I loved Django Unchained.
I loved Django Unchained.
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"Zero Dark Thirty"
"Silver Linings Playbook"
"Life of Pi"
"Beasts of the Southern Wild"
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Am off to watch Django Unchained on Tuesday. Should be good stuff.
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Saw Django tonight. Doesn't quite match Inglorious Basterds, I'd say. The Tarantino-ness feels rather crowbarred in.
And we still haven't walked in the glow of each other's majestic presence.
That's been the case with his films for quite a while now. Tarantino has turned into your embarrassing uncle who turns up at a wedding in a leather jacket and tells you how swinging he was. He's a money-grabbing sellout who can't write, can't direct and has run out of ideas.
Not seen Django though, tbf.
Django was a big let down for me. It almost seemed like someone doing a parody of a Tarantino movie. One of his worst, if not his worst, movie.
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I enjoyed both. Shrug
TBF, I thought Django was OK, and liked Inglorious Basterds overall. But I guess Tarantino has put up really high standards. I was really looking forward to his latest but was pissed off towards the end. It almost seemed like he didn't try.
Thought it was way better than Kill Bill, found the second installment of that really rather dull, Bill really is the most boring man ever.
Really enjoyed Django I have to say, may not be a great film but it is just ridiculously entertaining. The masks scene really is one of the funniest things he has ever written.
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Di Caprio and Waltz stand-out clearly, and they're not even at their best - well, Di Caprio is very, very good actually. Samuels isn't poor either, but I think his sinister side could have been portrayed better. Thought Foxx was a bad choice for Django.
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