Written January 16, 2017
Django (The D is Silent) was excellent. The story, the acting, the filiming were all top shelf and perfectly Tarantino! This is the best Tarantino movie yet and the cast was over the top good. This movie deserves recognition and Tarantino deserves an award. Great job QT!
Written March 23, 2017
A must see. People are going to love it, or they're really going to take offense to it. I'm new to the Tarantino-eque movie, so I was not prepared for all the killing, blood and gore. That aside, the acting was just phenomenal. Yes, the n-word is said hundreds of times. Yes, there are intense scenes of whipping and killing. The understanding has to be there that this is supposed to be a depiction of of what it was like in the 1800s. It isn't the be all, end all. It sure is entertaining. Oh, and the soundtrack really adds that extra umph to the film!
Written May 07, 2015
Yes it's violent, but this is Tarentino at his best. The constant sense of outrage at the behaviors of the period driven characters is perfectly tempered by the absurdity of their beliefs and actions. The emotional whipsaw of hilarity; then violence and sometimes violence AS hilarity was nothing short of genius. Remember how conflicted we all felt watching the unhinged; unapologetic violence of Pulp Fiction while laughing so hard it left us dazed and confused? Well Django is an all-out thrill ride that demands you pay attention to the incredible injustice that was and in all to many instances, still is rampant. Anyone upset by the 100+ utterances of the "N" word-trust me; it's use is more than balanced by the sheer ignorance and ineptitude written into the character portrayal of the slave owners and those who supported the institution. This is the most fun I've had at a movie all year. What a way to end or start the year. See this movie; early and often! Thanks Quentin.
Written February 20, 2017
This is a modern day Blazing Saddles. Mel Brooks has to be jealous that he could not push the envelope as Tarrantino did with Django Unchained. This movie will last the ages. If you go to a Quentin Tarrantino movie and are shocked at the racial slurs and languange well then that's like expecting to go to a Jewish Deli and order a pulled Pork sandwich. It's Good vs. Evil and the movie does expose some of the brutality that did exist in the late 1850's in regards to slavery. It was a reality that this country had to overcome. A must see movie. The acting is great but the writing is over the top.
Written December 26, 2012
i never been a fan of his movies he does not impress me weak movies in my opinion.just senseless violence and etc.i like action movies and horror my favorite but his movies ill pass