Quentin Tarantino's eight feature, Django Unchained, is earning raves around the country. "The boisterous, outlandish, fiercely intelligent Django Unchained is at once an act of provocation and reparation -- not just for slavery, but for Hollywood's decades of saintly Negroes and sass-talking sidekicks," writes Scott Foundas in his review.
But the raves aren't universal.
The worst part of Tarantino's flicks is his insistence on stepping in front of the camera.
He SUCKS as an actor ... worse than Nicolas Cage ...
Write, direct and let the PROFESSIONALS do the acting, Quentin.
Have you seen Django Unchanged? What do you think about the movie? What do you think about Quentin Tarantino?
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