On Christmas Day, both Tom Hooper’s Les Miserables and Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, two of the most anticipated movies of the winter season, will go head-to-head at the box office. While the two have completely different target audiences, there’s definitely a lot of people who want to see and will enjoy both. There’s really only one way to compare these two films: Which film is sadder?
That’s right the hilarious folks from Funny-or-Die took Hollywood’s baddest motherf*cking actor, Samuel L. Jackson, and placed him against movie land’s sweetheart, Anne Hathaway in a round of the Sad-Off! When you think Jackson couldn’t top every hilarious character he’s ever played, he does. And warning to the Hathaway fans, your princess isn’t so pretty-n-pink, she’s a destroyer of gingerbread houses!
Jackson defends his film with the notion that slavery is the saddest thing that’s every happened in US history. He puts up quite the fight, almost making Hathaway break character as one of his ginger-people carry a large bale of “cotton.” Hathaway fights back, trying desperately to shed her good-girl persona, which she pretty much did as Selina Kyle in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises. She takes it to another level as she surpasses Samuel L. Jackson in the use of profanity.
Take a look below, and we want to know who do you think’s the winner of this Sad-Off?
Sad-Off: Samuel L. Jackson VS Anne Hathaway – Funny or Die