Samuel L. Jackson Goes Full 'Pulp Fiction' While Narrating Facebook Rants

With great vengeance and furious anger.

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Actor Samuel L. Jackson joined Jimmy Fallon on Friday night to promote his upcoming blockbuster Kong: Skull Island. As the two shared hilarious anecdotes, the pair took the time to read out Facebook comments with great vengeance and furious anger. Take a look at the video above as Jackson goes off on Girl Scout cookies, Pop-Tarts and Walgreens.

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