A freed slave and an ex-dentist take up bounty hunting together in 1858 America. Django has other plans to save his wife, who is trapped as a servant in a Mississipi cotton plantation.
- Excellent story about love and revenge, really bringing to life the hardships of black people in this place and time.
- Interesting in the way that Django handles himself, especially towards the other slaves. Is he acting, or is he enjoying it? You honestly can't tell.
- Christoph Waltz excels as Dr. King Shultz, the ex-dentist, with Jamie Foxx and Leonardo Dicaprio not far behind him.
- It's got Samuel L. Jackson in it. As we all know, a film isn't a film without him.
- Funny at times, especially when Waltz says and does clever things.
- Cameo from Jonah Hill anyone? Two cameos from Quentin Tarantino himself.
- So, so, graphic in terms of violence, sometimes utterly unneeded.
- A bit ridiculously bloody nearing the end.
- Too much use of the word 'nigger' for my taste.
- Really long.
Honestly, not a bad film at all. Quite entertaining but not something I would actually choose to watch again thanks to the overload of violence.