Reservoir Dogs

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Reservoir Dogs

Reservoir Dogs

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Tarantino's powerful homage/reworking of the heist-gone-wrong thriller - stealing ideas from Kubrick's The Killing and Scorsese's Mean Streets, among others - is probably the final word (or frame) on the subject. A bunch of colour-coded crooks (Mr White, Mr Pink, etc), previously unknown to each other, chosen and named by ageing capo Joe Cabot (Tierney) and his son Nice Guy Eddie (Penn), execute a jewellery robbery. The job done, the getaway fucked up, they reassemble at a warehouse to get what's coming to them. Tarantino engineers their demise from the interaction of their character flaws - there is certainly no honour among these talkative thieves - with the inexorable logic of a chess grandmaster. Despite the clockwork theatrical dynamics - most of the action is restricted to the warehouse - the film packs a massive punch. It's violent, intelligent, well written (by Tarantino) and acted (Buscemi, Roth and Penn take the prizes). A tour de force.
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1991

Duration:

99 mins

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Magmabulle

Qutentin Tarantino's best movie, brilliant acting, brilliant dialogue and surprisingly suspense considering the fact that most of the movie takes place in a warehouse.

Magmabulle

Qutentin Tarantino's best movie, brilliant acting, brilliant dialogue and surprisingly suspense considering the fact that most of the movie takes place in a warehouse.