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Rolling Stone - Peter Travers (10/29/1992)
Sight and Sound - Kim Newman (01/01/1993)
New York Times - Vincent Canby (10/30/1992)
Uncut - Kevin Maher (07/01/2004)
Los Angeles Times - Kenneth Turan (10/30/1992)
Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert (10/30/1992)
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- samuelharris199...May 1, 2015by
Awesome gangster movie since American Gangster and Gangster Squad. A 10!
Such an amazing gangster movie much like the Gangster Squad and American Gangster. For those who are interested in gangster movies, I'd recommend this.
- satchiel69Apr 11, 2014by
wouldn't play in my boombox cd player WTH
seriously ?<br>people come to ebay to read reviews about these products ?<br>isn't that like going to the bakery and asking what kind of cut of beef is best ?<br>i think i'll go to the ymca and get their opinion on a book i want to read.<br>hey lets go to the movies i better go online to a sporting news site to find out what is good.<br>i made a bet on this yrs super bowl. went down to the preschool to find out what the spread was and who they thought was best.<br>well enough on this review i need to stop at hardware store for some sandpaper cause i gotta take a crap.<br><br>enjoy the movie y'all christoph waltz was great and tarantino one of the top 2 story tellers and directors of our generation.
- drose73Sep 21, 2011by
Raw, raunchy, bloody - but good!
Great movie by Quentin Tarantino! Full of foul language and blood with a particularly gruesome act involving an ear...but worth every minute wasted!
- gwnightscreamSep 11, 2013by
"One Of Tarantino's Best!"
Harvey Keitel, Michael Madsen & more star<br>in Quentin Tarantino's 1992 crime thriller.<br>A group of men pull off a jewelry heist<br>and learn that one of them may be a cop.<br>This is one of Tarantino's best with<br>a cool cast. This Blu-ray has nice<br>picture and sound, but not many<br>extras. I still recommend this.
- aaronchapmanDec 18, 2010by
This movie goes in ear and out the... well, you get it.
Here's Tarantino's culture shaking debut--back when he was a new filmmaker on the scene. For many, this is still a high water mark--before all the stereotypical QT Hallmarks became so evident (the cool people in cool places, dialogue that doesn't advance the plot, jump cuts and time shifting)<br>Here, Tarantino's style was all still quite new, and this Blue Ray transfer looks good. The infamous ear scene after all these years isn't as brutal as it was in 1992, but the scene and the rest of the film still packs a heavy punch--though one is given to laugh at Nice Guy Eddie's cell phone.<br>We might as well be in the 70's with Lee Marvin again, and that's the fun. This Blue Ray disc deducts one star as not all the Extras featured in the standard def collectors 2-disc edition are found here. The deleted scenes merited deleting.<br>Maybe that's to be expected in the 20th anniversary edition!?Read full review