Check out this customer review of "Reservoir Dogs" from bn.com. How many grammatical mistakes can you find?
May 10, 2002
A first for Queintin Tarantino, back in '94. This film really distinguishes itself to what the title appeals to. Dogs proves that all the million dollar Hollywood styled movies still can't get passed simple story telling, by supplying humor and violence at the same time like this one. Humanistic and playful dialogue throughout the entire film raises it. While some might attack the violence as too graphic, Tarantino uses camera angles that don't always reveal to the audience, a whole picture. This angles make the audience assume the obvious, but instead boils with irony. The same style, chapter book momentum, is also clear in this film. New and inventive this movie is the barrier breaker, and neo-directorial display of an over seen talent. Sexual inuendos don't play any part in such a film, neither does the modern use of violence, just to further the story. So, if you want to watch something new, this hip, wildly tuned bunch of guys, should be able to keep you thinking, what dogs?
Posted by bisho023 at June 22, 2004 7:36 PM
Answer: none! This guy has reinvented the concept of language, so the concept of "mistake" does not apply. I am in awe. All my future writing will attempt to approximate the vacuous, self-negating paradox of this reviewer's style.