Words by John Hewitt Tarantino is not a director unaccustomed to racially driven stories, having tackled blaxploitation in Jackie Brown and Jews in Nazi Germany in Inglourious Basterds. Like the latter, Django Unchained sees the genre iconography pulled apart and glued back together as a [...]
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Comedies today are terrible. I’ve seen dire comedy after dire comedy. Occasionally it’s been broken up by something like Bridesmaids (which was ok but about as deserving of its unbelievable acclaim as Marisa Tomei was of her Oscar) and films like Win Win and Cedar [...]