Writer: Quentin Tarantino
Starring: Jamie Foxx
Samuel L. Jackson
Release Date: Out Now
Once again a film by Quentin Tarantino has been shrouded in controversy, disbelief and negative press; something I have never understood. When watching a Tarantino film (which I am a huge fan of), you know the content you are going to be seeing; there will be violence, adult language, and some sort of exploitation. If you do not like these things, do not watch his films, and then you won't have to be subjected to them.
|Samuel L. Jackson & Leonardo DiCaprio|
As they complete their mission, they begin to grow closer, and when Schultz finds out about Django;s story, he vows to help him find his wife. After some investigation they discover she has been bought by a maniacal plantation owner, Calvin Candie (Dicaprio), they travel to the plantation to save her, but when their plan is revealed by Candie's head butler Stephen (Jackson) it becomes a fight to the death and only a few will survive.
|Jamie Foxx & Kerry Washington|
There are the odd plot holes and historical inaccuracies in the script, and it could do with being about 45 minutes shorter, but I am such a fan of Tarantino's work that I can't really complain to much. The script is sharp, and it has everything you would expect and want, as a fan, from a Tarantino film, the final battle being particularly gory and shocking, but its shot in such a bizarrely beautiful way that you become entranced by it. That basically sums up all of Tarantino's films,;stunningly gory, that put you in a trance.