Reservoir Dogs (****)

It is hard to think that this movie came out in 1992, wow time flies. The first time I saw this movie it was thanks to my friend Biggie. It was sometime in 1996 and I remember it changing a lot about what I think about movies. This movie kind of introduced me to dialogue that was witty and made a movie flow.

Starring Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Chris Penn, Steve Buscemi, Lawrence Tierney, Randy Brooks, and Kirk Baltz. Quentin Tarantino’s debut cult classic chronicles a jewelry heist gone wrong. (Miramax Films)

If you have not watched this movie in a while rent it, is on DVD now and I have not laughed this hard in a while. The movie is just pure joy. I have liked Tarantino a lot more since he was instrumental in bringing Hero stateside. I hope that it keeps on opening the door for Asian films to get out here.

Besides the good dialogue, Reservoir dogs has a great story line and just awesome acting. Sometimes I wonder if Tarantino is just lucky that he can put that much talent in one room or if he is just that good of a director that he makes every actor seem that much better. So have you seen the movie? Do you enjoy it?

Logtar Rating System
* Don’t bother
**If there is nothing else in the video store
***Rent it for sure
****Go watch it in the theater today, or buy the DVD
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3 Responses to Reservoir Dogs (****)

  1. Uy hermano esta pelÝcula es genial, no me parece tan buena como Pulp Fiction, pero sigue siendo genial. íViva el buen cine!

  2. Not seen it…..does this make me a loser?

  3. Yeah. His movies are all winners. The dialogue is indeed razor sharp. It’s real – it’s like what you and a buddy would talk about, you know? And the frame story structure – stories within stories within stories – or stories that overlap or collide at just the right instant. Hell yeah. He is the god damn shit. The only thing – I’m not really into this Kill Bill stuff. The thing about modern day movies where there are sword fights – is – well – they have guns now.

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