In the final "Calvin and Hobbes" comic strip at the end of 1995 the duo goes sledding and Calvin exclaims, "It's a magical world, Hobbes, ol' buddy... Let's go exploring!". It's a fitting end to one of the greatest comic strips ever.
Blaxploitation films in the 1970s were a highly controversial genre being called both empowering works as well as stereotypical representations of black America through the white lens. Movies like "Three the Hard Way" and "Uptown Saturday Night" created a genre that has all but disappeared in modern cinema. "Rum Punch" was the novel Tarantino adapted for the 1997 film "Jackie Brown" which was a tribute to these classics.