Quentin Tarantino's Spaghetti Western DJANGO UNCHAINED Thread (Vers. 2)

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  1. Peteyandjia

    Peteyandjia Winter Orchid Staff Member Forum Administrator

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    Who's that postin' out there in the dark?

    State your business, or prepare to get Winged!




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    Greetings! My name, is ... Peteyandjia.




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    Apparently, you Mandingos filled up the other thread.


    http://www.sherdog.net/forums/f48/q...etti-western-django-unchained-thread-1566503/

    Feel free to talk about Django all you want.






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    However, watch what you say...

    'Lest you get the Hammer.






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    So, without further ado...

    Let the conversation continue!






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    Peteyandjia Winter Orchid Staff Member Forum Administrator

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    And remember, there is but One rule here in Candyland.

    Don't be a...





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    ... rectangle?

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  3. A.A. Riggs

    A.A. Riggs sweet ... sweet meat!

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    Subjective geometry.
     
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    k I have the movie & Schultz shot the sheriff with two shots from the sleeve gun. same hand, same "puny" gunshot sound
     
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    just rewatched the scene leading to Schultz's death.


    goes to shake Calvin's hand
    shoots him instead
    Calvin reacts, backing away till he backs into the globe & falls
    Samuel L screams
    runs toward Calvin screaming his name, Butch's back is still faced towards us
    Butch finally turns around & aims his gun while Schultz turns to Django to apologize
    gets blasted
     
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    A.A. Riggs sweet ... sweet meat!

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    I win all the fights!
     
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    Cptn1NSAN0 shows no mercy

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    Just watched it online. Fucking great, although I felt Broomhilda's character suffered because we didn't get a good look into her back story. Some things were cut out, like her marriage with Scotty; from the original script.

    Still, Sam Jackson as the house slave had me in stitches.
     
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    A.A. Riggs sweet ... sweet meat!

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    Christ, look at everyone leaning against the wall to cheat how short Foxx is.
     
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    helax man, wasn't my point.


    I just broke down what happened since none of us had the material before us when were discussing this earlier. we were trying to piece it together from memory
     
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    A.A. Riggs sweet ... sweet meat!

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    And I'm just fucking around!
     
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    haha k

    man I want to watch it all over again but it's too late & I got work in the morning
     
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    A.A. Riggs sweet ... sweet meat!

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    ...but it's too late & I got work in the morning...


    I swear I can't stop doing this.
     
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    that's that guy from the Real World right?


    the dude from BAAAAA-ston right?
     
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    ufcfan4 Can't Andle The Riddum

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    there must have been some manipulating of heights movie magic in the film cause leo and foxx looked nearly at eye level when facing one another when leo looked clearly to be about three inches taller than waltz when standing next to him.

    dicaprio is about 6ft. ive always assumed foxx is about 5'9 which is average height. what is waltz?
     
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    Excellent movie,i really enjoyed it.Tarantino is an artist.Such an over the top rendition but very entertaining with awesome characters as usual.
     
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    ufcfan4 Can't Andle The Riddum

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    it's funny- that scene- will get more debate than anything else in the movie im sure.

    meanwhile though ive had an ability to get this song out of my head for the past couple of days lol...

     
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    ufcfan4 Can't Andle The Riddum

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    i think he's one of the most purely energetic and exciting filmmakers of the last quarter-century for sure. all his movies just have a crazy energy and zest infused in them. i love how they can be highly stylized, at times riotously funny, and yet also highly thematic and credible enough to be taken seriously as legitimate pieces of work.
     
  20. A.A. Riggs

    A.A. Riggs sweet ... sweet meat!

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    You know what else is great about Tarantino? Nowhere in real life do his worlds exist. He's got two. Not the realistic world and certainly not the hyperstylized world either. But what he does is bring the audience into a hyper reality that seems so tangible. Watching the scene of the table setting in DJANGO, I felt like I was a guest at Candyland, looking onto this strange place with foreign customs. It felt like a story that took place in a world, rather than the entire movie existing solely for the story. A rich world.

    It didn't hurt that the Cleopatra Club looked like a Mystikal video.




    Yes, CT. Who gave us high genius wit such as "I win all the fights" and "Ooh, I'll rip his head off and eat it."
     
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