Django is Off the Chain According to Those at Early Screenings
Quentin Tarantino has put out great film after great film. It’s been three years since his amazing take on Nazi-occupied France, Inglourious Basterds, hit the screen. Basterds rousing success has built an unbelievable amount of anticipation around Django Unchained. Django Unchained is set to hit theaters on Christmas day, but reactions from early screenings over the past weekend are in, and it appears as if Tarantino has done it again. We won’t be seeing full reviews until we get a little closer to the film’s release, so some quick reactions to the film will have to suffice. Many in attendance have highlighted the film’s violence, sense of humor, and standout performances. The Exhibitor Relations Twitter page has revealed that Django is the longest Tarantino film, checking in at 2 hours 45 minutes and 11 seconds. Hit the jump to see what some in attendance have had to say so far!
Django Unchained’s all star cast features Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Samuel L. Jackson, Kerry Washington, Dennis Christopher, Gerald McRaney, Don Johnson, RZA, Anthony LaPaglia, Tom Wopat, James Remar, James Russo, Todd Allen, and Jonah Hill and hits theaters on Christmas day.
Jeff Goldsmith (@yogoldsmith) – “From start to finish Django Unchained is a fantastic crowd pleaser. Smartly humorous, great action & dialogue – Definite awards contender!”
Jeff Goldsmith (@yogoldsmith) – “As for performances all were on par with what you want from a QT film = fantastic!”
Anne Thompson (@akstanwyck) – “Django Unchained is super violent spaghetti western w/ anachronistic songs. Waltz & Jackson steal it. All talk & action. 1st screening”
Anne Thompson (@akstanwyck) – “Standing ovation for Tarantino at DGA.”
Looper director Rian Johnson (@rcjohnso) – “Django was terrific. DiCaprio blows the roof off the joint.”
David Ehrlich (@davidehrlich) – “DJANGO UNCHAINED: holy shit. Brutally hilarious spaghetti comedy does for business what Basterds did for war. Best American film of 2012.”
Julie Seureau (@IndieJuls) – “#Django was a great film: very bloody but also very funny. The kind of film that makes you laugh at issues you don’t usually laugh at!”
Eric Appel (@erockappel) – “Well, Django Unchained is fucking incredible. Shit, man. The best. Tarantino is the king! Wow!”
Joshua Cordes (@yumyumfish) – “Django Unchained was incredible. And this isn’t just some “I saw it first” shit happeneing. Hilarious and exciting. Shoe in Best Pic nom.”
Joshua Cordes (@yumyumfish) – “Four hours after watching Django Unchained, my dad and I can’t stop rapping about it. Christoph Waltz should expect another QT Oscar nom.”
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Posted on December 5, 2012, in Reviews and tagged Christoph Waltz, Django, Django Unchained, Film, Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio, Movies, Quentin Tarantino, Samuel L. Jackson, The Weinstein Company. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.