Reservoir Dogs

1992

Crime / Drama / Thriller

348
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 92%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 94%
IMDb Rating 8.3 10 809,398

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Cast

Quentin Tarantino as Director of Red Apple Cigarettes Commercial
Steve Buscemi as Test Tube
Tim Roth as Peter Edgar

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Tomas_buffay 10 / 10 / 10

You shoot me in a dream, you better wake up and apologize!

Tarantino's brutal debut film. From the original initial dialogue, to the final outcome, the director astonishes everyone and makes clear his style: anthological dialogues (pay attention to the discussion in the distribution of colors that will identify each gangster, hilarious) a breakthrough structure, very good soundtrack (as in all his films), great doses of violence (although not at all gratuitous, but rather ironic) and, above all, a lot of black humor. In addition to superb performances by Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Steve Buscemi and Chris Penn. In short, a great example of good noir cinema (with all its ingredients: shootings, violence, betrayal, suspense, etc.), but with the innovative and very personal touch of the brilliant director, who would later continue to dazzle with the wonderful "Pulp Fiction". Oh, and the scene from the beginning with "Little Green Bag" is legendary. 10/10

Reviewed by emrealtintas 10 / 10 / 10

The best first film

I think Reservoir Dogs is the best first movie. This movie is totally smell like Tarantino. Script is amazing, interesting and so funny. Characters are so original and unforgettable. I think Tarantino composed his genre in this movie. All actors are very good but Tim Roth's performance is so great. I love this film so much and I don't get bored to rewatch this crime masterpiece.

Reviewed by nbfcblog 10 / 10 / 10

Tarantino's Directorial Debut Remains A Stylish Masterpiece

Writer/director Quentin Tarantino explodes unto the cinematic landscape with his masterful directorial debut that quickly establishes all of his trademarks (profanity-laced poetic dialogue, pop culture references, black comedy, music juxtaposition, shocking moments of violence). Rarely do filmakers start off with a masterpiece but Tarantino directs this unconventional low-budget star-studded paranoid crime thriller like a seasoned pro. Both this and Pulp Fiction will always remain some of my favorite movies ever.

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