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C Fox is on the air doing a solo show in the Flick-Notes.com "Talkin' Flicks" podcast. Tonight, he will talk about "The Blind Side" (2009) with Sandra Bullock, Tim McGraw, Quinton Aaron, and Ray McKinnon and also Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" from 2012 starring Jamie Foxx, Kerry Washington, Christopher Walz, Samuel L. Jackson. Find out what C Fox liked and didn't lkike about each movie and what he took away from both. No holds barred.
Quentin Tarantino the mastermind of "out of the box" drama has sparked both controversy and rave reviews concerning his latest film to grace the silver screen, "Django Unchained." Was this film in poor taste, or was it a close depiction to the black holocaust of slavery and the commitment of one man to free himself and his wife? Does a Django who is unchained frighten the one who chained him? Join Ronald Zion Roseboro and in studio guest Nick Moore as they discuss the shocking reality of Django unchained.
the revolution of the mind continues…
Even before it hit theaters, Django Unchained created a buzz that split supporters, pundits, revolutionaries, Uncle Toms and critics right down the line.
known for his over-the-top revenge fantasy films, Quentin Tarantino dared to go where no other white (or Black) film maker has ever gone before : telling a sweeping love story using slavery as his backdrop.
Did he step over the line … or is this movie a cinematic masterpiece?
AreYouScreening.com host and BFCA film critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review Django Unchained and Promised Land.
It's getting down to the wire on the year, and this week we're looking at two strong films that are getting a lot of buzz. Maybe not front-runners for Best Picture, but bound to be on a lot of top ten lists.
Ron March "Talk show host and motivative speaker".....The real Django Unchained....Ron March will decode this movie from a different perspective.......The information spread by Ron has always been to strengthen the people and to preserve, and improve the quality of life for our community. Ron is a firm believer that knowledge and the spreading of informative news is the key to not only developing a strong and lucrative urban community but also will develop strong and lucrative people.
Join us in our inaugural episode -- yes, Madness & Reality Radio is here! Tonight we'll discuss the historic significance of the this week's inauguration of America's first black president relative to to Martin Luther King Day. Amd more importantly, what it means for the country. Also we'll take a look at the criticisms of the movie Django Unchained. Specifically, we'll explore the validity of the criticisms, and how we've internalized them as we move forward in this post-racial era of "blackness".
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Hey kids here's a little holiday gift from me to you. I have a bonus episode tonight live for my review of Django Chained. Now is not a spolier free episode so if you haven't seen it, you've been warn, but if you have seen Django feel free to call in and give us your take on this awesome movie.
Perhaps best remembered for his role in "Breaking Away," with Dennis Quaid, Daniel Stern and Paul Dooley, was the sleeper hit of 1979. His performance earned him a Golden Globe Award, a British Academy of Film and Television Award (BAFTA) and a Youth in Film Award. Christopher is no stranger to period dramas, having been featured in the final season of HBO’s "Deadwood," a re-working of the traditional Western. Other series credits include starring as 'Jack of all Trades' in "Profiler," and a recurring role in "Roswell." He has guest starred in "Six Feet Under," "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," "Crossing Jordan," among others. Mini-series and others include Stephen King’s "It," "Natural Enemies," "Curaçao," and "Willing to Kill: The Texas Cheerleader Story." Christopher starred opposite Elizabeth Taylor in the Tony Award-winning Broadway revival of "The Little Foxes." Stage accolades include both the L.A. Drama Critics Award for Lead Performance, plus two others for his role as Alan Turing in the West Coast premiere of "Breaking the Code.," and has received awards for performances in "Balm in Gilead" and "American Buffalo." Throughout his career, Dennis Christopher has worked with many legendary film directors, such as Federico Fellini in "Roma," Robert Altman in "3 Women and a Wedding," Hugh Hudson in Academy Award winning "Best Picture" in "Chariots of Fire," and many other. Currently, Dennis will be seen in yet another legendary director's film, Quentin Tarantino's "Django," scheduled for release on Christmas day, and with an all-star cast, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Christoph Waltz, Jamie Foxx, Samuel L. Jackson, and Kurt Russell.
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