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QUENTIN TARANTINO - THE STORY |Volume 1 (Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown)

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Who has compared "Reservoir Dogs" to "Leprechaun"? What are "Open Road" and "New World Disorder"? Why Harvey Keitel is a fairy and how we all almost became fans of Paul Calderon? Today, Quentin Tarantino is the hero of Okolo Kino.

Here's a story about Quentin Tarantino. Who he is and thanks to what, we know him, I think, there is no need to remind.

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Top notch production quality. Keep it up! :)

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I enjoyed this looking forward to part 2.!

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Tom Antos

Great job on this documentary!

Tarantino O'Connor

Thanks for this documentary, very well put together and interesting to know a bit more about where my name came from! Looking forward to more!

Pavel Chegovets

Ааааа i like it. ??


Почему так часто пропадаешь?

JK-47 '

Quentin revives Travolta’s career and threw Clooney to stardom. Incredible! ????

Ростислав Гоца

Very cool work! Thanks to the author??

Anna Serenity

R u ready for a good time?? Let's go!

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Gabe Perez

Great editing and graphics...

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The best hour of the day

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Как всегда топ!

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I love how this has been released at the same time I've been binge watching grindhouse movies over lockdown. Great channel ?

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Quentin Tarantino interview (Director/Writer) - Reservoir Dogs (1992)

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Nicola Pezzolla

The title is an homage at the movies Straw Dogs and Rabid Dogs

Chau_che ALM

coca a pleno


I admire the cajones on this guy, he went after what he wanted early on and didn't look back.

Neai Tuppi

17:05 He was wrong about that. Reservoir Dogs actually didn't get as good reviews as Pulp fiction. Initially. And people that hadn't seen Reservoir dogs, went to see it after Pulp fiction. I saw it after Pulp.

Is Ard

what a great person, he sould do more films, maybe he can get a career aout of it.

Charles J Gartner

7:43 quentin would have made it big eventually... but what I'm taking from this story is: Harvey Keitel made res. dogs go from some kids making an indie movie, to some kids making an actual movie. Steve fucking Busciemi wouldn't have been in the film if keitel didn't fly them to new york. They apparently had ZERO money. And Lawrence Bender was just a dude quentin knew from acting class?? The whole tale is pretty crazy. (quentin did have true romance which he had sold, so there was that... but Keitel seems pretty important in Tarantino's career.)

Christian David

if that camera was off, he'd be whooping your ass up and down the street

Joris W

LOL the last bit is the best. "I can buy almost anything I want and it's ALL written off at the end of the year!"


I heard that the name "Reservoir dogs" comes from a client at his old video store asking for a french film. "Aurevoir les anfants" and mis pronouncing it so much it sounded like Reservoir dogs and him liking that, not sure if that is true.


He acts like he's coked out of his mind

Terror Billy

That Jewish shirt from the concentration camp

Michael Skubic

I love how much he loves movies. True enthusiasm.


Any possible question one would have for Quentin about his films, he would have an answer ready to go. No one thinks about their craft like he does.

Tenn is Life

I am a hero!

Jack Smith

...its City on Fire re cast and re shot with a western cast and a 70's soundtrack

Анастасия Овсянникова

3:42 he says about Mr. Orange, doesn't he?)

Jakub Garbacz

His new movie SUCKS big time...

Stanley Shady

so he DOES have an answer for whats in the Pulp Fiction briefcase

Oxford Ct

16:44 I think he swapped Pulp and Jackie

can yildiz

Reservoir dogs is, i think, still his best film to date (though I would say OUATIH is his greatest achievement), but I wish he would be honest about his blatant inspirations ragther tban tryimg to rip off as the idea of virtuosity that concieved the film

NCR Trooper

Wow Reservoir Dogs was so cool, can't wait for his next film.


"for you history watchers and you'll watch this back 4 years from now, 3 years, whatever"

How about 28 years? :')

George Bryant

Confidence lol

Dylan Foutch

This must have been before pulp fiction

funny apple

I like his impressions of Harvey and Tim.

