We’ll file this one under: “uh buh??”
It’s for the kids…
Still available in shady back alleys.
“Fuk dat shit. Imma chill.”
We found out that ‘Big Bang Theory’ is more offensive than slavery to some in South Central.
Thankfully they aren’t talking action figures.
The film version is a bit of a departure.
I just wanna hug him.
Not observing or learning about things that you think you won’t like is a real timesaver.
With apologies to ‘Destiny Turns On The Radio’.
The South seems a lot wackier than history class indicated.
It’s like ‘Shanghai Noon’ minus the karate.
The mystery is sort of solved!
Tarantino only did this movie for the chance to dress like Robert Rodriguez.
Except for Walton Goggins.
He’s going to buy Django’s wife wIth no repercussions at all, I presume.
Hopefully he’ll be cast in the role of Bad Motherf***er.
He’d better have a damn good reason.
He may have walked away due to his commitment to a History Channel mini-series. Someone slap his agent.
It just wouldn’t be a Tarantino film without him.
He will play a balding (probably) slave trainer.
It will be interesting to see how he channels “In Living Color”s Wanda to prepare for this role.
Finally, a slavery movie fit for the holidays.
DiCaprio is now entering actual talks to play Calvin Candie, the ruthless slave owner who could use a big dose of vitamin comeuppance.
We won’t believe it until we hear it from the horse’s jittery, fast-talking mouth.
Is Idris Elba ‘Django Unchained’?
After ‘Wild Wild West’, I thought the Western genre put a restraining order on Will Smith. If it did, nobody told Quentin Tarantino.
The title sounds like a jazz album somebody recommended to me in college, but I never listened to.