"Is this appealing?" Overstreet questions Tarantino's latest trailer

At his Looking Closer, Jeffrey Overstreet asks some interesting questions about the way Tarantino’s new movie is marketed.

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  • http://www.christandpopculture.com/ Richard Clark

    Wow, that trailer is one of the most frustrating and disturbing things I’ve seen in a while. Leave it to Tarantino to turn the Holocaust into a popcorn flick.

  • http://nowheresville.us The Dane

    @Rich – Two things: a) it’s not about the Holocaust; and b) I can only think of a handful of WWII movies that aren’t popcorn flicks. You yeah, I guess my admonition is Don’t get upset about business as usual as though it’s not just business as usual.

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