Reservoir Dogs for, I think, the second time - a Jacobean bloodbath about authenticity and loyalty that makes Pulp Fiction look like a big budget, peaceful walk in the park. If you hate Tarantino, you'll probably hate this but if you have any interest in his movies, then this is not to be missed and, if you just want to see a maybe brilliant kind of unpretentiously existentialist/nihilist atypical gangster flick set almost entirely in a warehouse, then it's worth a look. It has the same "complex thugs" and the same "how'd he get that cast?" and the same "fractured out of sequence narration" of Pulp Fiction but is more than just a practice run for it. PF is still the masterpiece in my book, but RD is good.