Lefteris Beck

A grand film debut by the great Mr. Quentin Tarantino. From its opening scene, the dialogue is top notch. As they walk out of the restaurant and the opening credits begin, I knew the film will be terrific. At times, they are joking and just enjoying the day, but then get struck with an unexpected turn and challenge. I was always guessing what will happen next? Trusting the wrong person and being faced with betrayal can lead to tragedy. Its narration, dialogue and great camera movements are very well done!


This guy seems like he might make it big in movies idk tho guess we'll just have to see

Aidan Weller

First time I've hear Jesus Louise


He looks insane in this.
That's how you know he's real.

Devon Hayes

Why are a bunch of guys saying he is a bad actor? I thought he was actually pretty good in all of his little roles. The guy studied acting for like 6 years!!!

Born Yesterday

First 30 seconds spoils Reservoir Dogs

Brooks Gasser

Tarantino's Harvey Keitel sounds like Larry David's George Steinbrenner

Cream Cannon

Imagine a version of NBK that Quentin got to direct. I wouldn't want to live without Oliver's version, but I just wonder what Quentin saw when he wrote it.


@21:27 Michael Parks, fine, but Andre Who?


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Jeffrey Macesin

God I love this man

Eisley Welsch

well he couldn’t have been any more wrong about them undervaluing his second film aha

Not Welsh But Live In Wales

It takes the British to get the best out of him. lol What a good interview...

Gene Chung

Reservoir Dogs meant soldiers in a group who sniff out rats in the Sewers, at least to me.

P.S. I liked Quentin as a person more when he was young and humble at the beginning of his career than now but he still makes amazing movies .


Back before he became constitutionally arrogant.


-"I know my shit."

Zecão Alfredo

16:54, lol he didn't have a fucking clue.


20:18 I just realized that there is plenty of people out there, very much alive today, that rented videos from Tarantino maybe on a day by day “routine”. Can you imagine?

Matthew Gabbard

Yeah that next film, what was it again? Kinda obscure

john meye

Cool guy?

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After his first 2 films he just recycled other people's ideas and/or made trash

Jan Macek

cocaine decision ))))))))))))

George Bryant


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Cream Cannon

Reservoir Dogs is just a hardcore game of Clue

A Guy

16:50 Goes on to make one of the most popular movies in history as his 2nd film lol

Dragon Soul

Harvey Keitel had role in both Scorsese (lead) and Tarantino's first feature films.

Gemini Lady

"You'll watch this back 4 years from now, 3 years... whatever."

Us, here, almost 30 years later.


He should make a film

Samurai Soul

I remember seeing this when I was 14 it literally blew my mind . He’s a treasure. Eccentric genius .

George Bryant

The whole co-conspirator thing cracked me up hahaha

Jake Keating

It never occurred to me that in one year, the movie-going public was exposed to the dialogue of both Quentin Tarantino AND Aaron Sorkin. Imagine 1992 through that lens.

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Resevoir Dogs means a group of criminals or tough guys. That's my opinion on the meaning of the title.

Nav1 PI

Autism spectrum?

Johnny Angel

I can't believe that people didnt get the punch line;notice.how the stick up men are dressed!What the watehouse is?What happens at the end? to all but one character ?They were dressed.like pall bearers who met at a.funeral home with coffins there.They all went to their own funeral!


Still my favourite of Tarantino's films, although I love all of them almost equally


the interviewer is not matching tarentino's energy at all lol


Do is not look like he's on coke.

almond avocado

Damm this interview makes Harvey Kietel a genius

Jock Doubleday

"Reservoir Dogs" is the only movie I have ever walked out of. Minute 20. Really like his other films, though. Except, of course, "Notes for a Screenplay," aka, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood."

Vivek Kumar

Man hai.... Harmfull .. fools

George Bryant

'Rubbish' -- classic. Also, how wrong he was...

Max Dembo

The coolest geek ever


They undervalued his third film. His second film is the stuff of Legends.

George Bryant

Back to singles now

I'm Charming

I wonder if he got drinks with Harvey Weinstein after this.


He's kinda hot in this interview.

