Django Unchained is Pulp Fiction on horseback.
Quentin has rocked it again. It’s bloody, crude, and funnier than any other movie I’ve seen this year. The two hours and forty seven minutes passed quickly. The movie never dragged.
Jamie Foxx and Christoph Waltz both provide magnificent performances that will likely be remembered as their most iconic roles. I would be disappointed if Foxx does not get an Oscar nomination out of this.
I could go on gushing about the movie but it would serve little purpose. I loved it so much that I wanted to go back and see it again Christmas night. If there is anything negative to say it would be that this movie isn’t for everyone. It’s rated R for a reason. There is blood and violence aplenty. Again, Pulp Fiction serves as a good measuring stick. If you saw that and remember the violence more than the humor and acting then *Django* may not be for you.
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