'Django Unchained': The Controversy Surrounding Quentin Tarantino's New Film Explained in Five Clicks
It wouldn't be a new Quentin Tarantino release without someone calling out the controversial director. And many objections have already been made against the filmmaker's latest movie, Django Unchained, which opened Christmas Day.
As usual with Tarantino, reviewers and audiences seem to love the film, yet plenty of prominent critics and activists are up in arms about his fondness for extreme violence, his brazen historical revisionism, and his frequent, matter-of-fact use of the n-word.
Django Unchained, an epic Western about the quest of a freed slave (Jamie Foxx) to rescue his wife (Kerry Washington) from an evil plantation owner (Leonardo DiCaprio) in the pre-Civil War South, raises all those issues and more. Fortunately, Celebuzz can help you navigate Django's briar patch of thorny concerns via the gallery at the top of this article -- in just five simple steps.
Click and save the talking points above, and you'll be able to join in the discussion about Django's controversies -- even if you haven't seen the movie. (Like that ever stops people.)