Reservoir Dogs (1992) Full Movie

Reservoir Dogs
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Reservoir Dogs (1992) : 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.

Title Reservoir Dogs (1992)
Release Date Sep 02, 1992
Genres ,
Production Company Live Entertainment, Dog Eat Dog Productions
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Chris Penn, Steve Buscemi, Lawrence Tierney, Randy Brooks, Kirk Baltz, Edward Bunker, Quentin Tarantino, Rich Turner
Plot Keywords traitor, jewelry, psychopath, thief, heist, betrayal, mystery, escape, gang, plan gone wrong, cult film, nonlinear timeline, warehouse, ensemble cast, told in flashback, heist gone wrong, foreshadowing, rendezvous, iconic, set in one room, uneasy alliance, rag tag group, shared universe
Mr. White / Larry Dimmick
Mr. White / Larry Dimmick
Harvey Keitel
Mr. Orange / Freddy Newandyke
Mr. Orange / Freddy Newandyke
Tim Roth
Mr. Blonde / Vic Vega
Mr. Blonde / Vic Vega
Michael Madsen
"Nice Guy" Eddie Cabot
Chris Penn
Mr. Pink
Mr. Pink
Steve Buscemi
Joe Cabot
Joe Cabot
Lawrence Tierney
Detective Holdaway
Detective Holdaway
Randy Brooks
Officer Marvin Nash
Officer Marvin Nash
Kirk Baltz
Mr. Blue
Mr. Blue
Edward Bunker
Mr. Brown
Mr. Brown
Quentin Tarantino
Sheriff #1
Sheriff #1
Rich Turner
Sheriff #2
Sheriff #2
David Steen
Sheriff #3
Sheriff #3
Tony Cosmo
Sheriff #4
Sheriff #4
Stevo Polyi
Teddy
Teddy
Michael Sottile
Shot Cop
Shot Cop
Robert Ruth
Young Cop
Young Cop
Lawrence Bender
Shocked Woman
Shocked Woman
Linda Kaye
Shot Woman
Shot Woman
Suzanne Celeste
K-Billy DJ (voice)
K-Billy DJ (voice)
Steven Wright
Background Radio Play (voice)
Background Radio Play (voice)
Laurie Lathem
Background Radio Play (voice)
Background Radio Play (voice)
Maria Strova
Background Radio Play (voice)
Background Radio Play (voice)
Burr Steers
Background Radio Play (voice)
Background Radio Play (voice)
Craig Hamann
Diner Patron (uncredited)
Diner Patron (uncredited)
Rowland Wafford

Reviews

  • talisencrw

    This unique take on the heist-film-gone-wrong was excellent--stylish and intelligently made, yet very funny and inexpensive. Tarantino's accolades from giving American cinema the resuscitation it needed mirrors what has happened, at least since the 70's, with Martin Scorsese's 'Mean Streets', both in terms of entertaining violence and usage of music in the scoring of films. I greatly thank Harvey Keitel for taking a chance on Tarantino back then--It paid off in spades.

  • Wuchak

    The cuss-oriented squabbles of lowlife crooks for 99 minutes (and no women) RELEASED IN 1992 and written/directed by Quentin Tarantino, "Reservoir Dogs” is a crime drama/thriller about a diamond heist gone disastrously wrong in Los Angeles wherein the surviving thugs bicker back-and-forth in a warehouse about which of their members is a police informant. The main thieves are played by Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Steve Buscemi, Michael Madsen and Chris Penn while Lawrence Tierney appears as the old salt mastermind. This was Tarantino’s first feature film, costing only $1,200,000, and it has quirky glimmerings of future greatness, as seen in “Pulp Fiction” (1994), “Jackie Brown” (1997), “Kill Bill” (2003/2004), “Inglourious Basterds” (2009) and “Django Unchained” (2012), but “Reservoir” didn’t work for me. It’s hampered by a low-budget vibe, which I can handle, but not the uninteresting lowlife characters, their self-made conundrum, their interminably dull dialogue and the one-dimensional setting where about 80% of the story takes place in an old warehouse, not to mention no females in the main cast. Still, it’s interesting to observe Tarantino’s first serious stab at filmmaking and it has its moments of genuine entertainment. It’s a lesson on humble beginnings, which shows potential while not being up to snuff. THE FILM RUNS 1 hour, 39 minutes and was shot in Los Angeles & Burbank. GRADE: C-