Max Evry January 7, 2013
Quentin Tarantino has many filmic fetishes, whether it’s for cartoon violence, inside-the-trunk shots, a potpourri of pop culture references, and ladies feet. To the great disdain of Spike Lee, one of QT’s more controversial habits is lacing his flicks with a spree of N-Bombs, usually coming out of Samuel L. Jackson, but not always. Although we obviously don’t condone white people using the word in real life, we don’t think its many appearances in “Django Unchained” could be construed as racism on Tarantino’s part. Damn, there’s a lot of them, though.
Because we figured you’d be curious, we sat through “Django,” “Reservoir Dogs,” “Pulp Fiction,” and “Jackie Brown” to tally up how many times “that word” came up. Here’s the results, make of it what you will…
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