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#147 - anon
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Dr. schultz dies.
#146 - URLOCKER
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Silly italians and their pain tolerance...
#141 - sinisterainbow
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(01/09/2013) [-]
cute
cute
#140 - sammyjankiis
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Fake blood was used for her face.
#137 - Keidis
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(01/09/2013) [-]
This ************ right here was playing bass for a show back in the 90's I believe, and while slapping bass, he cut his thumb open horribly, instead of going for medical attention, he super glued his thumb so he could keep playing bass.

For all you RHCP fans out there.
#206 to #137 - gemnesys
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Flea is a beast
Flea is a beast
#213 to #206 - muzikmafia
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Flea is a psycho
#134 - philliyoMLB
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Honestly, I hate Quentin Tarantino, he's a racist douchebag, but is this film actually worth watching fj?
#136 to #134 - thatguyontheright
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Watch the 1963 Django instead
#139 to #136 - philliyoMLB
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Never seen that one I guess I'll check it out, I don't know why I'm getting thumbed down for disliking Tarantino... Wait, that's right, I'm putting my opinion on fj.
#188 to #139 - BadManTaliban
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(01/09/2013) [-]
you arent getting down thumbed because you dont like tarentino, you're getting down thumbed because you called him a racist douchebag which he is not. even if you only based your accusation on Django, you have to consider that people used the word ****** all the time back then. even if tarentino did use it a lot throughout the movie, it doesnt make him a racist.
#194 to #188 - philliyoMLB
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(01/09/2013) [-]
>Wasn't reffering to Django hence "is the movie really worth watching"
>I already had a conversation about this with three different people below.
#198 to #194 - BadManTaliban
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(01/09/2013) [-]
i hadnt read the other comments and didnt see the end of your first comment.
#150 to #139 - makethingsworse
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(01/09/2013) [-]
You called him a racist, you dumb bastard. Why would you call someone who is clearly not racist racist?
#152 to #150 - philliyoMLB
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Have you seen his independent films?
#163 to #152 - makethingsworse
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Let me get this straight: So you think because he made a work of art that has tones of racism to it that makes him a racist? Okay, now use your ******* brain for a second. Why would a racist make a movie about a black man killing slave owners? Why would a racist make a movie dedicated entirely to the idea of a Jewish Special Forces team killing Hitler?

inb4 u mad bro?
#166 to #163 - philliyoMLB
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Okay, you're right, calling him a racist was too far, I'll admit that, but he still pushes some ******** agenda in some independent movies that make me turn away from his other movies.
#196 to #166 - BadManTaliban
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(01/09/2013) [-]
you assume it's an agenda. maybe he's just making a movie for the sake of entertainment. most of his movies are twisted or off the wall in some way.
#145 to #139 - jldragon
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(01/09/2013) [-]
For calling him a racist douchebag before even seeing the film. You and Spike Lee are cracking me up.
#151 to #145 - philliyoMLB
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(01/09/2013) [-]
From his other films silly, he seemed like a racist prick in his other movies, I stil give each movie a chance, I thought Pulp Fiction was great.
#158 to #151 - theism
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(01/09/2013) [-]
How does he seem racist?
#160 to #158 - philliyoMLB
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Mostly from his independent films, I can't remember the name of one I watched, but it had this mexican long haired guy in it who had a motorcycle with machine guns. Basically it was him pushing ******** propaganda throughout, I don't automatically dislike someone because of an independent movie, but they usually keep me away from watching movies by them. But people who agreed with his agenda will most likely watch a lot of his movies.
#186 to #160 - jldragon
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Charles Dickens here:

I don't agree with the idea that anything contained in a movie is the inherent opinion of the writers, directors, or actors unless it's something absolutely filthy like "Birth of a Nation."

In Django (and plenty of older Tarantino films), he effectively uses racist dialogue or notions to either develop characters or to show the very wrong-ness of stereotyping or using something like the word "******." As much as i love him, I'd consider Dave Chappelle more of a racist for repeatedly using "******" as a source of comedy rather than commentary.

I left Django Unchained with a more intimate knowledge of how ****** up slavery was. It's one thing to hear about things in history class, it's another to see a man get torn apart by dogs because he can't fight other slaves to the death anymore.

