January 14, 2013
It's awesome, are you surprised?
Quentin stands out from the crowd even more with Django. I won't comment on the violence becasuse you know it will be there, it's done effectively and for a reason, and it's done in a style that makes it somewhat cartoonish and easier to digest.
I wont comment on the acting becuase everyone is excellent, as expected, and there are some great casting choices like Don Johnson who do a great job. Same for scenery, editing, writing, cinemetography etc. it's Quentin and its worth the time and money at twice the price.
I will comment on the length. It was as long as it needed to be to tell the story the way Quentin wanted it told. It is therefore the ideal length and it seems like an hour when you are there. It flows so well and holds your interest, lenght is never an issue.
I will also comment on the most striking aspect of the movie, and that is slavery. I found this the hardest thing to deal with, from the n-word all the way to the abuse and hopelessness. It sucked.
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