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    Yeah, he was acting older and like he was disabled, he did not need the cane to walk and he made himself sound older as well.

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    Huh interesting. Now I really gotta go watch it again to see! Oh darn
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    Saw it tonight with the lady. Really good movie and I'm not really a big QT fan.. at all. We both really enjoyed it, although she got a bit squeamish during some of the scenes. This is one I'll be buying. When tupac starts playing, **** gets out of hand

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    I went and saw it and I gotta say, not that impressed. It seemed like the exact same movie and style as Inglorious Basterds (i.e. "wouldn't it be awesome if Jews could get back at the Nazis/wouldn't it be awesome if a Slave could get back at slave owners").

    The stylized style of the movie everyone keeps harping on was basically the same "visual style" that is in every Quentin Tarantino movie. Was there really anything about the style that was different than Basterds or the Kill Bills in the way it was shot? No.

    Also, none of the characters were even as remotely as interesting as Hans Landa or that British Guy from Basterds. Leo's character was basically "You know how in movies you can be calm but then super intense and yell a lot? Yeah... just do that". The German character was basically Hans Landa except as a good guy this time, and nothing he said or did was as remotely as interesting as the last time I saw that character.

    The only character that was worth watching a second time was Samuel L. Jackon's character.

    Overall, not that impressed. It was a good movie but just fell way short of expectations...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raidaz4Life View Post
    LMAO its funny that you mention that part because I burst out laughing at that part too...... but I was the only one in the theater that laughed at it and I felt really awkward. I was like "****, they all think I'm a racist now"
    That happened to me too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Of It All View Post
    Yeah, he was acting older and like he was disabled, he did not need the cane to walk and he made himself sound older as well.
    How do you know?

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    "I count six shots *****"
    "I count two guns *****"

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    Quote Originally Posted by valade16 View Post
    I went and saw it and I gotta say, not that impressed. It seemed like the exact same movie and style as Inglorious Basterds (i.e. "wouldn't it be awesome if Jews could get back at the Nazis/wouldn't it be awesome if a Slave could get back at slave owners").

    The stylized style of the movie everyone keeps harping on was basically the same "visual style" that is in every Quentin Tarantino movie. Was there really anything about the style that was different than Basterds or the Kill Bills in the way it was shot? No.

    Also, none of the characters were even as remotely as interesting as Hans Landa or that British Guy from Basterds. Leo's character was basically "You know how in movies you can be calm but then super intense and yell a lot? Yeah... just do that". The German character was basically Hans Landa except as a good guy this time, and nothing he said or did was as remotely as interesting as the last time I saw that character.

    The only character that was worth watching a second time was Samuel L. Jackon's character.

    Overall, not that impressed. It was a good movie but just fell way short of expectations...
    agree, horrible choice of music also including rick ross

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    Quote Originally Posted by valade16 View Post
    The stylized style of the movie everyone keeps harping on was basically the same "visual style" that is in every Quentin Tarantino movie. Was there really anything about the style that was different than Basterds or the Kill Bills in the way it was shot? No.
    Well it was a little more spaghetti western than his usual style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johann View Post
    How do you know?
    Well he did throw his cane and walked normal from what I saw and when he spoke he did so in a more normal educated way as opposed to the way he was talking before.

    Could those last things he did been an act? instead of the other way around? perhaps, but I took it as the opposite.

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    Saying you didn't like Django Unchained because it was too similar to Tarantino's other films makes no sense.

    Tarantino takes various genres and puts his spin on it (he worships over the top B-movies). If that's the reason you're disappointed, don't ever watch another Tarantino directed, produced, or supported film ever again because they are all going to be ridiculous.

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    Did anyone else start cracking the **** up when Rick Ross suddenly started bumpin' in the middle of the movie?

    Definitely in my top three of Tarantino's flicks. Christoph Waltz is incredible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SchwabSquad View Post
    Saw it tonight with the lady. Really good movie and I'm not really a big QT fan.. at all. We both really enjoyed it, although she got a bit squeamish during some of the scenes. This is one I'll be buying. When tupac starts playing, **** gets out of hand
    I'm pretty sure that was Rick Ross, two totally different sounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack of Blades View Post
    I'm pretty sure that was Rick Ross, two totally different sounds.
    It was Tupac.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack of Blades View Post
    I'm pretty sure that was Rick Ross, two totally different sounds.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle916 View Post
    It was Tupac.
    It was Rick Ross

    http://www.songonlyrics.com/soundtra...rack-list.html

    More specifically, they asked him to do it.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mobile...n_2210645.html
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