Lord Dan Gorenstein

00:00 What is a Reservoire Dog?
01:50 What is the story about?
03:23 Who is the hero and why?
05:17 How did Harvey Keitel become involved?
08:14 How did you Code toll cast Tim Roth?
11:11 What is the reason behind the black suites and the 70s music?
15:26 Did you think it is dangerous having a hit so early in your career?
17:13 How did the film perform at the box office?
20:05 What inspired the idea for the film (experiences of working in a video store)
22:47 How did you start off in the industry?
24:27 What do you do in your personal life?

Killer in the woods

This is my favorite interview. I could listen to this guy talk for hours on end!


I like thin Tarantino. He is cute


Boy look how young he was here

Michael Exman

like junkyard dogs with water!!!

Pascal Cooper

Where was the guy that should have kicking this dude's ass in junior high. Did he even stay in school that long?

Ben Wherlock

He reminds me of Mike Patton (Faith No More) in this video!

Blackwood Films

Margot Robbie was 2 years old


This guy has a different haircut in every interview


Tarantino seems like he'd be a great film teacher

Charles J Gartner

16:44 LOL... cue Pulp Fiction.

Bingo_Chuck 1918

He looks like Mr Brown


Jesus, from 15:22 to 15:23, he just looks really, really OFF. You can really see the sociopath...

Meraxes Rex

reservoir means tank. tanks of blood bleeding throughout the whole movie.


"This is the big american film from America"

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Did you lube up yet, Patrick??? Your asshole has a date with a dirty old broomstick, so you KNOW you need that butter... It's so cool that you have so much money, Patrick. You're welcome, Patrick. I am paying close attention to you, Patrick...

wet hole

Turns out they undervalued his third film instead

Gabriel Calin

For me mr Tarantino is the best

Dylan Thrillmour

Quentin seemed to stop ageing mentally at 14. He’s still the same.

Jared Wignall

Guess Eddie Bunker isn’t a Reservoir Dog, since Quentin left his name out when mentioning what a reservoir dog is. I oddly find Mr. Blue to be sort of an interesting character, where he has few lines and his presence is minimal, yet for some reason the character is quite intriguing due to not spending a lot of time with the character in the film. I know they were supposed to film a scene where we saw Mr. Blue’s death, but due to budgetary reasons they weren’t able to shoot it.

Kaden Nemec

You can tell he didn’t know he was going to write pulp fiction

Nils Elmquist

Quentin Tarantino. Sporting a unibrow, beard and long hair.

Dude looks like a caveman.

Peter Grundy

Brilliant black comedy


15:29 Do you think it is dangerous having a hit so early in your career. Yeah it was really hard for him after that one.

Brian Higgins

He's just as excited about his shelves at Video Archives, as he is about Reservoir Dogs performing well in Europe.

Eliot Stevenson


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Reservoir Dogs, by Quentin Tarantino (1992) - Opening scene

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Reservoir Dogs is a 1992 American crime thriller film and the feature-length debut of writer and director Quentin Tarantino. It features Harvey Keitel, Michael Madsen, Steve Buscemi, Chris Penn, Lawrence Tierney, Tim Roth, Tarantino, and criminal-turned-author Edward Bunker as members of a botched diamond heist. The film depicts the events before and after the heist. Kirk Baltz, Randy Brooks and Steven Wright also play supporting roles. It incorporates many themes that have become Tarantino's hallmarks: violent crime, pop culture references, profanity, and nonlinear storytelling.

Reservoir Dogs est un film américain écrit et réalisé par Quentin Tarantino et sorti en 1992. Il décrit une bande de truands et les événements qui surviennent avant et après un braquage raté. Première réalisation de Tarantino, ce film indépendant compte notamment Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen et Steve Buscemi dans sa distribution et introduit dans ses thèmes et son esthétique ce qui deviendra la marque de fabrique de Tarantino : dialogues stylisés, narration non linéaire, références à la pop culture, violence et langage vulgaire.

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Un commentaire ? Une anecdote ? Un souvenir ?

The Shrimpy Tomato

So Underated

Leviticus Cornwall

I’m about to be a waiter at a restaurant. Before each shift I’m gonna tell myself “serve so well that even Mr.Pink would leave a tip”

Blake Kooiman

Quentin makes great movies.

