Six unacquainted professional criminals are brought together by a veteran thief to execute an intricately planned diamond robbery. View more >
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Four Perfect Killers. One Perfect Crime. Now All They Have To Fear Is Each Other.
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A bank heist that goes painfully bad. Sound like familiar territory? Yet Quentin Tarantino's "Reservoir Dogs" is still a shot of amazement, even six years after its original release. This is Tarantino's first film, his first concotion after sitting behind that video desk. And it is quite a shocker for a first effort, even greats like Stanley Kubrick, Paul Thomas Anderson and the Coen Brothersnever got it right the first time.
That's all I am going to say about it. The whole point of "Reservoir Dogs" is redemption, and the true horror of getting into situations far worse than imagined. All the people not watching this movie and instead grabbing the 31 minute soundtrack don't see that.
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"Reservior Dogs" is Quentin Tarantino's first feature film is a mixture of violence, bloodshed and humor. A group of crooks plotted to pull of a robbery with horrable conquences. Rent it with "Pulp Fiction" and make it into a double feature.
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