Tarantino's back! And damn is he on fire. Django is the roller coaster movie of the 2012. It'll take you for a ride, make you laugh, and make you cry. That untamed energy that comes power-packed with an uncontrollable force. Intense, Violent, Smart, Brilliantly Acted along with a great screenplay, Django Unchained embodies what a Quentin Tarantino movie is all about, starting from violence to great acting to brilliant artwork and cinematography, and last but not the least the brilliant and ruthless presentation of the movie done by Tarantino himself and ensures to be one of the best Western movies of the past years and one of the truly best of 2012.
The 2013 Oscar nominations are out and Quentin Tarantino's controversial spaghetti western notched up an impressive four Academy Award nominations.
"Django Unchained," a slavery/ love story set before the Civil War, was nominated for best picture, original screenplay, best cinematography and best supporting actor for Christopher Waltz, who portrays the bounty hunter teacher to Jamie Foxx.
10. Getting Dirty
After an incident with Calvin Candie, Dr. Schultz wants a quick talk to get Django calm down. Instead, Django remarks that he's only doing what Dr. Schultz taught him to do, "get dirty".
9. Something Up
While Calvin Candie doesn't see it, Stephen brings Candie into the know about how Dr. Schutz and Django's story doesn't quite add up.
8. Why Don't They Rise Up
As Calvin Candie jokes about why the black slaves don't rise up against their white keepers, the thought never crosses his mind that it actually could happen. He almost mocks the idea as something so simple for him, but so our of reach for those he owns.
7. A Good Bit Of Fun
Calvin Candie invites others to enjoy the show. That show is none other than his main event where black slaves fight for sport against one another.
6. I Need Your Help
Once Dr. Schultz shows the big picture of what he wants to do, Django is all ready to get started. Freedom and his wife back, how could he turn that offer down?
5. Exactly The One I'm Looking For
Posing as a dentist, Dr. King Schultz acts as though he's interested in purchasing a slave from Ace Speck. However, once he realizes that he's found Django, he takes the terms of the arrangement into his own hands.
4. I Like The Way You Die, Boy
For Django, getting the opportunity to kill one of the brothers responsible for taking his wife is sweet, sweet revenge.
3. Curiosity And Attention
When Dr. Schultz and Django pay a visit to Calvin Candie, they intrigue the Candyland owner, moving his level of interest from curious to attentive.
2. I'm Curious
Calvin Candie has a bone to pick with Django and wastes little time in airing his concerns. Luckily, Dr. Schultz is there to diffuse the situation before it gets out of hand.
Just in case there was any confusion, Django spells out his name and explains that the D is silent, as he speaks with Mr. Stonesipher.
"Django Unchained" is rife with lots and lots of padding and self-indulgence galore. A few more films like this and Tarantino will be the Director of whom it is asked, "Hey, whatever happened to that guy who made those really bloody movies? He used to be good."