Maria Emilia

La apoteosis de lo cool


$1 in 1992 is about $2 in 2019 money. The tip would end up being $16 which is actually pretty shit considering she would have had to wait on all 8 of them.

Dickless Douch

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Joseph Dugan

Good Fellas meets The Breakfast Club.

Ariel Coca

What’s that????

Lara Santiago

Toby wong
Toby wong
Toby wong
Toby Chun
Fucking Charlie Chan

Iron Phoenix

That assessment of the song "Like a Virgin" Was how Tipper Gore and PMRC operated back in the 1980s . They would use their subjective opinions on what they thought the lyrics of a song meant and then use that subjective opinion to try and get a song or a musical artist banned. Or use it to slander the artists name. They were truly a bunch of assholes.

Jaime Perez

That fucking song Jackie Blue I thought ? it was a woman singing ?


I totally agree with Steve Buscemi

Marcelo Decon

You don't remember "True Blue?"
That was a big ass hit for Madonna.
Shit, I don't even follow this Tops
In Pops shit, and I've at least
heard of "True Blue".


Germán Moreno

I need a cigarette, and I don’t even smoke

Zack Cross

This whole scene is amazing. These guys are (with the exception of Mr. Orange) hardened criminals and yet they come off as regular guys. Talking about music, with all its meanings and the nostalgia that comes with it. It also shows that they have some form of respect for the working man. How many movies can you name that do either of those things that aren’t Tarantino movies.


1:24 lmao Mr Pink's face

He doesn't seem to like Brown's...



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El Grande

He made a good point about tipping. Its a bullshit ritual.

Marcus Vincent

never mind what you NORMALLY would do :D

Matt Vivian

In Tarantino and Edgar Wright's commentary of Hot Fuzz, he mentions how in the last shot of this scene, he's completely out of character: just watching to see if Lawrence Tierney is going to fuck up his lines again. He even laughs at 7:00 when he's finally getting to the end of it without messing up. Then, at 7:08, he raises his hand, about to call "cut", but sees Tierney walk off and everyone else follows (which he didn't tell them to do), and snaps back into character as Mr Brown and follows them out.

Hq V

"That was The Partridge Family's "Doesn't Somebody Want to be Wanted?", followed by Edison Lighthouse's "Love Grows where my Rosemary Goes" as K-Billy's Super Sounds of the 70's weekend just keeps on... truckin'."

Ariel Coca

I love how Tarantino shoots that contagious laughter after the shoot me in a dream line like Scorsese did with Harvey keitel in mean streets about the bear shitting in the woods joke at the bar scene! Just fuckin genius!! Love both movies

LFC 77

How boring is this scene. Overrated trash.


Never noticed this before but at 3:17 you can see Mr pink look into his coffee cup and get visibly pissed off at how it hasn't been refilled by the waitress yet.

Sankalpa Bhattarai

There is 1 imposter among us


Thanks to the Hot Fuzz commentary that Tarantino did, if you look at the end of the table scene, you can see him lift his finger and about to say cut before everyone decides to stand up and walk away from the table. You can also see Chis Penn zoning out before he gets up too. It’s because Lawrence Tierney kept fucking up his lines, and that was the first take he made it through without fucking it up.

Motion Alex

A really cool thing I've just noticed after the reading the screenplay, is that Joe totally improvises at 06:59 when he says, "Nevermind what you normally would do..." which is actually a great find on his part, that perfectly fits the situation and his character, but that line WAS NOT in the screenplay. Now watch Quentin's reaction to it. It's fucking brilliant, he can't help it and instantly cracks up coz he knows that shit is not in his script, but he fucking loves it.

Kariya M

5:46 A Jew would say that


I hope that one day I can speak like this


I love how there's a ton of character development here, and Mr. Brown is just blabbering about completely random nonsense


It would appear that waitresses are one of the many groups the government fucks in the ass on a regular basis.


Quentin Tarantino voice... i just cant

Shibby Norton


illiterate thug

Got me into robbing banks

Facundo Anselmi

tarantino cannot stop being a creep even when "acting"

José Antonio Diaz Martinez

That soundtrack... That fucking genius soundtrack!

