I’m a big fan of Quentin Tarantino’s work. Ever since Reservoir Dogs I was hooked. He was a breath of fresh air on the movie scene which was, at that point, struggling to define itself for the new decade. I consider both this movie and Pulp Fiction as two of the ’90s most important movies because of the seismic effect they had on the industry. The ’90s was a decade of great cultural change, and Tarantino was a big part of that. In 1997, I was fortunate enough to play the role of Mr. Pink in a stage production of Reservoir Dogs, and preparing for the role gave me an even greater appreciation for Tarantino’s ear for dialogue. It’s not real, but he sure makes it sound like it should be.
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