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    Reservoir Dogs Was Tarantino, the right director at the right time? Was he too talented not to be noticed? Tarantino was fortunate in one respect; his first film was embraced by cerebral critics as well as the national publicity machine starved for new heroes. In a few years, Tarantino evolved from an unemployed actor-writer working in a video store to the hottest American filmmaker. He has become a crucial figure, replacing Martin Scorsese as a role model for young indie directors. Like

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    Reservoir Dogs is a gangster movie with a difference. Instead of the gangsters being portrayed as slick professionals who always stay calm and collected, they are portrayed realistically. Reservoir Dogs is about a group of 5 professional thieves who attempt to rob a jewellery store. However, one of the team, Mr Orange (played by Tim Roth) is an undercover police officer. After the group enter the jewellery store and employee turns on an alarm and one of the men, Mr Blonde starts shooting the staff

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    Reservoir Dogs Gangsters, violence, murder and corruption !!!!! If these are some of the things that you're into, then this is your kind of movie. Be ready to watch it more than once to be sure to get all the movie has to offer because it jumps from subject to subject and can be a little confusing. The movie on the whole was really great. It was filled with some pretty gory scenes and extreme violent content, Tarantinos' trademark. The way he portrays the real life aspects of crime and violence

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    The movie is set within a short space of time (almost real time) in which we see Four of the Six active members of a jewelry heist gone wrong dealing with the repercussions of their crimes. Amongst them is Mr. Orange, or, Undercover Cop Freddy Newendyke, as he’s revealed to be toward the end of the movie. He is the Undercover Cop, The Rat that everyone is talking about. Orange single handedly destroys their operation and essentially Joe Cabot’s criminals-for-hire business seeing as he died by gunshot

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    Reservoir Dogs... The first time I saw Reservoir Dogs I knew it was something different (I didn?t see any Tarantino?s films before). It was the first time I payed more attention to the characters dialogue than to the visual appearance of the film itself The dialogues in Tarantino?s films are its more powerful resource. They both tells the story and sets the mood for it. I remember I was reading Stephen King?s ?The Dead Zone? when I got hold of Tarantino?s screenplay for Reservoir Dogs. I

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    "I don't give a fuck what you know or don't know, but I'm gonna torture you anyway, regardless. Not to get information. It's so amusing for me to torture a cop. All you can do is pray for a quick death, which you aint gonna get." Mr. Blonde in Reservoir Dogs, 1992 This guy was the most twisted and sickly perverted guy in the whole movie. He had no reservations about killing people. He was brutal. He loved torture and death. By his own admission he liked to see the peoples' expressions when they died

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    people are what one would call ‘particular’. They are no longer satisfied by the average Hollywood movie. They want something special, something that sets the film above others. But what exactly makes ‘Reservoir Dogs’ a cult film? 2. Tarantino In January of 1991 a film titled Reservoir Dogs (1992) hit the Sundance Film festival. The writer-director was a first-timer by the name of Quentin Tarantino. The film garnered critical acclaim and the director became a legend in the England, UK and

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    Originality Essay

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    What ever happened to originality anyway? Remember when every movie was unlike the last, when every book you read was a completely different experience, when every song didn’t song didn’t sound like an electronic mess? Nowadays, originality is nothing short of a rarity, people tend not to be as original simply because it’s a risk, specifically in the media. Media being television, movies, music, video games and books. The reason originality is a risk is because of sales and popularity, things that

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    rise of Taratino on the independent cinema Miramax changes how independent cinema evolves as a “genre” and marketing tool. Through each set of clips Reservoir Dogs (1992), Kids (1995), and Shakespeare in Love (1998) with editing and the ambiguity of narrative closure; in order to see the evolution of Miramax brand of “independent cinema”. Reservoir Dogs had an open interpretation within the plot within a certain point in the film. Within the clip it is showing a contrast between taking the police officer

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    Tarantino is good at using different artistic ways to shape his films. Both of the examples of ‘True Romance’ and ‘Reservoir Dogs’ could prove his skill doing that. As the screenplay of ‘True Romance’ says, ‘All the men stop what they are doing and look at Cliff, except for Tooth-pick Vic who doesn't speak English and so, isn't insulted.’ And after Cliff was killed, the

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