Nombre Apellido

3:59 That was gay

Archie Thomas

A cabbie said only a rat or dog wouldn't tip & he didn't care if I didn't like it as he fought in the military in order to speak his mind.


Tipping is such a shit system. Scrap it and pay the waitresses a higher wage and pay more for your food you cheap bastards.

Yes Ready

According to the actual writers of the song, "Like a Virgin" was originally written about a man.

Aidan Convery

Q.'s only good film.

Mr N

Macaulay Culkin today is looking like Steve Buscemi here

Go Fast

"I got Madonna's big dick coming out of my left ear......." Classic line that makes me crack up every time.

Hafiz Ghani

I learned “tipping the waitress” tip from here.

Joey Dollaz

Quentin has the voice of a middle school boy he’s incredible??

Archie Thomas

Bill Cosby basically spoke against tipping.I hadn't heard the expression cough up for a while. I had a hot dog lady say she was providing a service and I told her so was fast food. This guy in the movie said society says some should get tips & not others.

J. Buggyman

Tarantino is a genius director and writer, no question about that.

Bill Cosby

One of the coolest opening scenes in any movie ever

Dane Youssef

Sincerely, Roger Ebert didn't like this movie--but he absolutely loved and praised this scene.

Shen Grant

0:24 who fuck is tobey???? Lmfao best part ever

Evan Sidorowicz

It’s interesting mr. orange exposes himself as a rat right away when the boss asks who didn’t tip. He probably thought back to it to connect the dots later on.

The Mysterious Red Warrior: Blood

Honestly, the scene about tipping makes a lot of senses even though I’m a generous person.

Ann Lippert

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCC1lyJaZZ0&t=164s check out this parody!!


Q. T. = A nerdy Performing Arts douche, that was picked on in high-school for being a nerdy Performing Arts douche, desperately trying to compensate for being a nerdy Performing Arts douche, by constantly casting himself beside REAL men in his movies. Typical nerdy Performing Arts douche move.

