January 5, 2013
Upside down, Inside out, and out of this world...
Fancy a German doctor and bounty hunter, black slave turned bounty hunter with a beautiful slave who speaks German? Then mix it up with action, intense drama, and high comedy and you have one of the best movies produced in a long time. If you can't stomach the violent scenes, the music alone is worth the time. It's eclectic with Ennio Morricone, John Legend, James Brown/Tupac, Dege Legg and a plethora of other musicians whose music appropriately complimented each scene.
Spike Lee would salute Mr. Tarantino for his great work and accuracy in depicting one aspect of the South during slavery. His depiction is only one story to be told about that time and not to define all of the South during those days. History has good and bad stories and even in this movie, there were good and bad times. However, Tarantino's added twists allowed the audience to simply accept the movie as a beautiful story about friendship and love during dark days.
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