Super cool Turkish projection mapping
Nick Broomfield and Kim Longinotto
It has come to my attention that the re-imagining of Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs as small furry entities and children’s interests is a stupidly common comparison tool used by journalists, bloggers and tweeters alike.
I bought two films this week, both front covers of which have references to the film as their only review. Man Bites Dog “makes Reservoir Dogs look like muzzled mongrels” - The Guardian. Similarly, in Takeshi Kitano’s Brother, “there is enough gore to make Reservoir Dogs look like chihuahuas” - also by The Guardian.
Exploring this coincidence on the world wide web proves the dying imagination of the human race:
TubridyTweets tweets that Kickass “makes Reservoir Dogs look like The Little Mermaid”
The Independent thinks that Bank Holiday DIY leads to the use of industrial language that “makes Reservoir Dogs look like Lassie”. Also noteworthy is The Independent’s take on the Premier League “which, as we all know, makes Reservoir Dogs look like Crystal Tipps & Alastair.” Sure, we all know that.
The story of Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus is so killerific that it “makes Reservoir Dogs look like The Teletubbies”
Whose Line is it Anyway apparently “makes Reservoir Dogs look like 101 Dalmations”
Kill Bill 2 “makes Reservoir Dogs look like Hello Kitty”
Bri and Rob G’s Couriers 02: Dirtbike Manifesto “makes Reservoir Dogs look like a trip to Six Flags”
Once I get around to watching Man Bites Dog and Brother, I’m sure they will make Reservoir Dogs look like a 1992 American crime film directed by Tarantino.