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Thoughts on ‘Django Unchained’

The laws that shape the society of the pre-Civil War set film Django Unchained are shown to be ridiculous and immoral, at least from a 2013 audience perspective, and much of the humor in the film stems from the rather … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Tarantino and Morals

As I was eating dinner with friends, a casual conversation of upcoming movies led to the topic of Quentin Tarantino and his films (Django Unchained comes out later this month).  One friend, Lyndsey, exclaimed a personal love of Inglorious Basterds.  … Continue reading

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Those Oscar Missed: Best Cinematography

Cinematography is such an important part of a film.  In many ways it can define it, used by the director to let us see what he/she wants us to see and not see.  There are so many terrific examples of … Continue reading

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