Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Chris Penn
Quentin Tarantino (Director), Quentin Tarantino (Writer), Roger Avary (Writer)
Release: Sep. 2nd, 1992
Runtime: 1 hour, 39 minutes
A botched robbery indicates a police informant, and the pressure mounts in the aftermath at a warehouse. Crime begets violence as the survivors -- veteran Mr. White, newcomer Mr. Orange, psychopathic parolee Mr. Blonde, bickering weasel Mr. Pink and Nice Guy Eddie -- unravel.
If someone asked me to say which was better between the two films I really could not answer the question. At least not a very good answer. There are some elements of Dogs that are far superior to to F...
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Everyone becomes paranoid and uncertain and while learning more about the heist's preperation and all the different characters via flash-backs and cool dialogues, the film slowly builds up to a climax, while still being extremely energetic during the whole ride thanks to Tarantino's bold directing.
Often it is debated what Tarantino's best film is between Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction (and even a few of his other films) and while I love both I think I'd give the edge to Reservoir Dogs simply because I think it's a more tightly written story.