Whether or not the so-called "mandingo" fights every happened is another lane of conversation, but the point remains.
#190 to #186 - philliyoMLB
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(01/09/2013) [-]
True, slavery was a terrible thing, but it has been proven that most of the stuff he puts in his movie is over exaggerated (obviously) and I just hate when directors do that.
#203 to #190 - jldragon
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(01/09/2013) [-]
I can understand that, too, but at that point I have to say there is a difference between documentaries and movies that are clearly for entertainment purposes. I went to Django to laugh and see some wicked action scenes. I don't know anyone who wants to pay 10 bucks to sit in a theater and cry as they watch how ****** up history is.
#182 to #160 - anon
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(01/09/2013) [-]
you're thinking of Machete. the only reason that became a movie was because he created a mock trailer for it to play during his double feature Grindhouse. it was meant to be a joke about stereotypes but the fanbase latched on to it and demanded an actually movie be made
#185 to #182 - philliyoMLB
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Well I am going to do some research on this and if it is true I will change my opinion, but I still think he should make that point more public and obvious.
#189 to #185 - anon
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(01/09/2013) [-]
fair enough. to everyone's opinion their own. I mean **** you I'm an anon.
#191 to #189 - philliyoMLB
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(01/09/2013) [-]
But today... You are a good anon.
#201 to #191 - anon
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(01/09/2013) [-]
I- I should leave before i ruin this moment by suggesting we **** or something...
#165 to #160 - theism
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(01/09/2013) [-]
What propaganda was there exactly?
#173 to #165 - philliyoMLB
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(01/09/2013) [-]
The way I saw it (and I'm not alone on this) mexicans were killing tons of white guys IN america justifiably because they were apparently taking Mexican people away and raping them while the white cops did not care.
#181 to #173 - theism
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(01/09/2013) [-]
That's not racism.Just because the good guys were all one race and the bad guys were all another doesn't make something racist.
#183 to #181 - philliyoMLB
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(01/09/2013) [-]
I think to make a story purposefully that way and not denying that you made it that way on purpose, really rustles my jimmies. He made a movie about black slaves killing their slavemasters, seems right to me because the whites were actually dicks to the blacks and they were evil, but come on now, he's making up a story, and it also doesn't help his case that he is Mexican.
#192 to #183 - jldragon
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(01/09/2013) [-]
I see (roughly) what you're talking about, but something like that seems more to come down from the mechanics of story telling. Russians, Chinese, Iranians, Koreans, etc. fill the roll of "villain" in so many modern day movies that it isn't outright specific rasism so much as it is the idea of "us vs them." Obviously not all russians are not evil people trying to kill james bond, and not all germans are trying to kill bruce willis.
#200 to #192 - philliyoMLB
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(01/09/2013) [-]
See and I'm not fond of those movies either, I just hate when directors put races differentely in there unless they are historic events, I see what he was trying to prove but what makes me mad is that honestly every race is mistreated. When I was a little white boy in the ghetto I would get treated terribly out the ass. But anyways I'm done commenting, this took too much time I got homework to do.
#187 to #183 - theism
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(01/09/2013) [-]
I imagine the idea was to point out how in some places Mexican immigrants are mistreated by white people and authorities don't give a ****. This really does happen and not just to Mexicans but really to minorities in general. I don't think it's supposed to be anything pro-Mexican or anti-white people.I don't know the movie so I can't say for certain.
#195 to #187 - philliyoMLB
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(01/09/2013) [-]
I see what you're getting at.
#130 - stickandmove
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(01/09/2013) [-]
I wondered why he started bleeding out of nowhere. o_o Very interesting!
#129 - iscreamsonday
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(01/09/2013) [-]
wow he cut his hand and continued to act. n one has ever done a more painful thing
#124 - redwailmer **User deleted account**
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(01/09/2013) [-]
**redwailmer rolled a random image posted in comment #2756312 at MLP Friendly Board **

