Quentin Tarantino in 'Reservoir Dogs' Term Paper by Peter Pen

Quentin Tarantino in 'Reservoir Dogs'
A review of the life and career of Quentin Tarantino.
# 75062 | 1,850 words | 9 sources | MLA | 2006
Published on Nov 23, 2006 in Film (Artist) , Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.)

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This paper reviews the history of Quentin Tarantino, looking at his background and the path he travelled to get to where he is today. This paper also reviews his acting career and the movies in which he appeared and directed, with special focus on 'Reservoir Dogs'.

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"Tarantino spent his days watching and discussing movies with customers and friends. Quentin began to write scripts during his spare time. One of Quentin's first scripts was for the film "Natural Born Killers," but he sold it to Oliver Stone. The script was rewritten into an almost completely new piece and Stone recognized Tarantino with only a small writing credit for the film. Quentin sold his first screenplay, "True Romance," for thirty-thousand dollars and used the cash to finance his next film, Reservoir Dogs. Reservoir Dogs was the film that sparked Quentin's career as a distinguished director. Reservoir Dogs was a big hit at the 1992 Sundance Festival. Consequently, Tarantino gained fans and praises from film reviewers. In contrast, however, he also gained a considerable amount of critics."

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