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January 21, 1992
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I chose Reservoir to be my 1000th movie watched. And I don't regret it.
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Brilliant film. Minimal and effective.
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One of those films that just sucks you in, effortlessly.
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Tarantino's best in my opinion
Why couldn't Tarantino make more of these kind of films? Pulp fiction and reservoir dogs were fantastic - Basterds and Django? Not so much. Hopefully Hateful eight will return to the same style
What's bad about Basterds and Django? They were great.
Second best ever debut film effort, behind Citizen Kane
I see Hateful Eight as a return to Tarantino's classic directing ways that he has shown the capability of in Reservoir and Pulp