Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained: DiCaprio, Waltz, Foxx

RedDragon7

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All three of those names are equally as good in this, and I'm not much a DiCaprio fan either. Leave it to Tarantino to make it interesting and awesome.

[video=youtube;rC8VJ9aeB_g]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rC8VJ9aeB_g&feature=player_embedded[/video]
 

Lebowski

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So stoked! Give QT an idea and he always finds the right casting for each of his films. This will also be my very first QT movie that I see in theaters. I would have seen Inglorious Basterds but I was overseas and the theaters there suck ass. And this comes out on Christmas? What a nice present he's giving to us, fans.
 
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Im surprised this thread doesnt have more posters.
I am very excited for this movie.
I will list the QT movies i like from best to worst.

Pulp Fiction
Inglorious Basterds
Kill Bill
Jackie Brown
Reservoir Dogs
Death Proof
 

btbam

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been excited for Django for months. Waltz is the greatest actor...he just has that something else. I'm sure his performance is stellar in this.
 

Lebowski

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Best to worst?

Reservoir Dogs
Pulp Fiction
Inglorious Basterds
Death Proof
Jackie Brown


And for movies he was involved in

From Dusk Till Dawn
True Romance
 
Aug 22, 2006
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[QUOTE="squirrelbo1, post: 5848743]Part was originally written for will smith. Shame he didn't agree to the role.

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I like Jamie more.
Smith hasnt been funny since Fresh Prince and on serious roles i take Jamie more seriously as an actor.
Example - When i saw Ali i was like "Oh hey its Will Smith as Muhammad Ali" then i see Ray with Jamie and i kept forgetting it was Jamie playing the role.
 

Lebowski

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Another noteworthy movie with Jamie is Michael Mann's Collateral. But Tom steals the show there, still, Jamie's character is well established.