Did you like the movie Django Unchained?
Jamie Foxx plays a free man in this Tarantino flick.
I thought it was just Okay. I don't see why it is nominated for best picture on the Golden Globe Awards. The movie also ran fairly long for having a rather simple plot. I'm still a Tarantino fan but This not close to being a "Pulp Fiction" with regard to fresh creativity. The real "stand out" was the blood spurts from gun shot inflicted wounds. Leonardo Dicaprio played a great bad guy.Christoph Waltz was excellent as the bounty hunter mentor and Jamie Fox was adequate. The role of Broomhilda played by Kerry Washington was so insignificant that it could have been played any actress. Samuel Jackson was Samuel Jackson. lol! Overall I'd give the movie a 7 out 10.
I liked it. The only thing I would comment on is that the pacing was a little slow, but I understand the reason behind that...Tarantino wanted to establish the development between Shultz and Django. I thought it was a great film and was violent as hell but what would a Tarantino film be without the graphic violence? The thing about Tarantino films is his use of dialogue and I thought his dialogue was spot on especially when Christoph Waltz was on screen. He was such a charismatic presence on screen, you just instantly like him. Jamie Foxx played Django pretty well portraying a slave who becomes a free man looking for his wife while partnering up with Schultz to become a bounty hunter. I thought Jamie Foxx was a good choice to play the part but I wondered what Will Smith would have been like as Django if he stayed on the project.
by Steven Escareno5 years ago
According to various sources, legendary Hollywood director, Spike Lee, has openly condemned Tarantino's new film; citing that it's not only a racist portrayal of slavery in America, but he plans to boycott it as well,...
by platinumOwl44 years ago
Did you see the movie D'jango unchained"If you did what did you think of the dialogue of the main characters? Overlooking the excessive use of the "n" word the dialogue in my opinion is classic.
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