James L. Anderson

Tommy Jarvis Let me tell you what 'Like a Virgin' is about. It's all about a girl who digs a guy with a big pee-wee The entire song. It's a metaphor for big pee-wee
Kyle Simpson No, no. It’s Ain’t It's about a girl who is very vulnerable. She's been mess over a few times. Then she meets some guy who's really sensitive...
Tommy Jarvis Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa... Time out Greenbay. Tell that freaking bullcrap to the tourists.
Neil Gordon Toby... Who the heck is Toby? Toby...
Tommy Jarvis Like a Virgin' is not about this sensitive girl who meets a nice fella. That's what "True Blue" is about, now, granted, no argument about that.
Teenage Andy Barclay Which one is 'True Blue'?
James L. Anderson (A.K.A.) Axel Foley True Blue' was a big butt hit for Madonna. I don't even follow this Tops In Pops crap and I've at least heard of "True Blue".
Younger Andy Barclay Look, airhead I didn't say I ain't heard of it. All I asked was how does it go? Excuse me for not being the world's biggest Madonna fan.
Kyle Simpson Personally, I can do without her.
Ren McCormack I like her early stuff. You know, 'Lucky Star', 'Borderline' - but once she got into her 'Papa Don't Preach' phase, I don't know, I tuned out.
Tommy Jarvis Hey, you guys are making me lose my... train of thought here. I was saying something, what was it?
Neil Gordon Wong? Oh, Toby was this Chinese girl, what was her last name?
Scooby-Doo What's that?
Neil Gordon I found this old address book in a jacket I ain't worn in a coon's age. What was that name?
Tommy Jarvis What the heck was I talking about?
Tiffany You said 'True Blue' was about a nice girl, a sensitive girl who meets a nice guy, and that 'Like a Virgin' was a metaphor for big pee-wee.
Tommy Jarvis Lemme tell you what 'Like a Virgin' is about. It's all about this cooze who's a regular sex machine, I'm talking morning, day, night, afternoon, pee-wee pee-wee pee-wee pee-wee pee-wee pee-wee pee-wee pee-wee pee-wee
Ren McCormack How many pee-wee is that?
Kirsty Cotton A lot.
Tommy Jarvis Then one day she meets this John Holmes little gangster and it's like, whoa baby, I mean this cat is like Charles Bronson in the 'Great Escape', he's digging tunnels. Now, she's gettin' the serious pee-wee action and she's feeling something she ain't felt since forever. Pain. Pain.
Neil Gordon Chew? Toby Chew?
Tommy Jarvis It hurts her. It shouldn't hurt her, you know, her boobs should be Bubble Yum by now, but when this cat sex her it hurts. It hurts just like it did the first time. You see the pain is reminding a sex machine what it once was like to be a virgin. Hence, 'Like a Virgin'.
Neil Gordon Wong?
Kirsty Cotton Give me this thing.
Neil Gordon What do you think you're doing? Give me back my book!
Kirsty Cotton I'm sick of hearing it Neil I'll give it back to you when we leave.
Neil Gordon What do you mean, give it to me when we leave, give it back now.
Kirsty Cotton For the past fifteen minutes, you've been droning on about names. Toby. Toby? Toby? Toby Wong. Toby Wong? Toby Wong. Toby Chung? Toby Charlie Chan. I got Madonna's big pee-wee coming out of my left ear, and Toby the Jap... I don't know what - comin' out of my right
Neil Gordon Gimme that book.
Kirsty Cotton Are you gonna put it away?
Neil Gordon I'm gonna do whatever the heck I want with it.
Kirsty Cotton Well then, I'm afraid I'm gonna have to keep it.
Kyle Simpson Hey Neil Want me to shoot this guy?
Kirsty Cotton Shoot You shoot me in a dream, you better wake up and apologize.
Jenny Summers You guys been listenin' to K-BILLY's "Super Sounds of the ' s" weekend?
Tiffany Yeah. That's great.
Jenny Summers- You believe the songs they're playin'?
Tiffany - Know what I heard the other day? "Heartbeat, It's a Lovebeat" by little Tony DeFranco and the DeFranco family. I haven't heard that song since I was in the fifth grade.
James L. Anderson (A.K.A.) Axel Foley When I was comin' down here, "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia" came on.
I ain't heard that song since it was big. But when it was big, I must've heard it a million-trillion times. But this is the first time I ever realized...
that the girl singin' the song is the one who shot Andy.
Tommy Jarvis You didn't know that Vickie Lawrence was the one who shot Andy?
James L. Anderson (A.K.A.) Axel Foley - I thought the cheatin' wife shot Andy.
Kyle Simpson - They say that at the end of the song.
