Of the reams of writing and constant story updates done on Django Unchained, not much, if any, has been said about Kerry Washington's insipid role.
Does "Django Unchained" say anything about Hollywood with regard to its handling of sensitive subject matter like slavery?
Influential African Americans have attacked Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained for what they say is a flippant portrayal of slavery.
Who cares if his new film misses the mark? Quentin Tarantino's biggest achievement is as an advocate of trash cinema, writes John Patterson.
Quentin Tarantino, the master of bloodbath cinema, is to give his trademark comic-book treatment to the Nazis and World War II.
Shaun de Waal finds out more about Francis Ford Coppola's fully restored Godfather trilogy, out on DVD, and reviews more DVD releases.
The new Quentin Tarantino flick, writes Shaun de Waal, is unbelievably bad -- and nasty to boot.
The Mail & Guardian's top reviewers review some or the latest books on the shelves.