Written December 30, 2012
Typical Tarrantino film. Lots of blood, long and funny to some but stupid to others! Will not see it again. Didn't hold a candle to Pulp Fiction and can't imagine it being nominated for any award!
Written October 23, 2014
This film is a sadistic exhibition of gratuitous violence, packaged in a macabre and ghoulish manner and delivered to an audience under the guise of entertainment. The coldness of its long series of gruesome murders, coupled with the obvious attempt at mocking the ugliness of slavery, combined to have utterly disgusted this viewer. While accustomed to Tarantino's genre and bearing no illusions at what to expect in terms of violent content going in, even so, I found this film was violent and ugly on a level far removed from the physical, much unlike the dark comedic emphasis present in Tarantino’s “Machete.” Instead this one was just gruesome, physically and morally, with nearly nothing to offer in entertainment value to any normal person. This one is more or less a type of blood porn, far uglier and deviant than your typical ‘slasher’ fare. Save your money. If this sort of vicarious experience entertains you, it might be wise to seek the help of a mental health professional.
Written December 28, 2012
Django Unchained - cast well and superb acting, however it could have had 200-300 less N Bombs. Gunfight, N-Bomb, N-Bomb, Gunfight, N-Bomb. Tarantino is obsessed w/N-Bombs. Strike 1. After Inglorious Bastards "Nazi Hunter"... now he has a Slave turned Bounty Hunter movie. I was curious to see how this was accomplished and found he's defined a new genre: Retroactive Politically Correct Revenge flicks. If that's your thing - check it out, otherwise you can skip this one.
Written October 28, 2014
Very funny movie, and for a two hour movie you would never know because if keeps moving. There are no lag spots like some movies of this length. DO NOT take young children to see the movie very adult well some adults
Written December 26, 2012
This is Tarantino's political anti South, anti white propaganda film.....and this from a Tarantino fan. He has Christoph play the identical character from Inglorious Bastards and even uses the same trick of speaking a different language so that the group around him will not understand the plan. Why repeat the same scene and charter.
This is basically southern slave owners substituted for Natzis. Natzis, however, focused on the animation of the Jews and domination of other countries. While I have limited knowledge of southern slavery, I doubt this is how most slave owners treated their 'property."