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Top Ten Tarantino Tracks

 Quentin Tarantino is a master of the use of music in film. Using everything from pop music to award-winning film scores he has crafted some of cinemas most memorable moments and music is central to his achievements. 818 more words


Thursday Movie Picks: Western

Here is a theme I have not been familiar with… ever. Like, western and me know about each other, but we don’t hang out because let me be honest, I don’t really like this genre. 369 more words


Emperors and Gladiators in Django Unchained

You might be asking yourself, what possible connection does Django Unchained have to the classical world?

Not one scene featured Russell Crowe or Kirk Douglas. And there was barely a gladius or toga in sight. 1,350 more words


Django Unchained

In short:

  • Is it good? Yes
  • Is it fun? Yes
  • Is it boring? No

Rating 5/6


Django Unchained Review | Film Club Ep.2 (Podcast)

So… I’ve just read over my previous post, maybe I had a little too much whisky. What meant to sound tongue-in-cheek, sounded like a direct slaughtering of a friendship. 190 more words

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32. Challenging Chili Verde

I was no longer wasted.. And I wasted no time moving on. Dwelling on a failed relationship would only lead to drinking over it so I quickly started laying the groundwork for a successful one: I made plans with Marty. 2,324 more words


Django: I like the way you die, boy

Phew! This is one vengeance film with a.t.t.i.t.u.d.e but I wouldn’t expect anything less from the one and only Quentin Tarantino. Django Unchained (2012) is his playground and he certainly brought out the big guns! 431 more words

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