Tag Archives: Quentin Tarantino

Cinema Review – Django Unchained

Fresh from putting his name to the unholy mess that was The Man with the Iron Fists, Quentin Tarantino is back behind the camera for Django Unchained. The story is that of a bounty hunter, Dr King Schultz (Christoph Waltz), who needs a certain slave to identify one of his targets. Django (Jamie Foxx) is that slave and the pair quickly become equals and allies who take on the might of plantation and slave owner Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio). Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Man With The Iron Fists

In order to protect his village from a band of warriors and assassins, a blacksmith must create intricate weapons of death. As well as this, the blacksmith channels an ancient energy in order to become a living weapon. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai

A penniless ronin arrives at the house of a great Lord wishing to commit ritual suicide in his courtyard, and thus, in death, gain back some of the honour he has lost in life. Continue reading

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Rant – The Problem With Kick-Ass

“Why has no one ever tried to be a superhero?” ponders Dave – ordinary teenage nerd. Fair point. Bruce Wayne didn’t have superpowers and he did just fine, but then that wasn’t our world was it? Dave decides to become masked vigilante and takes to the streets in a modified wetsuit in the guise of Kick-Ass. It just so happens that he is not the first to have the idea… Continue reading

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