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Reservoir Dogs (1992)
Fantastic cast, and directing.
I was intrigued by the relatively high rating for such a mediocre-sounding plot, but once I started watching, I couldn't have been more pleasantly surprised. The cast was what instantly sold me on this one - with movie greats like Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, and a very intimidating performance by Lawrence Tierney, this movie's attention to the characters, is what truly makes it great. Tarantino's legendary directing guides this film through, what could have been, monotonous scenes with ease. The 7- something minute opening scene was one of my favorites, masterfully capturing the quirky relationship that each of the men were forced into. One of my absolute favorites.
A flawless movie!
The fact that I can repeatedly sit through a film that is over 3.5 hours long and still be fully entertained is somewhat of a wonder to me. There are some movies that I cringe my way through, or am so bored that I check the time and can't wait for it to be over, but not the LOTR. This movie perfectly captures the world that Tolkien created by combining several flawless elements that work to make this one of the best movies ever made. The acting, cast, CGI, wardrobe, and general attention to the simplest of details are what makes this a truly magical movie. From the mountain of books in the background of Bilbo's study, to the rust and grime on the armor of the Orc berserkers, it's the painstaking attention to detail that makes this movie endlessly re-watchable, and timelessly beautiful.