Reliving movies on Twitter has become a trend, and a cult classic just popped up online. Argentinean advertising creative Jorge Zacher used 15 Twitter accounts and 1,125 tweets to recreate the entire Reservoir Dogs script. He made each character a Twitter account where they all tweeted lines from the movie, which were then retweeted by the @ReservoirDogs_ account in reverse order so it could be read on Twitter.
What was that? I'm sorry. I didn't catch it. Would you repeat it?— Mr. White (@MrWhite_z) December 30, 2013
Are you going to bark all day, little doggie, or are you going to bite?— Mr. Blonde (@MrBlonde_z) December 30, 2013
Some of the best tweets are the short and sweet exposition lines from the @ReservoirDogs_ that tie the entire story together, capturing both the violent essence of the movie's most memorable scenes as well as the small gestures that make the movie a strange and beloved classic. Other films like Back to the Future have been revitalized in the same way, but there's something about reading a Tarantino film in tweets that's both unsettling and awesome.
Mr Orange is now rehearsing outside, by a grafitii-covered wall. He's much more smooth and confident now. Holdaway is watching and listening— Reservoir Dogs (@ReservoirDogs_) December 31, 2013