Un inchino a Tarantino che mentre Bertolucci, Allen e Burton affievoliscono un poco la loro luce ultimamente (per quanto mi riguarda) resta grandioso e ci regala un altro capolavoro.
Amina Gaia Abdelouahab
Hats off to Tarantino: as his colleagues Bertolucci, Allen and Burton’s light grew dim to my opinion, he confirmed his greatness with another masterpiece.
Django Unchained is not just a movie for western enthusiasts, but for all cinemagoers.
Apart from the amazing performances of Samuel L. Jackson and Leonardo Di Caprio – the first played a character who’ll make Hollywood’s history, also well-dubbed in the Italian version; as for the latter, I don’t understand how the Academy still deny him a statuette;
Apart from Waltz great job playing a cynical yet terrific character, moving and poetic;
Apart from some memorable scenes in which Tarantino spectacularly entertains us with his camera;
Apart from the perfect screenplay, never pretentious, always impeccable and at times hilarious;
Apart from blood-and-guts scenes becoming artistic – Tarantino is one of the few able to do that);
Apart from the amazing old movie’s quotes as an homage to the lost Italian Art;
The spectacular soundtrack is worth seeing this film: from hip-hop to classical music but also rock and so much more! As various and clever as the movie, certainly not a simple western per se.
It didn’t move me (no tears, I promise!) but I smiled throughout. The story of a black slave in a racist America appears almost funny, farcical and even tender at some point in all his ignorance and meanness.
Tarantino tells a slightly exacerbated time of insanity, submission and torture, making fun of humanity but also making us laugh.
Only a genius could do that. HATS OFF TO YOU, MAESTRO. Once again…