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16. Reservoir Dogs (1992 – Quentin Tarantino)

This Tarantino classic was almost banned on its release in the 1990s, as many deemed it ‘morally questionable.’ It recounts the story of a spectacular heist without ever showing the deed itself but alluding to mind-play, incredible criminal strategy, and peculiar dynamics between characters. Starring icons such as Michael Madsen, this movie was severely underrated until the early 2000s when a new generation critics elevated it to the level it deserved; an iconic inspiration to later, lighter classics such as Ocean’s 11 or The Italian Job.


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