But why did Tarantino call the movie Reservoir Dogs? There has to be some meaning.
I always found it interesting that he was originally supposed to be Mr. Pink, but he had to change to Mr. Brown once the movie had enough cash to hire a real actor.
Or that the "Like a Virgin" speech was originally written for Mr. Pink, then switched to Mr. Brown.
Or that it went at the same time that Joe was trying to figure out the Chinese name of Toby from his black book.
Or that Mr. Brown said the word 'd!ck' so many times that it prompted another member of the octet to say 'How many dncks is that?'
Or that, if you count, that was eight d!cks.
Or that, Mr. Brown's explanation of 'Like a Virgin' was so off. It's about a girl that has had so much sex that now she feels pain because this guy is so good? Madonna herself has said it's about love, about a girl that is experiencing sex on the emotional level for the first time. It doesn't matter that her pnssy has been penetrated, she's like a virgin because she's never experienced emotional sex.
Or that, as soon as Mr. Brown finished his explanation of "LaV", Joe realized Toby's name. "Wong" he shouted.
Or that, Mr. White cared so much for Mr. Orange. You'd think after all the jobs he has pulled, he wouldn't feel this way anymore. What did Mr. Orange do that caused Mr White to feel so much pain. And why was Mr White, probably the most experienced of the group, given the color White? A color that is ususally 'shiny and new'?
Or that a reservoir is generally a man made body of water that has been damed up. I've even head the term, a reservoir of emotion.
Or that cats are sometimes referred to as pnssy cats. And a dog is the opposite of a cat.
Anyway, when I figure all this stuff out, maybe I'll get around to figuring what the title means.