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Old 12-13-2012, 02:21 AM   #676
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The reviews for this have me psyched! I gotta wait til January though.

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Old 12-13-2012, 06:17 PM   #677
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golden globe nods:

- best picture
- best director
- best screenplay for a motion picture
- best supporting actor ( dicaprio )
- best supporting actor ( waltz )



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Old 12-13-2012, 06:52 PM   #678
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DiCaprio honestly should just go ahead and get it for this one, man. They're saying the character is one of his best ever. And frankly I'm just sick of the dude never getting one after all the Oscar bait.

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Old 12-13-2012, 07:53 PM   #679
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Calvin Candie has all the ingredients to be as memorable as Hans Landa. I can't wait.

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Old 12-13-2012, 08:53 PM   #680
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I'm one that can't stand Tarantino movies. He needs an editor to just tell him hey half of these scenes are pointless because they usually are in his movies but i am really excited for this, it looks awesome

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Tarantino's aimless banter tends to reveal a lot about the characters involved, or it can set a mood, or it hides some of the tension that is growing and it sneaks up on you. I've never really felt that any of his films have dragged, so I'm not sure what else should have been cut, outside of Death Proof that is, but that movie is basically a farce.

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apparently there is controversy because the N-word is used 109 times in the movie. personally, i would take more concern with the fact that the people filing that complaint didnt realize they were watching a movie about slavery and racism.

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While that is a ton, seriously its a movie about slavery...

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apparently there is controversy because the N-word is used 109 times in the movie. personally, i would take more concern with the fact that the people filing that complaint didn't realize they were watching a movie about slavery and racism.


This shouldn't be a surprise to anyone. Tarantino isn't afraid to use the word and the subject material calls for it.

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apparently there is controversy because the N-word is used 109 times in the movie. personally, i would take more concern with the fact that the people filing that complaint didnt realize they were watching a movie about slavery and racism.
It's obviously ridiculous but this complaint has it's origins from years ago due the fact the n-word has been used a lot in past tarrantino films. Notably Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown and there were some complaints then.

Regardless in the time period and setting this movie is in it makes sense.

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Old 12-13-2012, 10:56 PM   #686
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I want a photograph of the person who counted the number of uses.

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Geez, I don't really have a problem with it in this context, but 109 times in one movie? Lol, that seems like a LOT!

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You've never seen an R-rated urban comedy/drama before, have you?

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If it seems like a lot think of this way, Reservoir Dogs an Pulp Fiction each drop more than 250 Fbombs.

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Geez, I don't really have a problem with it in this context, but 109 times in one movie? Lol, that seems like a LOT!
Seems low to me.

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Old 12-14-2012, 09:31 AM   #691
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its a movie full of pre-civil war slave owning racist scum. no tarantino movie has more of a logical excuse for having it and having it so many times. im not offended.

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Old 12-14-2012, 11:46 AM   #693
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It probably won't bother me as much as the 338.209 versions of the word 'f**k' in End of Watch.

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I want a photograph of the person who counted the number of uses.
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anybody here know if hollywood movies shown in hong kong are dubbed into the local language?

i'm planning on flying out there just to watch django unchained. it's going to be shown here on april 13 and i don't want to wait that long.

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anybody here know if hollywood movies shown in hong kong are dubbed into the local language?

i'm planning on flying out there just to watch django unchained. it's going to be shown here on april 13 and i don't want to wait that long.
Hong Kong is a very anglicized city, so American movies there are commonly shown in English. But there may be Chinese subtitles, but it's usually made clear by the movie theatre what language(s) the film is in, dubbed or subtitled.

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While I am excited about the film, I am dreading the reactions, as I've been asked twice today, "did you read the article on the Drudge report -- the one about how that Tarantino film is all about killing white people?" Gosh, the rest of the month is going to be unbearable.

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Heh-heh.

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I love Pulp Fiction, one of my favorite movies, but just thought Inglourius Bastards was okay, but this looks really good. I'll be seeing this one when it's out .

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