Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Ace of Spade, Dec 26, 2012.
Here's uncle Ruckus from Boondocks next to Samuel Jackson's character from Django.... hhhmmmmm.
I don't remember that character.
Why is that entire episode flipped?
people on IMDB are talking about this.
trailer looked good, i might check out this movie.
u mean catch a free man
so youtube doesnt recognize it and delete it.
but basically no, because the real catcher freeman story is nothing like Django
Isn't everything Tarantino does a rip-of,err, I mean tribute.
That's the word! Thanks.
obvious racist movie is obvious
Definitely has a lot of allusions to it, i think they're intentional.
Tarentino does his inspirations justice.
He's actually one of the few prolific directors who hasnt taken a book, prior film or stageplay and made it into a film.
Spielberg, Francis Ford Coppolla, Elia Kazan, Peter Jackson, Billy Wilder, Orson Welles, etc., etc.
So are they more original than Quentin because they expressively take other people's work?
Fuckin' Rum Punch, i always forget it.
He changed the plot almost entirely though, right?
No, he just changed her from white to black. And her name from Jackie Burke to Jackie Brown. Other than that everything's the same. Had to cut a lot of stuff out of the book, but that's par for the course.
*white to brown
And then it's completely different, because i say so!
Would have been nice to see Ruckus in Django.
A black man takes revenge on awhite slave owner? No, that's never been done before
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