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Cool Videos: NSFW Supercut of all 171 times Sam Jackson has said motherf-er

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Samuel L. Jackson is a national treasure. There are very few actors out there who I feel instantly make a movie more watchable. Morgan Freeman is one and Samuel L. Jackson is another. Both actors have iconic voices and have lent themselves to some of the biggest films of the last four decades. The biggest difference between the two? The sheer numbers of times they utter the word motherf*cker.

While I have not chronicled how many times Morgan Freeman has said that word, I highly doubt it comes anywhere close to the 171 utterances from Samuel L. Jackson's career. The Huffington Post has been kind enough to compile a supercut of all those motherf*ckers into a nice three and a half minute video. As a bonus, they showcase them in chronological order! The winning film with the most motherf*ckers in JACKIE BROWN with 37. For the full list, head over to their site. Otherwise, enjoy this, motherf*ckers.

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5:05AM on 07/31/2014
I kinda figured it was more than that.
I kinda figured it was more than that.
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1:35AM on 07/31/2014
Saw him in person at a press conference for Kingsman: The Secret Service...really unpleasant man. I think he feels that he can ride on his reputation as a badass and do whatever the hell he wants. All the journalists put their phones on the table to record the press conference. One of the phones rang. Sam Jackson answers it, yells at the person on the other side of the line, puts down the phone and asks the journalist to own up and "claim your f**king phone." Should he/she have silenced the
Saw him in person at a press conference for Kingsman: The Secret Service...really unpleasant man. I think he feels that he can ride on his reputation as a badass and do whatever the hell he wants. All the journalists put their phones on the table to record the press conference. One of the phones rang. Sam Jackson answers it, yells at the person on the other side of the line, puts down the phone and asks the journalist to own up and "claim your f**king phone." Should he/she have silenced the phone? Of course. But did they deserve that kind of humiliation? No. There has been precedence. He would not stop tearing apart the poor guy who confused him for Laurence Fishburne and he forced Jake Hamilton into saying the n-word in a really uncomfortable interview for Django Unchained. I'm a tad disillusioned.
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5:47AM on 07/31/2014
The "nigger" interview was awkward, but I think he was trying to make a point. Everybody knows what you mean when you say the "n-word," so just say it. It's obvious the interviewer wasn't going to be seen as calling SLJ that. I think he was just trying to strip away, and show some of the fear and control that has, and an irritation with that kinda "white guilt." The interviewer was put on the spot unfairly perhaps, but I really don't like it either. Going up and calling someone a nigger is
The "nigger" interview was awkward, but I think he was trying to make a point. Everybody knows what you mean when you say the "n-word," so just say it. It's obvious the interviewer wasn't going to be seen as calling SLJ that. I think he was just trying to strip away, and show some of the fear and control that has, and an irritation with that kinda "white guilt." The interviewer was put on the spot unfairly perhaps, but I really don't like it either. Going up and calling someone a nigger is unacceptable, but to say "you say the word nigger a lot in this film and play a part so demented, his on Candies side, bossing other blacks around - what was that like? Nothing wrong with that. But the others, u win
6:28PM on 07/30/2014
I've only heard Morgan Freeman drop the MF bomb once and that was in Wanted (2008). One of the greatest screen moments I'll treasure forever.
I've only heard Morgan Freeman drop the MF bomb once and that was in Wanted (2008). One of the greatest screen moments I'll treasure forever.
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7:39PM on 07/30/2014
Think he let one slip in Nurse Betty...
Think he let one slip in Nurse Betty...
5:54PM on 07/30/2014
My favorite explicit rant of his in any film is Pulp Fiction. Just great dialogue and even better delivery.
My favorite explicit rant of his in any film is Pulp Fiction. Just great dialogue and even better delivery.
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