**Official "Django Unchained" Thread**

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Feb 7, 2006
i seen it the day after it came out and the theater was packed with hella black people and i didnt feel guilty about laughing because i know im not racist people get butt hurt over anything fuck spike lees hater ass jelouse ass nigga. i laughed at the part where the old white guy said "a nigger on a horse?!" nobody laughed but me u could hear the crickets n shit but aint nobody tell me shit . sam jackson was a cold piece of shit tho lol
Spike didnt hate, if you saw the whole shit they said what about django he said me, personally I'm not gonna see it, I think that would be disrespectful to my ancestors and thats it. thats that media shit again.

In reality blacks need to make there own slave movie to show the real but only black people will go see it, so I'm taking the good with the bad, a slavery joint that aint just a few whippings and a million samuel L jackson characters, aimed at white people to make them see some of the shit that was really happening.
Feb 8, 2006
Juss watched it, good movie better then I expected. Didn't look at it as a slave movie, just a movie set in those times. I didn't take it as serious as spike but I understand where he's coming from. Was some fucked up crazy scenes in the movie tho. Loved how the gun scenes were shot, people were getting blown away like crazy!
Apr 25, 2002
Spike Lee Is No Quentin Tarantino
By Luther Campbell

Spike Lee Is No Quentin Tarantino - Miami - News - Riptide 2.0

Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Luke reviews the controversy surrounding Django Unchained. (WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD)

Screw Spike Lee. Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained is a brilliant flick that more accurately depicts the African American experience than any of the 15 movies about black culture Lee's directed in his lifetime. It's why the movie took home a Golden Globe award for best screenplay over the weekend and why it was recently nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Picture.

Since Django Unchained hit the theaters, Lee has been publicly trashing Tarantino. In announcing his personal boycott of the movie, the Do The Right Thing filmmaker tweeted, "American slavery was not a Sergio Leone Spaghetti Western," and "It Was A Holocaust. My Ancestors Are Slaves. Stolen From Africa. I Will Honor Them."

Lee needs to get over himself. He's upset because Tarantino makes better movies. The man who put Malcolm X on the big screen is Hollywood's resident house negro; a bougie activist who wants to tell his fellow white auteurs how they can and can't depict African Americans.

He complains that Tarantino uses "nigger" too much (100 times) in Django Unchained, but show me a white man in the 1800s who wasn't dropping n-bombs left and right.

Tarantino is one of Tinseltown's most clever directors. Some of the most brutal scenes in Django Unchained are metaphors for the unfair racial inequality African-Americans still experience today. For instance, Leonardio DiCaprio's plantation owner character Calvin Candie trains some of his male slaves to fight to the death in a sport called "Mandingo Fighting."

When one of the slaves refuses to fight, Candie threatens to feed him to his wild dogs. That scene is analogous to professional boxing where white promoters control black fighters through fear and intimidation.

In another scene, a bunch of slaves are shocked to see Django riding a horse since blacks were never allowed to have one. That's like the cops who stare at and then pull over the dude who is driving a Bentley on South Beach.

While on the horse, Django tells the slaves that he'll treat them worse than any white man ever will. That's the truth about blacks in positions of authority in today's corporate America. They will treat blacks worse than any white boss every could.

Lee could never pull off a movie like this. When he's not being an ass from his court side seats during New York Knicks games, he's making bull crap films that most African Americans cannot relate to.

Spike is upset because Samuel L. Jackson's character in the movie is just like him: a conniving and scheming Uncle Tom.

Follow Luke on Twitter: UNC @UNC lelukereal1.
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Feb 10, 2006
damn, was not aware there was a thread on this, movie was dope! those gun scenes where the blood sprays out were dope af. some ppl are being too sensitive for this flicc tho, i didnt find it racist at all just set in those times. maybe its because im not blacc tho.lol...