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Reservoir Dogs (1992)
Maybe The best movie in 1990 - 1999 ever...
First of all,
I will start with the director who played mr.brown: Quentin Tarantino.
He is a Director who loves violence and splash-movies, and I must say he has succeeded to made this movie. This is his first movie, which is a low-budget-movie. But This movie is too good to be a low-budget-movie. If Reservoir Dogs had the same quality like as Pulp Fiction, could Tarantino and maybe, Harvey Keitel, Steve Buscemi, Chris Penn and Michael Madsen won a Oscar for this movie.
And the actors, I will start with Harvey Keitel.
Harvey Keitel, who is a very good actor, had a very good performance. He played Mr.White: A dude who thought Mr.Blonde or Someone else was behind "the police backup".
Tim Roth, who is a British-American, played mr.orange. I didn't liked him in this movie. HE was the one who shot Mr.Blonde.
Michael Madsen, Which is MY favourite actor in this movie, played Mr.Blonde and had a very very very goood performance. I liked him dance to the song "Stuck in the middle with you" and torture the cop. He was a stone-cold psycho in this movie. My favourite quote with him is: "Are you gonna bark all day, little doggy, or you gonna bite?"
Chris Penn, brother to Sean Penn and died two years ago, played Nice Guy Eddie. He loved to see him in this movie. He played Mr.Blonde's best friend. "They are just like brothers".
Steve Buscemi, who played Mr.Pink, had also a good performance.
Eddie Bunker, who played Mr.Blue, was the only actor who had a bad performance.
Lawrence Tierney, who played Joe Cabot, had a very good performance.
And Kirk Baltz, who played the Marvin Nash and was tortured by Mr.Blonde. Poor guy.
The Music was very good. There was songs like Little Green Bag, Stuck in the middle with you and Hooked on a feeling.
The story was very good. Tarantino is a master and a genius. to make violent movies.
Overall Rating to the actors:
Harvey Keitel: 10/10 Tim Roth: 7/10 Michael Madsen: 10/10 Chris Penn: 10/10 Steve Buscemi: 9/10 Eddie Bunker: 6/10 Quentin Tarantino: 9/10 Lawrence Tierney:9/10 Kirk Baltz: 10/10
Overall Rating to the Movie: 98/100