django unchained


V.21 No.51 |

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The Daily Word in beauty pageants, bilingual dogs, maple syrup, and a disgraced former APD cop returns to Albuquerque

The Daily Word

Rogue APD cop who served part of his lengthy sentence in Pelican Bay is back in town.

Miss Las Cruces resigned her title after being charged with DWI.

Miss USA is Miss Universe.

A "driving under the influence of marijuana" charge was filed against a man in Washington state.

The President of France came close to apologizing to Algeria for all the crap it went through under French colonization.

Colorado, Mayan apocalypse and the inspiration for Indiana Jones.

Anchorman 2 will be released one year from today.

Get yer bulletproof backpacks heah!

Authorities in Canada have recovered two thirds of the stolen national strategic maple syrup reserve, arrested three.

Montreal passed a bylaw requiring dogs to respond to commands in both English and French.

Here is a collection of the main title sequences from all the James Bond films.

A huge mall is set to be built in a town of four in Sweden.

Good, if short, NYT Willie Nelson interview.

Unusual menstrual pads.

Andy Richter can help you come out this holiday.

Samuel L. Jackson and Anne Hathaway find out who's movie is more depressing.


V.21 No.51 | 12/20/2012
“Do ya feel lucky, cowboy? Well, do ya?”

Film Review

Django Unchained

Italian Western meets blaxploitation revenge in Tarantino’s latest B-movie blow-up

Quentin Tarantino may be America’s greatest pulp film historian. He’s certainly the greatest one actually making movies—as opposed to simply writing guidebooks on obscure cinema. His films are crammed with so many in-jokes, homages and references to previous cult films it would take an NYU grad student a week just to alphabetize them.
V.21 No.14 | 4/5/2012

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The Daily Word in Sandler sweeps, brand new Beatles and Mega Millions unclaimed

The Daily Word

Seven dead and three wounded as a gunman opens fire at Oikos University in Oakland.

The offspring of John, Paul, George and Ringo hint at a new version of the Beatles.

According to polls, Denmark is the happiest country in the world.

Meanwhile, a survey finds that 33 is the happiest age to be.

I’d consider finding an original Picasso for $14 at a thrift store money well spent.

James Murdoch steps down from his post as BSkyB chairman in light of hacking scandals.

Kentucky defeats Kansas 67-59 for their eighth NCAA national title.

Not one of the three Mega Millions jackpot winners have stepped up to claim their prize.

Adam Sandler’s Jack and Jill swept all 10 categories it was nominated for at the Razzies, an awards show for awful movies.

George Zimmerman is ready to turn himself in if charged with the murder of Trayvon Martin.

The first glimpse of Tarantino’s Django Unchained.

V.20 No.29 | 7/21/2011

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The Daily Word with a Casey Anthony Dunking Booth, Leisure Diving, Return of Charlie Sheen

The Daily Word

Rupert Murdoch’s in boiling hot water after Britain’s phone hacking scandal claims two police officers’ jobs.

Three American teenage girls sweep Google’s very first Science Fair.

The DMV rejects a request from a Nevada man wanting a ‘GOPALIN’ license plate.

A Kentucky bluegrass fair unveils the Casey Anthony Dunking Booth.

Somewhere, Darwin is laughing. A local copper thief gets a 480-volt shock after cutting through a power line at East San Jose Elementary. Meanwhile, a man in South Carolina tries the same thing and dies.

Kevin Costner joins an already incredible cast for Tarantino’s new spaghetti western Django Unchained.

A woman is discovered as having a third nipple ... on her foot.

Borders is liquidating and closing its 399 remaining stores.

No more planking, no more owling; now it’s all about leisure diving.

Still kicking, still winning: Charlie Sheen signs on for the new sitcom “Anger Management.”

The “Cash Cab” hits and kills a pedestrian in Vancouver.