Originally Posted by johndeeregreen
First off, Jamie Foxx couldn't act his way out of a paper bag. Waltz and DiCaprio's shoulders had to be killing them after carrying his dead weight through 3/4 of the movie. The last 45 minutes was inexcusably bad.
And this wasn't typical Tarantino; typical Tarantino would have at least had some interesting plot twists and quirks. This couldn't have been any more formulaic. Totally wasted performances by Leo and Sam Jackson, and a cheesy, overtly predictable ending to make black people feel like justice was served or something.
The more I think about it, the more I realize I didn't like it, and the more I wish Tarantino could have made a real Western.
Then why is Schultz on Django's side? Or Stephen with the whites?