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Movie Review: Reservoir Dogs

Details: Released in 1992. Directed by Quentin Tarantino. Stars Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen.

Reservoir Dogs is Tarantino’s first big movie before Pulp Fiction. Actually, Pulp Fiction is arguably Tarantino’s first big film, but a lot of people really like this one. 309 more words

Movies

Worse News: Diamond Carter Trailer!

We already talked to some length of our love of Kazahstani cinema.  From the long lost action of Blizhniy Boy with Kickboxer/ MMA fighter Cung Le… 117 more words

Trash Movies

Boarding Gate - Review

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My great admiration for Olivier Assayas’s films has only pushed me further to getting around to Boarding Gate in spite of its mixed reception after finding nothing but excellence in another fairly polarizing effort in his body of work, Demonlover. 781 more words

Film Reviews

Los odiosos ocho (2015), de Quentin Tarantino

Inmersos como estamos en una época en la que el cine de ficción (no así otras formas de cine..) se ha vuelto muy académico y predecible, y muy poco valiente o estimulante, salvo algunos títulos excepcionales y raros, la presencia de Quentin Tarantino dentro del cine estadounidense en el último cuarto de siglo ha representado, entre otras cosas, un soplo de subversión, frescura e ingenio. 1,111 more words

Críticas

A Movie A Day #19: Kill Me Again (1989, directed by John Dahl)

Fay Forrest (Joanne Whalley) and her boyfriend, Vince Miller (Michael Madsen), make their living stealing from the mob.  After their latest job results in the death of a made man, Fay decides that she needs to escape from the abusive Vince.   214 more words

Film

Reservoir Dogs (1992)

Dir. Quentin Tarantino. Starring Steve Buscemi, Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth

When I took a Faulkner class in college, we started with Flags in the Dust… 1,553 more words

Film

Just for the Waitresses

There are so many great things about Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino’s inaugural story of a bloody and ill-fated jewelry heist in early 1990s Los Angeles. The plot is straightforward enough, and Tarantino clearly pays loving homage to the his many inspirations throughout the movie, but what sets this apart is a sense of enthusiasm for a very particular mix of cultural literacy, meandering dialogue, bravado, violence and vulgarity that has since spawned many imitators. 619 more words