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Not half as bad as I thought it would be. I sat down and watched it thinking it was just a second rate spoof of a successful high budget gangster flick. With one scene that actually made me (unexcpectidly) giggle.
I would say to watch this short film because even if you don't enjoy it, it's only ten minutes long. With surprisingly good dialog which was written by William Magger (the writer and director of On The Waterfront). The production value wasn't any where nearly as poor as I thought it would be and the direction (by Ramon Woolfe) wasn't anything to cry over.
As my advice to anyone who might want to watch a quick take off of Reservoir Dogs, you should watch this, but with low expectations.
I'd give it 4.3 out of 10 just because I think Reservoir Dogs is a brilliant movie and this is the only film I've seen spoofing it.
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