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Michael Madsen “Mr. Blonde” and Steve Buscemi “Mr. Pink”

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10:05 pm
September 22, 2009


abisai

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“Reservoir Dogs” is a masterpiece movie in wish Tarantino presents a story based on juwlery haste but does not presents the haste just what happens before and after the haste. Tarantino presents and tries to explain each main character true several scenes before the haste. This analysis will focus on the performance of Michael Madsen as “Mr. Blonde” and Steve Buscemi as “Mr. Pink”. Both, Buscemi and Madsen, plays principal characters in the movie.

 

Madsen was perfect for “Mr. Blonde” because of his natural look of a badass and his cool chilled attitude. Madsen’s performance creates a coherent, unified character because he uses an excellent appropriateness, looks and behaves like ex-convicted psychopath. A clear image of this great performance it can be seen at the “cop torture scene”.  This was the movie that’s sets him a persona.  Steve Buscemi performance as “Mr. Pink” was excellent he masters the chilled smart professional criminal. His performance also creates a coherent, unified character more for his attitude than his looks. Contrary to Madsen this character is not Buscemi’s persona. Buscemi is an actor that can adopt different characters and also makes a great job, not necessarily haves a persona.  A great example of his performance is the “I don’t tip” scene and the scene when he discuss with “Mr. White”.

 

Michael Madsen “Mr. Blonde” and Steve Buscemi “Mr. Pink” are crucial characters of “Reservoir Dogs” in witch both actors performance were an element to call this movie an excellent indie film.

 


11:39 am
October 1, 2009


Ann Marie Garcia Cha

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I totally agree, they both did an excellent job by recreating their characters. And actually the persona argument is certain. For Buscemi is difficult to create a persona character because of his diversity and for Madsen is a bit easier. They were mi favorite characters in the movie, as in your words “both actors performance were an element to call this movie an excellent indie film.”

7:28 am
December 19, 2009


gabriela garcia

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I completely agree with the characterization of Mr.Blonde as an ex-convictes psychopath!! yeah… sooo unbelievably true. But my question is this: why is Mr. Pink chilled and professional? Not to prove you wrong but just if anybody could explain but I only saw him as nervous and funny.

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