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Django Unchained

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

Wait...you paid $25 to see it at Northlake?

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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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Wait...you paid $25 to see it at Northlake?

It was like $20 + snacks

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Havent seen it yet, but this thread solidifies my desire to. I know 4 people that went to see it & their recommendation is that I need to...

True Romance is my all time favorite flick, I would go see just about anyhting Tarantino does, or at least have the DVD the 1st day...

Read Jaime Foxx & SLJ had to get on DiCaprio about using the proper vernacular... "Hey, 'M-F', get over there. It's just another Tuesday for us. Let's get going."

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

Yep. Good call.

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

i'm pretty sure you see him cut his hand during the scene

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Brilliant brilliant film. Tarantino is a true master of filmmaking and storytelling. The movie is damn near three hours long, but still I wanted the story to keep going. There is never a dull moment, and that in itself is impressive in a film with a running time of 2 hour 45 min.

Great performances throughout, but especially Fox and Jackson. Tarantino will have you cringing from the brutality one second, and laughing out loud the next minute. This is not by accident. Tarantino knows how to keep the audience while putting a real light on the horrors of the pre-civil war south. It's one of those rare movies for me that I plan on seeing at least one more time in the theater.

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