Quentin Tarantino will return this Christmas with Django Unchained starring Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Don Johnson, Kerry Washington, Samuel L. Jackson, RZA & Leonardo DiCaprio, peep the trailer below.
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Some dope new music from PUSH! Montana featuring Freddie Gibbs & Killa Kyleon, this one is called Fa Sho.
Hand to Hands make em dance like Gator from Jungle Fever- Gibbs
Jackie Brown was Quentin Tarantino’s third film back in 1997, it was an adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s novel Rum Punch which was published in 1992. Tarantino’s films rely heavily upon the score/soundtrack and the funny scene below between Chris Tucker (Beaumont) & Samuel L. Jackson (Ordell) is no exception.
Much respect would be due to anyone who could name the State Property song that used the sample from Strawberry #23, I’ve been searching for that track for a hot minute.
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New trailer for The Other Guys starring Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg, Samuel L. Jackson, Eva Mendes & The Rock directed by Adam McKay. In Theatres this summer, goddamn this looks funny.
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The first trailer to Iron Man 2 was dope but this one gives a better look at the upcoming film coming to theatres 5-7-2010. We get a look at the newcomers to the series, Don Cheadle, Scarlett Johansen, Sam Rockwell & Mickey Rourke, not to mention a glimpse of Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury think Avengers : Hulk, Ironman, Thor & Captain America)
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like boyz in the hood this movie changed my life. that could be contributed to the similarities i had with the film and my life at the time. Starring Tyrin Turner Larenz Tate and Jada Pinkett Smith this gritty inner city film depicted life in the streets in its rawest form. This hughes brothers film wanted to give movie goers a glimpse of what it was like trying to survive the mean streets of south central LA in watts and the jordan downs district. What most people dont know is that originally Tupac Shakur was cast to play the part of O-dog, but after assaulting director Allen Hughes he was replaced by Larenz Tate. I must admit i would have loved to see 2pac as o-dog but LT did a good job. So the stage is set with Tat lawson( Samuel L .Jackson) as caines dad when caine (Tyrin Turner)as a youngster, witnesses his father murder a man…. take a look
after losing his parents to prison and drugs Caine ,now a young man,is a high school graduate without a clue of what he is to do next in life. Consequently, a trip to the store for beer with O-dog suddenly turns him into an accomplice to murder and armed robbery. Caine is then given the oppurtunity to leavethe hood-life and his boys O-dog ,Stacey (Ryan Williams) and Sharif,(Vonte Sweet) behind and start over in Atlanta with the seductively sexy Ronnie (Jada Pinkett smith) ….whats a man to do.
the track by mc eiht in this film literally takes me back to bein a misguided teen but in an oddly soothing and reminiscent way….it makes me happy about my decisions as a teenager and how everything turned out
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I WAS HOPING TO GET THIS IN BEFORE THE END OF FEBRUARY BUT FUCK IT BLACK HISTORY IS EVER LASTING…………………..as black history month comes to a close i thought i’d honor some black history that i was alive to appreciate and enjoy.Berry Gordy’s the LAST DRAGON.with a bomb 80′s soundtrack, that fly ass vanity and the martial arts of BRUCE LEEROY GREEN and the late and hilariously pleasing villain SHO-NUFF and his crew make this an instant classic for any age. i must admit I was happy and concerned when i heard that Sam l. Jackson was rumored to be in the works with Kerry Gordy for a remake of this classic, Sam l. Jackson is rumored to be looking into a role as the baddest mofo lowdown around this town SHO-NUFF.wit rza lacing the tracks i hope this only adds to the films history instead of makin a mockery of it.
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Ok, Ok, Ok Sam Jackson now has his own fucking section! In one of the most thrilling movies of the decade “A Time to Kill” Sam delivers one of the best lines in movie history. 2 White men rape and abuse Sam’s young daughter so that nigga does what any real nigga would do, get the hammers and catch them muthafuckas! Sam kills both of them and is placed on trial for murder. I’m not gonna ruin this classic but I will say this, in a tense moment in the hot court room Sam Jackson utters classic wordage again
“Yes, they deserved to die and I hope they burn in hell!”
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