Tarantino's First is His Best
Reservoir Dogs is not your average heist movie. In fact, it's much more than a heist movie. It's an adrenaline fueled experience, the film equivalent to Cocaine. Rather than relying on slam-bang action sequences and flashy special effects, Tarantino uses dialogue to portray the intensity and uncertainty of a heist gone ...
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Coming into a Tarantino movie you should know what to expect. Lengthy diaologue scenes filled with scenes of extreme violence. And in no way does this film dissapoint. Most of the entire film takes place in a warehouse after a heist gone wrong (besides some flashback scenes) and never once ...
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When a dog looks for the rat.
Lets be honest, when a person sees a Tarantino film, he expects to see an extreme body count and ultra violence. Now close your browser and google Kill Bill. Now you’re on the right track. Reservoir Dogs, despite the violence is not a limb hacking movie ala his later ...
The before and after show
Reservoir Dogs is the first film of famous film director Quentin Tarantino . I first learned about this film from my father while watching the excellent film that is Pulp Fiction (also directed by Tarantino). He told me that is was a very violent, Gritty and Rough movie, This I thought ...
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Editor's Cut: The Mexican Standoff
Leone, Tarantino, and Jee-woon Kim showdown for the ultimate Mexican Standoff.
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