I think its a lesser QT work. It's very entertaining, that's for sure. And to me it doesn't feel as long as its running time.
But its really nothing more than its spaghetti western influence. The characters are paper-thin. It's a cartoon. It's dripping with white guilt. But it's very well-made.
Its controversy is its most powerful (only?) artistic statement. You and the others in your audience might find yourselves laughing at awkward times, or laughing at places that you have to question yourselves about later. The conversations that will arise from this film about what is OK to laugh at and what isn't is Django Unchained's signature piece of artistic merit.
Originally Posted by Delano
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