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Darwin in X:Men - First Class. Portrayed very shittily.


Probably the only part of this film that pissed me off when they had a stereotypical black guy, who dies first and the bit where Sebastian says 'we all know what its like to be enslaved' and just as he says that, they zoom into Darwin's face. It was just embarrasing and had a weird whiff of ... maybe not racism.. but just old fashioned attitudes.



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Taranatino trying to act alongside Jackson in pulp fiction is truly embarrassing, the only turd in an otherwise fantastic film. The third of fourth time he says 'nigger' i was hoping Sam would get his .45 out and shut him the fuck up.

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Speed: The black guy in the convertible who gets his car 'commisioned' to chase the bus. He talks jive, says 'huuuu shit!' a lot and is cringeworthy in the stereotyping and general unfunniness in an otherwise excellent action movie.

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Speed: The black guy in the convertible who gets his car 'commisioned' to chase the bus. He talks jive, says 'huuuu shit!' a lot and is cringeworthy in the stereotyping and general unfunniness in an otherwise excellent action movie.


Agree with this, he also makes an appearance in the second film too, when he gets his boat nicked at the end. Although lets not pretend there was anything great about that film.

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The Treadstone operative known as 'Mannheim' in The Bourne Identity. He never utters a word, kills a key character (from the books at least) at the end, and every time he's shown, he looks like someone's just taken a massive shit in front of him. Either that or he's just being typically Parisian.



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