Neeson makes a less dashing action hero than did Day-Lewis, but he brings enough gravitas to his role to endow his love for his wife Mary (Lange) and his conflict with Cunningham with real emotional punch.
Undoubtedly one of the best films of the 1990s, and probably one of the best directorial debuts of all time, Reservoir Dogs announced the arrival of one of contemporary cinema's hottest talents -- and he came out shooting.
I enjoyed Reservoir Dogs. I think the overall story is good, and I like the ending. What I do not like is the torture scene, and some of the dialogue is quite vulgar. I am not talking about swearing, of which there is plenty, but the actual content of some of the conversations. If you can get past these items, this is a good movie.
This was a gift for my brother and he was so excited to them this. He put in the first dvd, and it had a bad spot in it, so he had to take it all back, and I had to reorder for him, so I hope the next box set does not have any bad spots on them. Other then that what he did see said it was great, and the last dvd with all the information for the making of the Planet of The Apes was excellent and made watching what he could, that much better. So that is why I gave it the rating it got.