Audience score 1202122 vote
User rating 8,6 of 10
Runtime 165 M
Writers Quentin Tarantino
Django is a love story that is masterfully told using un-obvious methods. pre civil war slavery as a backdrop, an eloquent German dentist as a bounty hunter etc, etc. As with all of Tarantino’s films, Django moves right along and surprises you at every corner with clever doses of off-center humor to raw expressions of truths on slavery. Tarantino’s use of a litany of known actors for seemingly small parts adds to the charm of the story telling. Jamie Foxx executes a fine performance as the unchained slave, however, he serves as a supporting role to the masterful performance of Christoph Waltz. simply brilliant! Tarantino’s cameo performance as an Aussie slave handler was a fun twist, although he won’t be getting a nod by the Academy any time soon. The 3 hr film in no way seems too long because of the masterful story telling, editing and film work. At the end of the movie, the audience lingered in their seats to watch the credits. a true sign of a good movie.
OMG. this movie is fabulous! I highly recommend this movie for a great date movie. I love the storyline and what makes this movie unique movie. its an instant thriller movie directed by Quentin Tarantino. His movies make you sit at the edge of your seat. Other than the three parts that almost made me want to vomit, i will watch this movie until the disc is scratched. i cant help but rave about it. This movie is worth a date night and a good movie to just cuddle up on a rainy day. I mean come on, Jamie Foxx is a boss in this movie. a million thumbs up! trust me people, this movie is TOTALLY worth the time to see and i hope you agree.