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Did you see the movie D'jango unchained"

  1. platinumOwl4 profile image74
    platinumOwl4posted 4 years ago

    Did you see the movie D'jango unchained"

    If you did what did you think of the dialogue of the main characters? Overlooking the excessive use of the "n" word the dialogue in my opinion is classic.

  2. Stevennix2001 profile image92
    Stevennix2001posted 4 years ago

    http://stevennix2001.hubpages.com/hub/D … ained20122

    Yep, I saw it.  even wrote a review on it, as you can check it out in the link above.  smile

  3. petertheknight profile image77
    petertheknightposted 4 years ago

    I agree!  I think that the movie is going to be a classic.  I loved the storyline and how direct all the characters were.  The dialogue was great and it didn't bother me at all the "n" word being used because of the context and setting of the film.  You have to take those things into consideration.

  4. The Reminder profile image76
    The Reminderposted 4 years ago

    Bought the movie and still did not take the time to see it. But I surely can't wait! As soon as I have time I'll watch it.

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    Michelle Widmannposted 4 years ago

    I loved the film! I thought the dialogue was very well-written and witty, in true Tarantino form. The "n" word use didn't bother me, as I say when I talk to people about To Kill a Mockingbird and Huckleberry Finn, it was part of the language at the time, and in order to keep it realistic, it must be in there. The fact that it's shocking to audiences is a good thing; it means we've grown to understand how horrible it is. Without the use of the "n" word, the point about racism wouldn't be as strongly made, I think.

  6. msLarayne profile image70
    msLarayneposted 4 years ago

    I heard so many mixed reviews about this one I didn't know if I wanted to see it when it came out.  I'll eventually watch it though, I'm sure.

 
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