Written December 06, 2012
It was really great to see this movie in a Theater. It is one of my all time favorites, and a timeless Classic. I was a little bored when they decided to run a 15 Minute Segment about the Making of the film, but I was stoked when they aired some select Previews from the 70's that Quentin Tarantino personally selected to be aired before this.
Written August 29, 2014
What an EXCELLENT DEBUT for a great director. The story line was great. The flashbacks to previous events were well done. The ACTING was superb, especially by HARVEY KEITEL and MICHAEL BUSCEMI (Spelling?). This movie is NOT for children. If you do not like GUN SHOT WOUNDS, BLOOD and SWEARING (Mucho F bombs)?, do not go. FINAL WORD: In most cases, CRIME DOES NOT PAY. You will either wind up dead or in prison.
Written December 07, 2012
Very good movie. This is Quentin Tarantino's directorial debut. This movie was a good look into the mind set of how Tarantino thinks. There are no other movies quite like this. While this movie is filled with blood, guts, & violence, Tarantino does an excellent job of developing the characters to the point that the plot shines and make the blood, guts, & violence bearable. Very good directorial debut. It was well worth bringing this back to the big screen.
Written December 20, 2014
Tarantino is a genius and Reserviour Dogs is a masterpiece! A great script and cast shot in interesting ways with great witty dialogue. This is a must see film!
Written July 31, 2014
I've seen Dogs literally 100 times. It's, in my opinion, one of the top 20 best films ever made. So no question you should watch it, if it's your cup of tea. It was an amazing experience, seeing the trailers for all of Quentin's films, then the three classic trailers that he hand picked for the show. The film looked great on the big screen! I've gone to see a lot of these special events. And a lot of them suffer from theaters putting them in, for last nights case, theater 14. This place has 14 screens, 1 being the best. They turned the lights down to about half when the movie started, I hate that. And it suffered from what I like to call, the "turn up the TV!" syndrome, I have my TV much louder than they had it, when I watch any film. And then, a little less than half way through the film, they turn the lights up, almost all the way! And it sounded like the blitz was happening outside of our theater. You could hear the sonic booms from the nextdoor film. Awesome show, bad presentation.