Jenny Summers I know, my friends I just heard it. That's what I'm talkin' about. I must've zoned out during that part before.
Neil Gordon All right, I'll take care of the check. You guys can get the tip. Should be about a buck apiece. And you, when I come back I want my book.
Kirsty Cotton Sorry. It's my book now.
Neil Gordon Hey, I changed my mind. Shoot this piece of crap will ya?
Kyle Simpson Pow
Jenny Summers All right, everybody cough up some green for the little lady. C'mon, throw in a buck!
Tiffany Uh-uh, I don't tip.
Jenny Summers You don't tip?
Tiffany Nah, I don't believe in it.
Jenny Summers You don't believe in tipping?
Ren McCormack You know what these chicks make? They make crap
Tiffany Don't give me that. She don't make enough money that she can quit.
James L. Anderson (A.K.A.) Axel Foley I don't even know a Jew who'd have the nuts to say that. Let me get this straight: you don't ever tip?
Tiffany I don't tip because society says I have to. All right, if someone deserves a tip, if they really put forth an effort, I'll give them something a little something extra. But this tipping automatically, it's for the birds. As far as I'm concerned, they're just doing their job.
Ren McCormack Hey, our girl was nice.
Tiffany She was okay. She wasn't anything special.
Ren McCormack What's special? Take you in the back and suck your butt?
Jenny Summers I'd go over twelve percent for that.
Tiffany I ordered coffee, all right? She's only filled my cup three times. I want it filled six times.
Kyle Simpson Six times? Well, what if she's too busy?
Tiffany The words "too busy" shouldn't be in a waitress's vocabulary.
Jenny Summers Excuse me, Tiffany but the last thing you need's... another cup of coffee.
Tiffany These ladies aren't starvin' to death. They make minimum wage. I used to work minimum wage,
and when I did... I wasn't lucky enough to have a job that society deemed tip-worthy.
Ren McCormack You don't care they're countin' on your tips to live?
Tiffany You know what this is? The world's smallest violin, playin' just for the waitresses. You don't have any idea what you're talkin' about.
Kirsty Cotton These people bust their butt This is a hard job.
Tiffany So's working at McDonald's,but you don't feel the need to tip them. They're servin' you food, but society says... "Don't tip these guys over here, but tip these guys." That's bozo
Kirsty Cotton Waitressing is the number-one occupation... for female non-college graduates in this country. It's the one job basically any woman can get and make a living on. The reason is because of their tips.
Tiffany Forget all that.
Tommy Jarvis Jeepers Creepers
Tiffany I'm very sorry the government taxes their tips. That's mess up. That ain't my fault. It would appear that waitresses are one of the many groups... the government sucks in the butt on a regular basis. Show me a paper that says the government shouldn't do that, I'll sign it. I'll vote for it. But what I won't do is play ball. This non-college bozo I got two words for that: Learn to type. If you're expectin' me to help out with the rent, you're in for a big surprise.
Younger Andy Barclay He's convinced me. Give me my dollar back.
James L. Anderson (A.K.A.) Axel Foley Hey. Leave the dollars there.
Neil Gordon All right, ramblers,
let's get ramblin'.Wait a minute. Who didn't throw in?
Younger Andy Barclay Tiffany
Neil Gordon Tiffany Why not?
Teenage Andy Barclay She don't tip.
Neil Gordon She don't tip? Whaddaya mean you don't tip?
Younger Andy Barclay She don't believe in it.
Neil Gordon Hush Up What do you mean, you don't believe in it? Cough up a buck, you cheap rascal I paid for your goshdarn breakfast.
Tiffany All Right Since you bought breakfast, I'll put in. But normally I would never do this.
Neil Gordon Never mind what you normally would do. Just cough in your goddamn buck like everybody else. Thank you.
K-Billy That was the Partridge Family's "Doesn't Somebody Want To Be Wanted?"... followed by Edison Lighthouse's... "Love Grows Where My Rosemary Goes"... as K-BILLY's "Super Sounds of the ' s" weekend... just keeps on truckin'.
George Baker Selection ?Yeah Lookin' back on the track for a little green bag Got to find just a kind or losin' my mind Out of sight in the night, out of sight in the day Lookin' back on the track gonna do it my way Out of sight in the night, out of sight in the day Lookin' back on the track gonna do it my way Lookin' back Lookin' for some happiness But there is so a loneliness to find Turn to the left turn to the right Lookin' upstairs lookin' behind?


