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Dec 25, 2012 8:35AM
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Wow, white people are really upset over this movie. I got to see it. And it's amazing to me how older westerns portrayed killing off millions of native americans and latinos and nobody got upset. But when a black man starts killing white people in a western, then white people get upset. Please get over yourselves quick.
Dec 25, 2012 7:02AM
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you know it's gonna be good. It's a Tarentino movie!. Either you "get it" or you don't, and the people that do get it, love his stuff. The people that don't, well, damn, it's too bad. 
Dec 25, 2012 10:47AM
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HAaha, people call this "racist," relate it to gun enthusisasts and anything else they can think of. Your all perrty stupid if you ask me. If any white people get offended by this just hang youself like we really used to do to black people 150 years ago...
Dec 19, 2012 9:35PM
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so nice to see a movie that isn't released to the public yet, has already made the best of 2012.   pmsl
Dec 19, 2012 7:35AM
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Of course it's fiction.  Aren't almost ALL movies?  What's the big problem with Jamie Foxx all of a sudden?  Last time I checked, Quentin Tarentino's name is the one under "Director."  And it looks like Leo DeCaprio and Christoph Waltz play big roles too (for the record, I'm a huge fan of all 3 of those guys).  But let's pick out the black star who kills a bunch of slaveowners and make him out to be negative.  Never seen this dude abusing drugs, beating women, drinking and driving, beating up assistants, any number of offenses attributed to lots of our Hollywood habitants.  He takes care of his daughter and keeps her out of all those aforementioned situations, as well.  Yet this is the cat that annoys the piss out of you?

 

Kick rocks, Hater. 

Let the haters hate, Foxx.

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9. "Django Unchained"

In the American South, shortly before the outbreak of the Civil War, an itinerant German dentist (Christoph Waltz) who's actually a dauntingly capable bounty killer liberates a slave (Jamie Foxx), makes him his partner, then discovers the younger man -- Django by name -- is "a natural" with a gun. Their ensuing itinerary, punctuated by the termination of sundry wanted men, eventually focuses on finding and freeing Django's wife (Kerry Washington) from the crown prince of Mississippi slaveholders (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his Uncle Tom majordomo (Samuel L. Jackson). "Django Unchained" is Quentin Tarantino's full-fledged spaghetti Western, after tapping the eccentric subgenre's style and tropes -- and inimitable music scores -- to season several previous pictures (notably, "Kill Bill"). It runs in excess of two-and-a-half hours and falters in assurance and creative élan for maybe two-and-a-half seconds. The QT hallmarks are in play: eruptive violence, dark humor, windily/wittily ruminative monologues, acutely timed lightning shifts of course and tone, and riveting set-pieces, such as a moral-ethical hilltop debate while, in the valley below, a man plows the soil his blood is soon to soak. Tarantino's outrageousness has the audacity of conviction: "Django Unchained" repatriates the spaghetti Western and imbues it with the crazy integrity of American tall tales. He posits a country in which, one way or another, the watchword is "cash for flesh," and, since just about everybody is traveling under an assumed identity, one must above all stay in character. -- Richard T. Jameson

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