The Reservoir Dogs Movie Page
Quentin Tarantino's first feature film was 1992's Reservoir Dogs. It tells the story of a diamond heist gone horribly wrong. It stars Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Chris Penn, Steve Buscemi, Lawrence Tierney, Michael Madsen, Quentin Tarantino, and Edward Bunker. The mysteriously weird movie title was apparently an "inside joke" inspired by a clumsy mispronunciation of Louis Malle's classic film Au Revoir les Enfants. The movie wowed audiences with Tarantino's now-legendary mix of unusual dialogue, violence, and non-linear storytelling.
Reservoir Dogs Trailer
This is the classic opening credits of Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino's first feature film. This is probably still his "coolest" movie. What he managed to accomplish with so little expense and experience is nothing short of god-like.
Opening Scene of Reservoir Dogs
Siskel and Ebert Review Reservoir Dogs
27 Things You Didn't Know About Reservoir Dogs
Shockingly, the very name Reservoir Dogs comes from a VHS movie rental client's mispronunciation of cinematic classic Louis Malle's, “Au revoir Les Enfants”. Tarantino laughed ... and the rest was cinematic history.
Who Killed Nice Guy Eddie in Reservoir Dogs?
"In the end of the movie Reservoir Dogs there is a shoot-out with no survivors.</b> However one person does not appear to get shot by anyone. Who shot him?"
Whatever Happened to Mr. Pink?
At the end of Reservoir Dogs, Mr. Pink seems to disappear out the door without a trace. All the other Dogs lie dead (or quickly dying) and only Mr. Pink escapes out the door. I had always assumed he gets away! Am I wrong? Please help!
Reservoir Dogs: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Top moments include: "Little Green Bag", "Stuck in the Middle with You", "Coconut", and a generous helping of comedic quotes from legendary Stephen Wright who plays radio DJ host (K-Billy's Super Sounds of the Seventies's Weekend).
Mr Blonde vs Mr White
Probably the best scene in the movie when Mr Blonde shows his true colors as the world's coolest psychopath.