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True Romance
Tony Scott, 1993
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Reservoir Dogs
(1) Madonna's Like a Virgin. Mr. Brown thought the song was a metaphor for big dicks, while Mr. Blonde thought it was about a girl who was very vulnerable. (2) Because someone else was using the name Mr. Purple on another job. (3) "There's a shipment of polished stones coming in from Israel." (4) Mr. White suggested cutting off a finger or two if the manager refused to cooperate. The screams would have alerted the police before the first shots were fired if you take the alarm out of the equation. (5) Forward: K-A-R-I-N-A  Backwards: A-N-I-R-A-K

(6) He thought he was too homicidal to work with the cops. (7) A few coffins and a hearse (8) Because he was a psychopath and too unpredictabe
(9) The words that were over the archway in the warehouse; "Watch your head." (10) Nash remembered that he met Mr. Orange several months prior to the heist at a police function. He even remembered that his name was Freddy.


True Romance
It doesn't take a dealer to figure this one out. There's no way one person could grow $500,000 worth of coke,
"a little at a time," on a windowsill in an apartment.
The date is April 22nd, 2004. The site: New York City's Radio City Music Hall. Sixteen finalists are about to compete in the first annual Great American Rock Debate. Their fate will be in the hands of five celebrity judges (insert the names of your dream panel here)
The proceedings begin with the words, "ok boys and girls, you know the rules. You'll hear a song and then have five minutes to debate the meaning of it. The best argument wins. It's that simple. Are there any questions? None? Ok then, let's start the competition. Will Amanda Watkins and Jason Turner please step up to the mike." As the music begins, Amanda exclaims, "I thought this was an f-ing rock debate!" while Jason recalls the opening scene from one of his favorite movies. The same song, he remembers, was debated in Reservoir Dogs. "Coincidence," he wonders? He also wonders if he should reference Mr. Brown's (Quentin Tarantino) interpretation of the song during his argument. Name the song and tell us how it was interpreted in the film.

2. Mr. Pink (Steve Buscemi), for obvious reasons, wanted to change his name, but Joe (Lawrence Tierney) wouldn't let him. Why not?

3. Let's say that Mr. Brown arrived late for the team's first meeting. What answer would he have been given if he asked Joe, "Why that day," in regard to the date that was chosen for the heist?

4. This idea might not make much sense, but under the
During a routine traffic stop, a state trooper spots a stash of cocaine under the front seat of your car. What do you do? We can tell you what not to do. Don't give the officer two different answers when he asks you who it belongs to and/or how it got there. That's what Clarence (Christian Slater) did when Elliot (Bronson Pinchet) inquired about the stash he made off with in True Romance. Which one seemed less believable?
scenario we came up with a number of lives could have been saved if the manager of the jewelry store refused to cooperate. How is that possible, you ask? Well, think about it… If you need a hint, the answer can be found in the advice that was given to Mr. Orange (Tim Roth) prior to the heist.

5. This next question is for anyone who loves spelling bees. The answer we're looking for here is the name of the person who owned the wholesale diamond store. That should be easy, right? That's why the question doesn't end there. We'll give you the option of playing it safe and spelling the word for a point, or you can impress the heck out of us by spelling it backwards for three. One other thing, if you choose the former and get it wrong, you'll lose two points and whatever credibility you have as a risk taker.

6. Mr. Pink was convinced that the heist was a set up. There was no way the cops could have shown up as fast as they did, if it weren't. The only person he ruled out as a suspect was Mr. Blonde (Michael Madsen). Why?

7. The warehouse that was chosen as a rendezvous point was almost like a character in the film in that it appeared to outlive its
usefulness. The place looked like it had been closed for some time, but it wasn't completely empty. What was underneath the plastic drop cloths?

8. If Mr. White (Harvey Keitel) selected the team that was assembled, it wouldn't have included Mr. Blonde. Tell us why.

9. Much to the chagrin of gorehounds everywhere, the viewer didn't get to see the infamous ear-cutting scene as it was happening because the camera panned to the left and then up. What was shown instead?

10. Nash (Kirk Baltz) replied, "Yeah, I know" when Mr. Orange revealed his identity. How did he know that he was an undercover cop?
Quentin Tarantino, 1992