Plot[edit | edit source]

The film begins with six, NOT five, men in suits talking about Madonna. When one of them refuses to tip, they argue. Then some fat guy comes in and they all walk in slow motion past a wall.

Reservoir Dogs is a 1992 talk film by mentally unstable director Quentin Tarantino. Contrary to popular belief, the film is not a heist film, because it does not show any actual heist, just said bunch of people talking about a heist (and also Madonna, tipping, black people and just about any pointless conversation they can cram into it). Contrary to popular belief, the film only has three flashbacks. the rest of them are not flashbacks, it's just that all the scenes in the film are in the wrong order.

See Also[edit | edit source]

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Characters[edit | edit source]

Mr Pink: a fucking professional. The most unpopular member of the heist, everyone else disrespects him... Until he's the only one left alive at the end.

Mr White: don't call him an arsehole.

Mr Blonde: real name Michael Madsen. A violent psychopath who for some reason likes Soft Rock music. He often plays his favourite one while performing synchronised torture. He also doesn't like alarms.

Mr Orange: gets shot when trying to steal a car. Although he's the undercover policeman, he shoots and kills a woman.

Eddie Cabot: although he respects you, he'll put bullets through your fucking skull if you don't put the fucking gun down NOW. STOP POINTING THAT GUN AT HIS DAD!

Joe Cabot: organiser of the heist, he is some old guy. He's also Eddie's dad.

Marvin Nash: The policeman that Mr Blonde tortures while dancing to his favourite Soft Rock track.

Mr Brown: Quentin Tarantino's role in the film.

Mr Blue: based on real-life criminal Eddie Bunker, who is playing this character in the film. Mr Blue is barely even a character. People think there are five men, but there are six. He gets little screentime, and once he goes off-screen he's as dead as Dilinger.

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