ohheybill:

newyorker:

It seems almost pedantic to point out that slavery was nothing like this…

Jelani Cobb on Quentin Tarantino’s portrayal of slavery in “Django Unchained”: http://nyr.kr/VjguPH

This is a Good Read. (I haven’t seen this movie yet but I will but I pretty much don’t want to)

This movie was excellent, start to finish. You want to laugh? You want to see some seriously evil people get what they deserve? You want to enjoy some unforgettable images? Do yourself a favor, ignore the elitist reviews and go get lost in this outstanding piece of work.

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