Tarantino unchains America's past in 'Django'

December 25, 2012

LOS ANGELES — Twenty years after Quentin Tarantino denounced his initial film “Reservoir Dogs,” a executive has incited his eye to America’s labour history, spinning a blood-filled atonement story in his heading character for “Django Unchained.” Tarantino, 49, has turn synonymous with assault and dim humor, holding on a Nazis in “Inglourious Basterds” and mobsters […]

Quentin Tarantino unchains America's worried past in "Django"

December 24, 2012

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Twenty years after Quentin Tarantino denounced his initial film “Reservoir Dogs,” a executive has incited his eye to America’s labour history, spinning a blood-filled atonement story in his heading character for “Django Unchained.” Tarantino, 49, has turn synonymous with assault and dim humor, holding on a Nazis in “Inglourious Basterds” and […]

"Django Unchained" review: Blaxploitation and spaghetti westerns make a tasty combo

December 18, 2012

LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – Quentin Tarantino continues his debate of “disreputable” movie genres with “Django Unchained,” a boisterous and aroused allowance of tropes from a 1960s spaghetti Western (low-budget European cowboy movies, constructed mostly in Italy and Spain) and a 1970s blaxploitation Western (often-angry punish cinema that examined a Civil War epoch in general, and […]