This weekend, go see "Django". I still can't get this movie outta my head- & I don't want to! Ignore all nonsense u've heard bout "violence"—
Michael Moore (@MMFlint) January 04, 2013
–Huffington Post movie critic Leslie Sisman
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–Chiderah Monde, New York Daily News
“Django Unchained” is classic Quentin Tarantino: blood, guns, and violence:
None of which seems to bother gun control advocate / pacifist Michael Moore one bit:
Is violence acceptable if the victims are evil white people?
Some people seem to think so.
It’s a line of thinking with which Moore seems to agree:
Guns … they are so cool! That is, if they’re used in a Michael Moore-approved way.
As we wrote last month, we’re not saying that violent films and video games are to blame for the mass shooting that took place in Newtown, Conn.
[W]e know who pulled the trigger there, and it wasn’t director Quentin Tarantino or the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre.
If we are going to have a national conversation on guns, though, can we at least ask why those in Hollywood who are so appalled by them can’t seem to find a movie prop they love more?