Tarantino’s new film, "Django", uses the word “******” 108 times

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    The movie is about a slave owner in the south before the Civil War.

    So to maintain correct era dialouge in the movie; the word ****** is liberally used.


    The use of the word ****** is historically accurate and apropo for the time period.

    But another film maker Spike Lee says that it's just blatant racism and has no place in the movie.


    Agree or disagree? :cool:
     
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    Tarantino is the most overrated producer/director/writer of our time.

    'nuf said.
     
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    lets see... historically correct= bad

    use of the word in current rap dialog= good.
     
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    Racist.
     
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    That was a joke.
     
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    Can't agree with that he had some great movies:
    (1) Reservoir Dogs - One of my favorite non-godfather gangster movies.
    (2) Pulp Fiction - Com on who didn't love this master-piece.
    (3) Jackie Brown - Jackson stole the show of a great movie.
    (4) Kill Bill - I loved both of them. Very exciting.
    (5) Inglourious Basterds - Well acted and entertaining, but a little over-rated, but still a great flick!
    (6) True Romance - Classic movie!
    (7) From Dusk Til Dawn - Loved this vampire flick! Had a degree of originality that people like me enjoyed.
     
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    Well I guess we got THE WORD, guys. :rolleyes:
     
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    It has every place in a movie because the word ****** was real. Screw everyone else who thinks it shouldn't be used now in a historical sense when gang bangers call each other ******* on a day to day.

    Hell's bells I come from the time period when a hoe was a gardening instrument and I'm not suing the ass out of some rap company now.

    Now historically, one has to use ******. Two ways. ****** in derogatory terms. Horrid. But it happened. There were worse terms that were more disgusting than that.

    Or ****** in a good way like" ****** riggin" when I lived south. That was a term that applied to you if you could find the best way to do something without paying the man, you called it "****** riggin".

    Highest compliment you could give anyone on the planet. You had made it man. It meant you figured out a way that you beat the man.

    Colloquialisms are tough especially with pc cops. Too bad. Because so many times they help define a region or a history.
     
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    Django was an awesome movie.. My personal movie opinion is check it out. Movies are so damn expensive now a days, but this one was worth the 10 bucks
     
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    It is art.

    It is history.

    It is fine.
     

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