Written March 31, 2015
This is one of Tarantino's best if not the best. Fantastic acting by everyone, honestly. Jamie Foxx was good on so many levels. Christoph Waltz brought his character to life and was outstanding. Leonardo DiCaprio proved again why he's probably the best actor in a generation. What he did with his character was amazing. Having these three interact on screen was a high point in film over the past few years.
The story was really good. Use of drama, suffering, and comedy was masterful.
Written August 29, 2015
As someone who is a writer and takes the art of movie making as serious as I do the entertainment value, Django reaches new dimensions. Jamie Fox has always been talented but the combination of a "Save the cat script" an epic love story and tremendous performences by Di caprio and Samuel L all you can do is watch in amazment. Quniten was able to take the serious and historical nature of slavery and parse it with a fast paced love story for the ages. A true classic in any sence. Grab some popcorn, soda and use the bathroom it is a long one but well worth the climactic coposition. By far the best move I have seen in a long time and I do not say that lightly. I intend on seeing it many times over!
Written December 27, 2014
Once Again one of the greatest film makers of our time has blessed us with another great film. He casted the perfect characters and if you like action, westerns, or a good store this movie doesn't dissapoint. I apologize for forgetting his name but the character that played the "Jew Hunter" in Tarrentiono's other film was excellent. His character was witty and great. Also DJANGO couldn't of been casted better. This movie was just a fun ride all the way through. I heard some people complaining about the run time before the movie but during the whole movie I didn't see anyone leave the theatre because they didn't want to miss a minute. I caint recommend a better must see movie out right now.
Written December 27, 2012
If you like Tarantino movies, you will love Django. There is gratuitous violence, blood, and swearing. Django is not for the squeamish. There's also 109 instances of the N word... Django is not for the easily offended.
Jamie Foxx, DiCaprio, Christoph Waltz, and Samuel L. Jackson absolutely nail their performances. Strap yourselves in for a wild ride. There are a few slow spots, but as a whole the plot is unpredictable and extremely exciting.
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Written December 29, 2014
Director Quentin Tarantino crafts an outrageously twisted spaghetti western - complete with ingenious characters played by the best-of-the-best actors. If you're a fan of Tarantino, you'll love this movie: Jam packed with over-the-top violence and improbability, the nearly three-hour movie leaves you exhausted. Exhausted, yet satisfied. Satisfied because you got to see a movie worth the ticket price. It's entertaining, and it's art.