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Reservoir Dogs 
Ever listen to K. Billy's Super Sounds of the 70s?
4/4 stars

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 conversation between the characters is enjoyable and keeps you glued to the screen.

Although the dialogue made the movie famous, it was the violence that made the film infamous. The is one of the most violent movies in existence. One of the most disturbing scenes in the film is the infamous "ear scene" in which Mr. Blonde (my favorite character) nearly drowns a cop in gasoline while dancing to "Stuck in the Middle With You." He then proceeds to cut off the cop's ear. I won't tell how the scene completely plays out. You have to see it for your self.

"Reservoir Dogs" is a truely landmark movie among all independent films and has certainly stood the test of time, spawning spoofs, tributes, and flat out rip offs. It inspired a generation of indy filmmakers and will remain a classic from here on end.


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