Beyond iconic,
How could someone write this on paper?


I mean I get you don't need to tip someone all the time, like I tip someone if they give good service and are nice. I know waitress and waiters get shit from rude customs at time, but ya know it goes both ways if the waiter kind of shit to ya you got no reason to tip them. but in mr pink case guy just being being a stingy prick, cause the girl did not refile is coffee 6 times like get the fuck over yourself mr pink.

Rocco Sannelli

The actual script says Mister White doesn’t tip. Crazy and genius to change it to mr pink, fits the character more.

Yallah Habeebi

I wouldve known off the bat mr orange was the rat how fast he gave up mr pink when Joe asked who didnt tip?

A is for America

K-Billy's Super Sounds of the Seventies weekend just keeps on truk-kin

Dane Youssef

Madonna, who is the main topic of the opening conversation, really liked the film, but refuted Quentin Tarantino's interpretation of her song "Like a Virgin". She gave him a copy of her "Erotica" album, signed, "To Quentin. It's not about dick, it's about love. Madonna." -- From IMDb.

Moreno Cruz



I cannot hear that song without thinking of this scene. They're permanently linked in my mind.

William Glover

6:04 always seems like a non-sequitur to me. Like we're missing a piece of dialogue from Harvey.

Archie Thomas

Ali had said if Foreman even dreamed he could beat him he'd better wake up and apoligize.


Level of acting: 100lv
Level of writing: 100lv

What a masterpiece


Fucking cool movie. "I'm a cop, I'm a cop"

james williams

..RIP chris penn

Viggo Labbé

Very Good, Jerome. I've been inspired by this scene; put it in a movie. Peace!



Justin Case

Asks who didn't throw in before he even counts the tip. Lmao.

who u r ?

i gonna die, can u tell me ur name, bro?

Thegamer89 Bond

Reservoir Dogs is an "Amazing Badass Movie" who else agrees with me?

Nicholas Gaetano

i have the biggest smile plastered across my face for this entire opening . fuck i love this movie


With Madonna's ex brother-in-law acting in this scene.?

John Abruzzi

Who the fuck is Toby?

Jérôme Labbé

Pulp Fiction, by Quentin Tarantino (1994) - Opening scene: https://youtu.be/6XMFQt-1u_0

Gyanprakash Raj

Absolute method of creating dramatic gossip..and how many copied..style

7 718

I think a very telling thing about Mr. Pink is he absolutely believes and has committed to this belief so much that he initially wouldn't even give $1.00 as a tip.

Pedro Volga

you can see that orange here was going to be the snitch because he was the one that said without thinking two times that mr pink doesn't tip

moose cholak

@2:17 #mytobytobster ?


Tarantino has a fantastic eye and ear for what is great in a classic movie.....and that's dialogue and image combined, this film is a classic full stop:-)


"Nevermind what you normally would do... just cough in your Goddamn buck like everybody else!" Classic.



Does the Trump!!


1:54 Tim Roth’s reaction to Tarantino’s explanation is priceless!

Philip Wu

Scene would be great if Tarantino wasn't in it. "Toby...Toby...Toby Chong Toby Chang" too funny

Red Dot

Ever since i watched this movie i haven’t tipped waitresses. And no im not black.

sam hamdan

probably the greatest intro to any movie ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


This is the most realistic conversation in all of cinema

When people actually speak to each other they speak about nonsense aka bullsh!t. And this scene portrays everyday conversations perfectly

Charles Yun

6:36 I sense foreshadowing later on


Best opening scene ever


Just brilliant!

Archie Thomas

Some have expressed the stereotype or notion that blacks don't tip.

The ToeCutter

Tony B always had the makings of a varsity Non Tipper.

Angel Valle

Michael Madsen is smooth as silk .


6:32 Tarantino admits this shot took so many takes (Lawrence Tierney kept messing up) he was watching out-of-character as the director from the right side of the table; at 6:58 you can see he's seeing if the scene will actually finish, and then he laughs that it finally worked at 7:01, and at 7:08 he raises his hand to call "CUT" but the actors all started just getting up and following Tierney that he let the scene keep going. While Tarantino never does commentaries for his own movie, he agreed to appear on Edgar Wright's commentary for Hot Fuzz, and during that (awesome discussion) he mentions this whole story.

C Major

Hey I’m gonna say it, I’m gonna fucking say it. Tarantino isn’t a bad looking guy. Especially here. If he lost some weight Mang he’d be damn fine (no homo no homo no homo no homo

Yogesh Bhandari

I don't tip because society says I have to .?


The foreshadowing is amazing. Think about
Mr Blue: barely mentioned and barely talks since he is not very important to the story
Mr brown: babbles on about nonsense since he doesn’t play a major role
The boss: aggressive all through out showing that he is quick to fight and point a gun
The bosses son: dumb but is as aggressive as his dad but takes longer to be aggressive
Mr white: defends what he believes in and doesn’t back down (defending mr orange)
Mr orange: quick to rat out mr pink and doesn’t seem to have a connection to anyone
Mr blonde: almost everything out of his mouth his violent meaning he is really only there as the muscle
Mr pink: doesn’t tip because in the end he is always thinking about himself and how he needs to survive

It’s almost as if Tarantino has the ending in mind and used the intro to show how the characters would end up