Written August 01, 2015
Great movie! It was very entertaining from the start and the characters were great. As is typical with QT movies: over the top in terms of story line, violence and bloodshed, but you should always expect that and come prepared! It was a lot of fun and I highly recommend it.
Written May 27, 2016
Funny, great acting, a spaghetti western,with a few surprises. A Western which takes in pre Civil War South, where the bad guys get their due. The audience loved it and applauded at the end.
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 February 13, 2016
QT does it again. I will admit, this movie is not for everyone but if you have seen other QT movies, you will enjoy. The way the movie was shot, the soundtrack which is probably one of the best I have ever heard, and the casting was all great! Jamie Foxx and Chris Waltz are a great team and Samuel Jackson is to die for. It is very graphic as all of his movies are so leave the kids at home. This is worth seeing on the big screen and I know that others will agree.
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."