Directed by Quentin Tarantino, the crime genre Reservoir Dogs movie was a plausible production in the early 1990s. It was a marvelous display of Tarantino’s influential superiority as a filmmaker in 1992. The plot is a revelation of occurrences prior to and after a Cabot-organized raid of a jewelry store. It, however, does not bring out the occurrences during the operation of the robbery. The pronounced criminal, Mr. White, seem to show content in his criminal career for his enthusiasm while displaying the ropes to Mr. Orange. Reserved from social scenes, Mr. Pink is a character who has deep dedication for his profession. Working for Cabot, Mr. Blonde is a reformed character after his jail service. The Tarantino-directed movie has instances of the use of relational communication concepts. The use of dialogue in the film is efficient and effective in the development of the plot. The narrative revolves around scenes of accidents from where they derive e their structure. The narratives in the film expose the various pains of the accidental occurrences throughout the plot. Through the narrative, the viewers of the viewers are able to get the flashback of events in the plot. It, therefore, anchors the flow of events in the film. Noteworthy is the efficiency in the use of the narratives in bringing out the flashback in the film (Pratt, 2010). The flashbacks in the film never affected the action flow in the movie, showing superiority in the use of this concept.