Crime • R • 1992 • 1 hr 39 min
Classic Tarantino with incredible dialogue. This film has style.
Quentin Tarantino's directorial debut is an amazing hit. This was also the first movie of his that I watched and absolutely love.
Nearly impossible to believe its someone’s first movie; Tarantino masters marrying complexity with simplicity in this bloody heist gone bad.
An incredible movie by Tarantino with a small budget. Simple yet complex all at the same time.
Tarantino's first. I usually like but not love his work. This fits the bill.
One of the best directorial debuts of all time.
Another Tarantino classic. A short but very good bank robbery movie
Outstanding dialogues, a balance between violence and comedy, non linear structure and memorable characters. Tarantino's trademark debut.
Some of the top bad boys of Hollywood. Tarentino's signature direction has excessive violent crime and profanity. 70's music.
This movie is amazing the is so so good I love the story and dialogue and the soundtrack the characters is what this movie does best at
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