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Django Unchained (The D is silent)

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This.Movie.Was.EPIC.

I'm not a movie reviewer but I felt compelled to spread the word about this movie. Leonardo DiCaprio REALLY got into character and the parts were well played. Probably the best movie I have ever seen Jamie Foxx in.

Personally, I give it a 9 out of 10 ONLY because I don't think Rick Ross should have been played in a certain part of the movie. Doesn't necessarily fit the time period but I think that was the idea anyway knowing Tarantino. For 2.5 hours run time, at no point did it feel like it was dragging on.

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I think we all know that the D is silent......

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I think we all know that the D is silent......

You have to see the movie to catch the joke, but I feel you.

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Another amazing performance by Christoph Waltz. I believe he's the most talented actor in Hollywood today. Leonardo DiCaprio and Jamie Foxx performed well too. This movie has made me realize that Quentin Tarantino is a truly talented writer and director. He knows how to make a movie with the funniest and most serious scenes ever. Some of the scenes had me rolling in my seat at the theatre. Only two movies have made me do that that: Django Unchained and Inglourious Basterds (also written and directed by Tarantino).

I give it a 10/10, even if one song seemed out of place in that era.

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I thought this thread was about a sequel to the green lizzard movie xD

(that was Rango lol)

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Another amazing performance by Christoph Waltz. I believe he's the most talented actor in Hollywood today. Leonardo DiCaprio and Jamie Foxx performed well too. This movie has made me realize that Quentin Tarantino is a truly talented writer and director. He knows how to make a movie with the funniest and most serious scenes ever. Some of the scenes had me rolling in my seat at the theatre. Only two movies have made me do that that: Django Unchained and Inglourious Basterds (also written and directed by Tarantino).

I give it a 10/10, even if one song seemed out of place in that era.

Samuel L Jackson had me in tears! This movie had an abundance of funny moments. Especially the eye holes of the riders of the night. LMFAO

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im gonna see this soon, hopefully its good

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You have to see the movie to catch the joke, but I feel you.

guess i should watch the movie before spouting off then......my bad

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Another great outing from Quentin and easily one of the most humerous. The hood eyehole scene was hilarious. I suspected that Jackson's Uncle Rukus was the truly evil one and was happy to see that materialize, snowball. I like how he used the same over the top style as Inglorious to bring the catharsis home. Not sure why Spike Lee was so upset, maybe cause he didn't think of it first? :)

Dialogue was a little weaker in general, but the pacing, humor, and texture more than made up for it.

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I thought this thread was about a sequel to the green lizzard movie xD

(that was Rango lol)

Django (1966)

http://www.imdb.com/...ref_=fn_al_tt_2

The first Django western movie was from 1966 with the excellent Franco Nero. It is a completely different story than the new Tarantino movie, but of course Tarantino pays some sort of tribute to the movie he got the name from as Franco Nero is in a cameo role in the new movie.

Franco Nero to the right (duh)

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Went to see it last night, then when I got to the cinema, found it wasn't out here til the 18th! Arse!

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The D is silent indeed :)

9/10

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Great Movie.

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Awesome movie, the bag scene was brilliant! :)

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I've not seen a movie as good as this in what feels like quite awhile. Top marks from me and I'll be picking it up on Blu-ray as soon as it's released.

My favourite scene in the movie is without a doubt when Django shoots at Quentin (whilst he was carrying the dynamite) and the following explosion. Not only did I burst out laughing, almost everyone in the cinema did too. This is without a doubt (IMO) Quentin's best film.

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One of the best Django movie ever..I love the django role in it...I'll give them 10 out of 9 rating to this movie.....

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Not only did I burst out laughing, almost everyone in the cinema did too.

It was a great movie. For that part, I think I was the only one to burst out laughing. I did too with the western/rap music :woot:

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I'd put it behind Pulp Fiction and Inglorious Basterds, but still a decent film. Christoph Waltz is sublime to watch act, and his interactions with Leonardo DiCaprio are really enjoyable.

Also, the scene with the "eye holes in the bags". Brilliantly funny, and Don Johnson back in a white suit FTW!

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I'd put it behind Pulp Fiction and Inglorious Basterds, but still a decent film. Christoph Waltz is sublime to watch act, and his interactions with Leonardo DiCaprio are really enjoyable.

Also, the scene with the "eye holes in the bags". Brilliantly funny, and Don Johnson back in a white suit FTW!

Completely agree. I normally really enjoy a QT film, but I just didn't care for this one as much.

I also completely agree with the bag scene. Absolutely hilarious!

"Yes Big Daddy!" :laugh:

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I too loved this movie. Very good.

here is a link to only the bag scene (~ 2 mins)

http://video.ak.fbcd...420585eaf37caa0

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I keep reading good things about how awesome this movie is...

this waiting the bluray version tough

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My dad is one of those people that doesn't seem to like most movies he watches/which are released. I advise him on movies all the time, what I think he may like based on what he's liked in the past. He still usually hates those movies.

He also hates watching anything over 2:00h and prefers the old school 1:30h-ish movie.

Yet he loved this movie!

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I really enjoyed it! I was mainly looking forward to it because I enjoyed Christoph Waltz in Basterds, and new he would be in the main supporting role. It was definitely a Tarantino film. Even though it was lengthy and stretched a bit past the natural crescendo, I didn't really tire of it.

Quentin's Aussie accent was pretty decent, surprisingly, but having John Jarrat in there was going a bit far!

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Just finished watching it, loved it! :D. I've never really thought much of Jamie Fox but he put in a top notch performance. Sam Jacksons character was hilarious

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