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Django Unchained

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did you know that the scene at the dinner table when Leo cuts his hand on the broken glass and wipes it on Broomhilda's face was improvised? that was real blood and he never broke character and Tarantino kept it in the movie

+1 Leo

are you serious? so, he legit cut his hand, and then wipes his blood on a supporting actress. i would be suing my ass off.

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I felt like they should have reshot that scene. It completely took me out of the moment when I noticed how much blood was on his hands, and they never referenced it in the scene. I had to ask my friend where it even came from or if I missed the reference to it.

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^ i thought the opposite. it really showed how the character was losing everything: the business deal [outsmarted by two bounty hunters, one of them black], his way of life, economy, and also being pushed out of the conversation. he was pissed and the blood showed his vulnerability. crazy that he was able to keep character through that, though. i have seen grown men flip the fug out getting a wine stem stuck in their hand [i used to be a server].

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I agree about Inglorious...this was still awesome. It's pretty damn hard to rate Tarrantino's movies imo

I would go

Reservoir Dogs

Inglorious Basterds

Pulp Fiction

as the top 3

followed by

Kill Bill 1&2

with honorable mention to

Natural Born Killers &

True Romance

which he wrote

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^ i thought the opposite. it really showed how the character was losing everything: the business deal [outsmarted by two bounty hunters, one of them black], his way of life, economy, and also being pushed out of the conversation. he was pissed and the blood showed his vulnerability. crazy that he was able to keep character through that, though. i have seen grown men flip the fug out getting a wine stem stuck in their hand [i used to be a server].

Not sure how any of that would have been lost if the unexplained blood on his hands wasn't there.

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I would go

Reservoir Dogs

Inglorious Basterds

Pulp Fiction

as the top 3

followed by

Kill Bill 1&2

with honorable mention to

Natural Born Killers &

True Romance

which he wrote

You didnt like Death Proof? That was one of my favorites from him.

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I'd love to hear a crowd report from ya haha

I saw it at Amc northlake. Not quite as awful as Jackson ms.

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I read that Will Smith was the original choice for Django but turned it down because it might hurt his "image"

Foxx is light years above Will in acting anyway

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I thought it was great. Def not a sylvianlight or a Mr. Touchdown kinda movie.

Please explain

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Joseph Gordon Levitt, Kevin Costner, and Sasha Baren Cohen were all supposed to be in the film too, but dropped out.

Jonah Hill was supposed to have a larger part too, but dropped that and came away with that small cameo.

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See, I loved Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs... and True Romance was really underrated.

Inglorious just never hooked me... and I watched it a couple times.

I am looking forward to Django...

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