Penned at the same time as "Reservoir Dogs", but directed by Tony Scott instead of writer Quentin Tarantino, "True Romance" (1993) is a crime film that packed a punch when it was first released, and today we discuss whether or not it holds up today. We discuss the vignette-y nature of the film, the wonderful cast and the Tarantino writing schtick that would have been fresh in the early 90's but maybe hasn't aged so well in the last 25 years.
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