I didn't know that, huh. That movie was intense.
#126 to #124 - redwailmer **User deleted account**
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(01/09/2013) [-]
POOOONNNINES
POOOONNNINES
#144 to #126 - aludin
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(01/09/2013) [-]
That picture has a horse in it! You are obviously a closet brony.
#149 to #144 - redwailmer **User deleted account**
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(01/09/2013) [-]
I know nothing of ponies and plan to keep it that way. And rolling pictures is funnnnnnnn!
I know nothing of ponies and plan to keep it that way. And rolling pictures is funnnnnnnn!
#156 to #149 - aludin
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(01/09/2013) [-]
You know what the ponies look like.
#121 - hairydickfarts
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(01/09/2013) [-]
He's such a brilliant actor... I really want him to win an Oscar.
#120 - uptightmonkey
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(01/09/2013) [-]
are you happy justin?
#118 - lambocj
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(01/09/2013) [-]
GGGRRROOOOOSSSSSS

omg poor Kerry.
#117 - anon
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Django Unchained, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown and Reservior Dogs.

Quentin Tarantino is a genius!
#122 to #117 - rel
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Ummm let's not forget Inglorious Basterds.
#159 to #122 - zykmiester
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(01/09/2013) [-]
or Kill Bill
#164 to #159 - anon
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(01/09/2013) [-]
or kill bill 2
#115 - rollcore
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**rollcore rolled a random image posted in comment #2698027 at MLP Friendly Board **
#111 - whenuleastxpect
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Another similar story/fun fact; Viggo Mortensen (the actor of Aragorn in LOTR) had a scene in the two towers where he kicked a helmet. Peter Jackson was not pleased with the shot the few first shots, so they had to film it a few times. The last shot they did, Viggo Mortensen broke 2 of his toes kicking the helmet, and he screams incredibly high and falls down on his knees. He took advantage of the pain he felt and transformed it into an act. That moment is actually used in the movie.
Another similar story/fun fact; Viggo Mortensen (the actor of Aragorn in LOTR) had a scene in the two towers where he kicked a helmet. Peter Jackson was not pleased with the shot the few first shots, so they had to film it a few times. The last shot they did, Viggo Mortensen broke 2 of his toes kicking the helmet, and he screams incredibly high and falls down on his knees. He took advantage of the pain he felt and transformed it into an act. That moment is actually used in the movie.
#116 to #111 - connormccloud
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Also in FOTR when the Uruk chief throws the knife at him he was suppose to hit the tree by viggo, but he missed at him and Viggo actually blocked him
#108 - FlyingButt
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(01/09/2013) [-]
The following is copied straight from wikipedia about Chester Bennington, lead singer of Linkin Park.

Bennington sustained a wrist injury in October 2007 while attempting to jump off a platform during a show in Melbourne, Australia at the Rod Laver Arena. Despite the injury, he continued to perform the entire show with a broken wrist, before heading to the emergency room.
#138 to #108 - ddemiddon
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(01/09/2013) [-]
That's why I love Bennington
#106 - buttgauges
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(01/09/2013) [-]
When I saw the cut, I thought something was "off" about it because I didn't even see when he cut it or why it was even cut in the first place.

It was bugging the **** out of me. Thanks OP
#105 - anonymoose
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Will Smith was considered for the role of Django and the part was made specifically for him but he turned it down. Although I like him as an actor, I feel Jamie Foxx pulled it off better.
#104 - anon
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(01/09/2013) [-]
I noticed this in theaters when his hand was just bleeding during the interrogation in the dining room when you never even saw him punch anything, but man that is somewhat ****** up.
#101 - jeroylenkins
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(01/09/2013) [-]
Wiping his blood all over her face was pretty ****** up... I don't even believe this.
I would seriously puke if I realized someone was smearing their own real blood on my ******* face.
#103 to #101 - jeroylenkins
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(01/09/2013) [-]
On second thought, it actually seems legit. But that's still pretty sick.
#110 to #103 - AMATORY
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(01/09/2013) [-]
That's the thing, none of it is real but the character became so real to him it became reality on screen. The best actors have trouble getting out of character immediately and have been known to lose their ****.
tl;dr - it's still ****** up, but that's what his character is supposed to be.
#142 to #110 - ddemiddon
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(01/09/2013) [-]
That's why Heath Ledger died