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Quentin Tarantino Uses Simplistic Term “Murderer” to Describe NYPD but he Wants Complex Nuance When Describing his Movie Character Villians

October 26th, 2015 · No Comments

Quentin Tarantino, who appeared to be the ultimate tool when protesting in New York City against the NYPD, painted any officer in the NYPD and essentially across America involved in the shooting of a suspect as a murderer, yet Mr. Tarantino would never use such simplistic characterization for his movie character villians.

In Quentin Tarantino’s movie world a character’s backstory, motivation, and circumstance all must be taken into account as they proceed to chop the head off of another movie character. There rarely is pure good and evil in Tarantino’s Hollywood and coincidentally in most modern Hollywood and television characters, yet Tarantino offers no such nuance for the real world police officers that protect us every single day, he flat out labeled any officer who shoots a suspect in the line of duty, “a murderer”:

Quentin Tarantino, “What am I doing here, I’m doing here because I’m a human being with a conscience and when I see murder, I cannot stand by and I have to call the murderered, the murdered, and I have to call the murderers, the murderers.

Of course Tarantino is a phony and just utterly uncool as he stated this:

Tarantino, “I have something to say but actually I want to give my time to the families who want to talk.”

This idiot thinks he is in Congress, there is no time to yield, Tarantino could speak as long as he wanted and the families would have as much time as they wanted, but you see this is not Quentin Tarantino’s commercial for one of his lame cartoon movies that has not had any juice, any coolness, any relevance since Pulp Fiction. This is not his commercial in which he expects the entertainment reporter to fete him and bow down to his delusional greatness and talk about his oeuvre. Hey Quentin when you start talking about your “Oeuvre” you have officially become a parody of yourself.

But anyway, little Quentin yielded his time so he could offer his one paragraph pedantic rant and not be subject to questioning, hopefully one more entertainment reporter will have the guts to question Tarantino when he is on his next phony movie commercial.

Oh and did anyone catch Tarantino pull a Hillary Clinton and try to employ an African-American accent combined with slang, “I’m doing here”. Mr. Tarantino would run away from his so called brethren if he ever set foot in a depresssed urban ghetto without the aid of a camera.

Quentin Tarantino Uses Simplistic Term Murderer to Describe NYPD but he Wants Nuance When Describing his Movie Character Villians

Quentin Tarantino Uses Simplistic Term Murderer to Describe NYPD but he Wants Nuance When Describing his Movie Character Villians

Quentin Tarantino Uses Simplistic Term Murderer to Describe NYPD but he Wants Nuance When Describing his Movie Character Villians

Quentin Tarantino Uses Simplistic Term Murderer to Describe NYPD but he Wants Nuance When Describing his Movie Character Villians

Quentin Tarantino Uses Simplistic Term Murderer to Describe NYPD but he Wants Complex Nuance When Describing his Movie Character Villians

Quentin Tarantino Uses Simplistic Term Murderer to Describe NYPD but he Wants Complex Nuance When Describing his Movie Character Villians

Quentin Tarantino, Malibu's Most Wanted, a Satire of Himself since 1996, Kangol hat, fake African-American accent, wannabe black but would run from real inner city blacks without the aid of his camera.

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