Written November 01, 2014
Saw it on Christmas Day, with three others. We all loved it. Very exceptional. Great entertainment, really great action. Spell binding. Did not seem like a long movie. Controversial theme pulled together well, amazing piece of work. Can't wait to see it again. Language and action make this a definite mature audience event.
Written December 26, 2012
Love, Love, Love this movie!! Quintin Tarintino has truly brought back the good old fashioned spaghetti western, and managed to bring it up to date with modern music that fit the movie to a Tee! Although it is no Good The Bad & The Ugly, this movie has it all, although if you are afraid of the sight of blood you might want to wear red glasses so you won't notice all of the gore. What I can say is that with all of the hoopla in regards to Quintin having to apologize for the violence in this movie, what I can say is that the movie is very true of the times, and also is no different for our times than the Good The Bad & The Ugly was for it's time. All of the Characters where well suited by the acters that portrayed them, and I truly believe that this is one of the best westerns that I have seen in a long time. I truly this that this will be in the lines of a Kill Bill type of movie and will be come a cult classic.. 5 Stars and a MUST SEE!!!
Written October 02, 2014
My husband and I both enjoyed it. As with most Quentin Tarantino films, the acting, cinematography, script, and directing were all spot on. The story was great. This is an adult film, and yes, as you'd expect has language, dicey subject matter, and violence, but it will be a film that will be as enjoyable 10 years from now as it is today.
Written April 19, 2015
This is a must go see despite what the critics say. Jamie Foxx, Samuel Jackson, Leonardo D. and Christopher Waltz were all outstanding. Jamie might get a oscar nod for this.The acting was great with a comedic flare. Cinematography is good but bloody at times. This is one of Terantino's best films. It is somewhat graphic at times and a little bloody but that is Terantino;s MO. A must see; for yourself and you be the judge; do not listen to the critics. It does depict the brutality of slavery but don't get mad just remember how far we have come. In closing for the ladies it is one scene in the movie that will give a new appreciation for Jamie Foxx if you know what I mean.
Written March 27, 2015
As usual, Tarantino was fantastic. Thoroughly enjoyed this movie, although I think that "Inglorious Basterds" remains Tarantino's best film to date. Christoph Waltz makes a great anti-hero, and Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio looked like naturals in their roles, but Samuel L. Jackson may have given the most impressive performance of the bunch. The violence is no worse than the first "Kill Bill" movie, but the movie still is not for the feint of heart.