ByCrowsley Hernando, writer at Creators.co

No Spoiler here.....

Quick post but basically The use of the N-word literally at least once every 2 minutes the entire movie was very distracting and took away from an otherwise good movie. Yes we get he wants to push the boundaries.....he's done it in all his films. The same themes...so it's to be expected. However, it's really A LOOOOOOOOT.

"SOOOO Taboo"
"SOOOO Taboo"

It started to get tiring. Maybe if you are not black you won't react that way and maybe you wont if you are black as well.....but being black....dude it was very distracting.

"gallons and gallons and gallons...oh my"
"gallons and gallons and gallons...oh my"

I'm desensitized when it comes to gallons of blood....so I enjoyed every blood soaked moment of this otherwise masterpiece of fuckedupness.

Once I got over Tarantino's need to be as LOUDLY CONTROVERSIAL as possible I was able to appreciate the film and it's pretty damn good. Being a writer I figure out stories extremely fast there are always clues left ahead of time that a smart observer can use to predict a entire film. ( It's prolly soo annoying to go to a movie with me...he's gonna stab him with the pen.....the girl that died is her sister etc..) which is why I usually go alone. But I didn't predict barely anything in this....so for me it was extremely refreshing.

" I didn't figure it out!"
" I didn't figure it out!"

SO really I don't think the film needed all the offensiveness to be GOOD. It would have been without it. If Tarantino wants to shock his audiences toning it down might be his next best move.

"Eww...I won't do that!"
"Eww...I won't do that!"
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