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Reservoir Dogs
The Screenplay
by Quentin Tarantino

Format: Paperback, 113 pages
Publisher: Grove Press
Pub. Date: June 7, 2000
ISBN: 0802136850
Dimensions: 5.53 × 0.44 × 8.3 inches

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Quentin Tarantino's films have single-handedly revived and redefined American cinema, bringing to Hollywood a new energy, irony, and cool. With their fearless humor, pop-culture sensibility, and edgy explorations into the violence of our culture, Tarantino's films have garnered him a devoted following among many critics, actors, and audiences and paved the way for a new generation of young filmmakers. Tarantino's directorial debut, Reservoir Dogs, the story of a heist gone wrong, hit the screen with a freshness and brutal edge that left critics and audiences stunned. The film weaves a taut and menacing path, laced with bursts of absurd and unexpected humor, as an eccentric cast of urban outlaws attempts to identify the rat in their midst. The film established the groundbreaking aesthetic—smart-ass, hard-edged, and ultraviolent—that made Tarantino one of the most sought-after directors in the nation and established him as the decade's freshest new talent.

"Reservoir Dogs leaves little doubt that you are in the presence of major league talent."
Newsweek

"The slick, ultraviolent, superbly acted 1992 crime caper brought new life and blood to the genre."
–Caryn James, The New York Times

"Quentin Tarantino [is] the poet laureate of Bad Boy Chic. His brassy debut as writer-director, Reservoir Dogs, brought so much spirited energy and enthusiasm to its blood-soaked violence that casually dismissing it couldn't be done."
–Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times

Quentin Tarantino wrote and directed Pulp Fiction, which received the Palme d'Or at Cannes, a Golden Globe and Academy Award for Best Screenplay, and seven other Academy Award nominations. He also wrote and directed the critical and audience favorite Jackie Brown, and wrote the original screenplays for True Romance, directed by Tony Scott, and Natural Born Killers, adapted and directed by Oliver Stone.

Product Details

Format: Paperback, 113 pages
Publisher: Grove Press
Pub. Date: June 7, 2000
ISBN: 0802136850
Dimensions: 5.53 × 0.44 × 8.3 inches

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