Wed, 23 November 2016
"Kill white people and get paid for it? What's not to like?"
For those of you that were waiting for us to cover a film that's a little more "contemporary", wait no more! We present a discussion on Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained (2012), a story about slavery, revenge, and everything in between.
By 2012, Tarantino had grown from the new darling of independent features to a Hollywood behemoth, so far from the roots he planted with Reservoir Dogs (1992). From Pulp Fiction (1994) to The Hateful Eight (2015), his films have delighted millions, but some have questioned whether or not he has taken his glorification of violence too far. That still doesn't preclude Django Unchained from being one of his most popular masterpieces.
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