Reservoir Dogs, a movie review

A movie review written by Lee Sonogan

1hr39mis (1992) Crime, Drama, Thriller

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This is by far the best movie I have ever seen. It has the perfect amount of mystery, suspense, comedy, action and witty dialogue. It also is not too short and not too long, in that it does not drag on with useless scenes. I feel that every bit of screen time is utilized to the max. NewandykeFreddie (IMDB – 10/10)

Quintin Tarantino’s first official movie remains relevant since the year released and I was born. With a mere budget of 1.2 million to work with, at the box office, it nearly made $3 million back in North America alone. Immensely you are drawn into the original style the infamous director produces and so unpredictable in comparison to anything else in these pure genres. A simply robbery going wrong has never been as good to memorable.

Reservior Dogs stars Harvey Keitel, Steve Buscemi, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Chris Penn, and Lawrence Tierney. With that young cast now having a long career in the acting field, each character has there own codenames leading to the dark comedy to ensue. Bleak because of the violent nature of performances that transpire upon the screen. The anthological dialogue plays an important part in how it all flows together!

I highly recommended it for fans of cinematography/90’s films plus those who are curious about it. It delivers as a heist being edgy to the point online reaction is either love it to critics stating how it is underrated. Overall I say there is plenty of rewatch value in this where I disagree with almost every rating it under 5 out of ten. Concluding with this classic has dated but definitely still holds up in my history of movies.


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