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06/27/2016 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Pink

Our Daily Free Stream: quentin Tarantino - Reservoir Dogs. Tarantino beginnt mit dem Dreh an Kill Bill 3! Deshalb gibts heut seinen Erstling. - Quentin Tarantino war einer der talentiertesten Autoren der frühen 90er. Reservoir Dogs schliesslich seine erste eigene Regie-Arbeit, die wie eine Stilübung daherkommt. Wer Reservoir Dogs sieht, möchte meinen: Nicht schlecht und als nächstes mal einen richtig guten Film! Reservoir Dogs bietet einen Besetzungs-Coup! Angeführt von Lawrence Tierney, der nicht nur im Film gerade aus dem Knast kommt. Vermutlich klingt er deshalb so authentisch! Tierney gibt Joe Cabot, einen Gangster, der ein Team für einen Raubüberfall zusammengestellt hat. Der Schlüssel zum Erfolg: Niemand kennt den Anderen und deshalb nennen sie sich Mr. White, Mr. Blonde oder Mr. Or...

 

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11/08/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

One of the best of all time!

One thing this Tarantino classic is brilliant for is the script alone. Tarantino is by far the best in the business when it comes to on screen charectors and written dialogue! Reservoir Dogs is excellent proof of that and is one of the best casted movies that i can remember in a long time. Chris Penn (rip) who i thought wasn't that great of an actor during his short lived career, however he was brilliant as well. If you have never seen any of Tarantino's work, then i definatly suggest starting here as it will only leave you either wanting more or not. You see you either love Quentin or you dont their doesnt seem to be any inbetween. I myself before seeing this for the first time (RD was my very first Tarantino film ) did not like to sit through films that were heavy in dialogue as i fo...

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05/19/2012 (1 of 1 found this helpful)

"Reservoir Dogs" by Yojimbo

At the beginning of the nineties, Kurt Cobain and Nirvana looked in disgust at the formulaic, soulless lumbering cash cow guitar music had become and using cues from grittier, purer classics of the past singlehandedly swept away the self serving excesses of the genre and revolutionised it forever. Quentin Tarantino did exactly the same thing with cinematic crime drama. He examined the logistics of both being an undercover cop and planning a heist and introduced believable characters who spoke like real people; they weren't just posturing stereotypes punctuating another set of pointless explosions and car chases. He created an ensemble cast of actors for their charisma and ability, not their box office drawing power. He scored it with wit using obscure music from the past that complimented...

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02/11/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Reservoir Dogs review

A character driven crime flick that is enjoyable for repeat viewings. Mr. Blonde (Michael Madsen), Mr. Blue (Eddie Bunker), Mr. Brown (Quentin Tarantino), Mr. Orange (Tim Roth), Mr. Pink (Steve Buscemi), and Mr. White (Harvey Keitel). They are guided by Joe Cabot (Lawrence Tierney) and his son, "Nice Guy" Eddie (Chris Penn) plan on pilfering a diamond planned by Joe. Mr. White is with Mr. Orange who was shot. Mr. Blonde captures an officer named Marvin Nash (Kirk Baltz) and tortures him when the heist had gone haywire.

Screenplay was impressive with the following lines: Mr. Pink – “I don't tip because society says I have to. Alright, I tip when somebody really deserves a tip. If they put forth an effort, I'll give them something extra. But I mean, this tipping automatically, that'...

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11/03/2010 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Ever listen to K. Billy's Super Sounds of the 70s?

In 1992, American cinema was introduced to a man who's name would become sononomous with the world of filmmaking. This man was Quentin Tarantino and "Reservoir Dogs" is the land mark film that put this talented filmmaker on the map.

The film follows a group of professional thieves. They don't know each other's backgrounds or real names. They only refer to one another by colors, with names such as Mr. Blonde, Mr. White, Mr. Pink, etc. One day, one of their heists go horribly wrong and one of them is shot. The attack was a set up. One of them is rat. Only question is...who is it?

What stands out the most in the film is the clever and engaging dialogue. The conversations in the film are all very interesting and fun to watch. On top of that, the scenes with dialogue never drag. Each c...

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10/04/2009 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

An ear for an Ear?? Quentin's 1st Masterpiece!

First of all, anyone who says this movie is dull, boring, too violent or what ever else people like to say about RESERVOIR DOGS, needs to sit down and watch it again uninterrupted.. This is definitely one of the best films made in recent memory and the film that alerted Hollywood to the writing and directing talents of Quentin Tarantino. Superbly acted throughout by all the cast especially Steve Buscemi and Micheal Madsen and with instantly quotable dialogue, this film really is happy relief from all the effects bloated, studio films that the cinema is full of these days.The extra special thing about the dialogue in this film is how real it is. The characters are like average people you would see around on the street and they talk about average things like tipping or the real meaning behi...

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08/06/2008 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Solid Screenplay

This film is difficult not to admire because it’s spot-on in many levels. The acting is incendiary, the characters are interesting, there are a number of extremely memorable scenes, and the dialogue is brilliant. The only thing that hindered this film from becoming a personal favourite is that it did contain scenes that were a bit saggy, not to mention that abrupt ending. With a little more time to helm those problem scenes, I would be perfectly happy. My favourite character is hands down Mr. Blonde, played by Michael Madsen, because he’s that strong silent type that hides his monsterous personality and inclinations. Madsen completely embodied his character and he was a joy to watch. As for its script, it never ceased to entertain because references are all over the place. Often, the dial...

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3/4 

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