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Who Do You Think You're Fooling? (1994)

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A comparison of the films Reservoir Dogs and City on Fire, claiming Quentin Tarantino borrowed many elements of City on Fire without giving proper credit.

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Mike White goes after Quentin Tarantino again in this sequel of "Who Do You Think You're Fooling?". In this follow-up, Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction" is the analyzed object and this time White ... See full summary »

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A comparison of the films Reservoir Dogs and City on Fire, claiming Quentin Tarantino borrowed many elements of City on Fire without giving proper credit.

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The Story Of A Robbery


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Directed by Ringo Lam and again by Quentin Tarantino See more »

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Followed by You're Still Not Fooling Anybody (1997) See more »

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Well I just saw it and all i have to say is: You are one sad little boy, Mike.
23 December 2005 | by (Norway) – See all my reviews

OK so maybe Tarantino took two scenes and a few shots out of City on Fire and put it in his movie. WHO THE HELL CARES??? All of Mike's arguments a so so justified except for one in which he compared Mr. Orange getting shot with Ko Chow (the cop in City on Fire) getting shot in the belly. That was completely taken out of context and it made the movie lose its credibility. One thing i did like about it though was an added song that was put in during the car chase in City on Fire. I have seen both Reservoir Dogs and City on Fire so I am able to make an informed opinion about this. And my opinion is as follows.

Get a life, Mike White!


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