There’s nothing like a crime gone awry to uncover the true colors of your cohorts, right? In Reservoir Dogs, director Quentin Tarantino makes his debut with the story of a group of miscreants who band together to perform a major jewelry heist that goes terribly wrong. While the viewer never sees the robbery take place, you don’t have to. This movie isn’t about the crime — it’s about the groups chaotic unraveling as they turn against one another to avoid getting busted. In Tarantino’s signature cinematic style, the film starts with a look into the ensemble’s bond pre-robbery, as they carelessly chat while eating breakfast at a nondescript restaurant. But by the end, the crew’s friendship has literally devolved into a violent bloodbath, as they kill each other one-by-one while trying to determine who double-crossed them. While Reservoir Dogs may not be the most heartwarming show of bromance, one thing is sure: That’s one heck of a bad day.