Django Unchained Trailer

Submitted by: bacon_pie 4 years ago in Entertainment

First look at Quentin Tarantino"s new movie. It"s got my attention so far, but I"ve always been a sucker for Westerns.
There are 34 comments:
Male 106
I love Tarantino`s work, but cannot stand Foxx. Oh well, I`ll watch it. Preview looks good.
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Male 144
This is a tough one. I usually like Tarantino`s films, but I lost all respect for Mr. Foxx. If you would like to see typical grade-school-level bullying:

Jagoff
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Male 1,216
I expect the movie to be way better than this trailer.
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Male 2,737
I hate Jamie Fox.
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Male 174
This looks very cool. And it`s not in 3D. Can`t wait for it!
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Female 4,447
I, for one, am giddy with anticipation.
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Male 5,413
Awesome!
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Male 646
What kind of weirdo doesn`t like Tarantino films?
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Male 1,048
hell yeah. probably have a sneaky fap in the theater as well
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Male 878
I love Westerns. They don`t make enough of them.
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Male 91
awwwww yiss
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Male 10,339
Okay. Tell you what.

If you don`t like Tarantino, don`t watch his movies.

Don`t comment on them either. Let his fans have a place to cup his balls.

Didn`t your momma ever teach you? If you don`t have something nice to say.......
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Male 714
reservoir dogs - city on fire... look it up
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Male 10,339
Tarantino claims to be a mash up director. He says this HIMSELF!

He has publicly said he borrows from Kurosawa, DePalma, Coppola, Scorcese and many, many others.

He also claims to borrow from blaxploitation, and spaghetti western, and asian films because those were his favorites as a teenager.

This, however, is his claim to fame.

Nobody pulls off long tracking shots like he does.
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Male 3,445
`claiming that you are not familiar with it is a homage is it?`

You need to provide citation on this. Tarantino does borrow, and I`ve never seen him deny it. That`s silly criticism, because he does it on purpose and the references are meant to be noticed by those who enjoy cinema.

He`s also responsible for introducing lesser known cinema to the current generation of film-goers.
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Male 1,586
I hate Jamie Foxx but I love Tarantino hmmmmmmm... I`m torn.
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Male 714
@auburnjunky - so ripping off the plot and several set pieces from a film, then when first questioned about it claiming that you are not familiar with it is a homage is it? ha ha...
Like i said, i congratulate him. it takes a certain type of intelligence to do what he does.
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Male 3,445
There are lots of well-known filmmakers who borrow shots and plot ideas from other directors. Kurosawa was widely mimicked by a lot of filmmakers who are now considered to be greats. Tarantino just does it more openly.
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Male 1,497
I`ll watch it for Fox and the music thats about it.
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Male 10,339
som-tam doesn`t know the difference between stealing, and homage.

He cites each director that he borrows from. Listen to the commentary.
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Male 714
i have to congratulate tarantino for forging a career out of stealing other directors ideas and styles. He really is a poster-boy for unoriginality and plagiarism.
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Male 14,334
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Male 3,445
`Prussia, we almost agree on something!`

Heh, I know!
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Male 10,339
Prussia, we almost agree on something!

Tarantino is one of the top 5 directors in Hollywood, no doubt.
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Male 3,445
`I find them all style with little substance.`

Zak Snyder and Michael Bay are directors I would describe that way, but not Tarantino. His stories are often excellent. Sergio Leone is known primarily for his style, but it would fight to the death anyone who would call them shallow.

`Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio. Two reasons why this will be the first Tarantino movie I don`t want to see.`

I don`t care for DiCaprio either. His performances always feel like he`s `acting` rather than living the role. Jamie Foxx is great in certain roles, but often takes parts that are wrong for his skill set. Both have their flaws, but have been in some excellent films.
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Male 2,988
I`m excited!
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Male 10,339
His style is the substance Buiadh.

He is one of the few directors who can make a film, and you can know who made it just by watching it for a few moments.
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Male 6,737
I`ll be honest. And I`m going to be criticised here no doubt.

But I don`t like, as a general rule, Tarantino`s films. I find them all style with little substance.
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Male 10,339
@USCbadfish:

Love `em or hate them, Foxx and DiCaprio have starred in some pretty awesome movies.

I used to HATE DiCaprio (especially after Titanic) but he redeemed himself. Probably one of the top 10 actors in Hollywood now.

As for Foxx, all you have to look at is Ray and Any Given Sunday to see he has the chops. He`s a good actor.
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Male 3,445
The trailer makes it seem more blaxploitation than Spaghetti Western. Very intriguing, especially since Inglourious Basterds was fantastic.
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Male 490
Looks great!
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Male 267
Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio. Two reasons why this will be the first Tarantino movie I don`t want to see.
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Male 686
Looks good.
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Male 3,061
Link: Django Unchained Trailer [Rate Link] - First look at Quentin Tarantino`s new movie. It`s got my attention so far, but I`ve always been a sucker for Westerns.
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