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Pure Observation wrote:
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I agree.
The only lower thing worst than a white man/woman that wants to enslave the minds or bodies of a race of people, is a person of the race being targeted helping a white man/woman keep his/her hands clean by targeting their own kind.
I'm watching Django right now and Samuel's character sounds exactly like some of the male and female posters on this forum.
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I was thinking the same thing after watching Django. The white-washing has so many effects on these Topix folks, especially the IRBM/BW that talk cr@p about other Blacks.

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Went to see Django Unchained and loved it! Samuel L. Jackson as the evil Uncle Tom was irrepressible! I wanted to stand in the theater and dance when he got his!

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I think Lil' Wayne and his anti-dark skinned women routine is similar to the Samuel L. Jackson character. Another victim of white-washed view of the world.

Lil' Wayne is the typical house negro that sold out the other slaves.

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Capree wrote:
Went to see Django Unchained and loved it! Samuel L. Jackson as the evil Uncle Tom was irrepressible! I wanted to stand in the theater and dance when he got his!
LOL! He did a masterful performance, I have to admit. I couldn't help but think "Damn, he's good!!"

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Ms Mack wrote:
I think Lil' Wayne and his anti-dark skinned women routine is similar to the Samuel L. Jackson character. Another victim of white-washed view of the world.
Lil' Wayne is the typical house negro that sold out the other slaves.
I think Lil Wayne would have made the perfect understudy to Jackson's self-hating character in case Samuel L Jackson got ill and couldn't performed.

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LOL! He did a masterful performance, I have to admit. I couldn't help but think "Damn, he's good!!"
Yep! And what got me was when his old evil Uncle Tom character who had did so much dirt to black people for his Massa Candy, thought that the angry,dangerous Django mean't him when he said all you black folks leave! LOL!
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Black Deal wrote:
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Real talk bruh
Your AA women saying Afro Latino men be more masculine and family oriented than you AA men
Both you AA men and women dogging each other out
You main group on planet that do that
Agree..

No one I mean NO ONE vilifies and hates on one another like the American black man and woman.

There is no comparison.

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Jan 31, 2013
 
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I think Lil Wayne would have made the perfect understudy to Jackson's self-hating character in case Samuel L Jackson got ill and couldn't performed.
Definitely, it would be so easy for him to get into that character. It would have probably been an academy award for his outstanding performance. I mean he would be playing himself, putting down other Blacks, and praising light skin.

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Definitely, it would be so easy for him to get into that character. It would have probably been an academy award for his outstanding performance. I mean he would be playing himself, putting down other Blacks, and praising light skin.
Exactly! But Jackson's character still made me laugh out loud thinking that there were and probably still are black folks like that.

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You are right about the main objective of the movie. It is a love story but the things AngryMan are talking about are in the movie intentionally to make you digest them within the context of the main story. You're SUPPOSED to think about those things.
YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT I THINK about those things because I didn't talk about them. GTFOH with your arrogant know it all ass. You don't know WTH you're talking about!
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Feb 3, 2013
 
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Exactly! But Jackson's character still made me laugh out loud thinking that there were and probably still are black folks like that.
He's a scary person who actually has a congregation. Maybe he can be the new "Stephen" in Django2...lol

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT I THINK about those things because I didn't talk about them. GTFOH with your arrogant know it all ass. You don't know WTH you're talking about!
LOL!! So, my analysis of what I believe the filmmaker's intent was is invalid? Think about that for a minute and then get over yourself.
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Feb 4, 2013
 
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Spike Lee has come out against the movie, stating that it "Disrespects (his) ancestors", even though he hasn't even seen the movie...
How the hell can you make that kind of serious judgement if you haven't even seen the film yet?
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LOL!! So, my analysis of what I believe the filmmaker's intent was is invalid? Think about that for a minute and then get over yourself.
Did I say it was invalid? I'm not even reffering to what you think about the movie and I don't care. You are entitled to view it anyway you want, but don't sit on your high horse and tell me what I need to think about. Stick to what YOU need to think about since that's all you have control over.

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trollslayer wrote:
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He's a scary person who actually has a congregation. Maybe he can be the new "Stephen" in Django2...lol
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Just the look of him was scary and his hatred of other blacks was even more frightening!

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#444
Feb 15, 2013
 
Bychance37 wrote:
<quoted text>Did I say it was invalid? I'm not even reffering to what you think about the movie and I don't care. You are entitled to view it anyway you want, but don't sit on your high horse and tell me what I need to think about. Stick to what YOU need to think about since that's all you have control over.
Hold it. We're in this thread analyzing this movie and I offered what I think the filmmaker wanted us to think about and I express that in the context of this thread and that's being on a high horse? What the fck are you talking about? SMH
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Feb 16, 2013
 
LAcreole wrote:
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Have you watched the entire movie? Because if not, how can you judge it that brashly by stating it's a mockery of slavery? I haven't seen the movie yet so I personally will not judge it until I watch it in its entirety.
slavery is a mockery it is a mockery of humanity I think the movie deals with that very well there's a lot of subtle things in the movie 1 would have to see it twice the first time for entertainment then the second time for now analysis its design like a bee Movie but if you pay close attention it gets very very deep I don't want to give anything away but pay attention to not only the dialogue but also the set
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Feb 16, 2013
 
It's basically a revenge movie. Slavery is ultimately minor to the movie. There's a bigger picture that deal with a Black hero.

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DerekJ wrote:
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Hold it. We're in this thread analyzing this movie and I offered what I think the filmmaker wanted us to think about and I express that in the context of this thread and that's being on a high horse? What the fck are you talking about? SMH
Maybe you should go back and read it.

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Bychance37 wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe you should go back and read it.
You're all butt hurt because I have a different view....I get it...trust me. SMH

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