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1 week ago Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction share one minor character who made way for the best recurring actor gag in Tarantino's movie universe. By Adrienne Tyler...
3 weeks ago As for the characters, I can't really complain. I will concede that there is really not a lot of character development in this movie, but it really didn't seem to matter. It...
1 week ago The actors' names appear over closeups shots of their characters, then the movie's title scrolls past a wide shot of the group. 9 Pulp Fiction: “Misirlou” By Dick Dale.
3 weeks ago ... its peculiar characters, and helped establish some actors as Tarantino favorites, ... The next movie on the list of most kills is Reservoir Dogs with 11 deaths,...
1 month ago As would become the trend with Tarantino's movies, Reservoir Dogs is filled with deplorable characters, some who are easy to hate and others who somehow...
1 week ago The difference between the opening scenes of Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction is that the latter ends with the characters pulling out guns and sticking up the...
4 days ago ... began in 1992 with the crime movie Reservoir Dogs, and while it was well-received, ... Pulp Fiction follows different characters in different segments and in a...
1 month ago Like in Reservoir Dogs, all the characters in Akudama Drive go by nicknames, but rather than colors, here it's everyone's job: brawler, swindler, hacker, cutthroat,...
2 weeks ago Christopher Nolan recently chose to not name his main character in Tenet. ... 1992's Reservoir Dogs saw the protagonists given nicknames like Mr. White and...
2 weeks ago ... Vic Vega, a character from Tarantino's 1992 debut feature Reservoir Dogs. Entitled Double V Vega, the prequel was to explore Vincent's time in Amersterdam...