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For some, Quentin Tarantino, the auteur who gave us Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, and Inglorious Basterds, is the epitome of all that is wrong with modern media. Intentionally provocative, at times deliberately transgressive, his films explore themes that ...

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Ed mac

December 28, 2012  5:53pm

With Jamie Foxx in it I won't go. He is one of the actors who calls Obama the Saviour and Lord.

DiverCity Jones

December 28, 2012  3:38pm

Okay, Morefield, I'll do your work for you: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/28/quentin-tarantinos-inglourious-bas terds-killer-crow_n_2375383.html Note that Tarantino is going to again wreak havoc on the personages of evil whites who obviously have it coming, and that right violently! Tarantino is nothing but a cartoon. He basically just throws out as many sensational things (weird sex, hip popular songs, drugs, violence, race, explosions, foul language etc.) and throws them at the screen and takes credit for whatever sticks. In a saner society he’d have been a nobody driven to suicide when Netflix came out and his precious indie films became readily available to soccer-moms. Because he chops up his films and there’s the rich soundtrack they’re like little more than music videos with A-list stars that the kids can (re)watch without needing to pay much attention. Yeah, Morefield, what a great filmmaker!

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