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BrianSez's Review

Created Jan 26, 2013 04:50PM PST • Edited Jan 26, 2013 07:00PM PST

  1. Quality
  2. Great 4.0

    Fans have come to expect a certain kind of film from the famous Quentin Tarantino; A film that is uncannily cinematic, surreal-ly violent, and rife with dark humor. When Quentin meets slavery and the wild west, you get all of that with well, a western flair and a pointed slap-down of slavery. Along with stellar performances from well known screen greats making their mark on the Spaghetti Western genre, and you’ll have a horse-riding, gun-slinging good time.

  3. Really Great 4.5

    JamieFoxx and Christoph Waltz are the new Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid. Jamie Foxx goes strong and silent along with his cool demeanor. But I was really surprised by Christoph Waltz, who steals the show with his huckster-like approach.

    Throw in Don Johnson and Leonardo DiCaprio as plantation and slave owners for a special treat. Especially DiCaprio who I think just loved being in a Tarantino film; He and his character just seemed to relish the violence.

    One of the best performances was from Samuel L Jackson as the head-slave. With a mind for the dumbed-down dramatic, he and his stare are memorable indeed.

  4. Male Stars Really Great 4.5
  5. Female Stars Really Great 4.5
  6. Female Costars Really Great 4.5
  7. Male Costars Really Great 4.5
  8. Great 4.0
  9. Direction Great 4.0
  10. Play Great 4.0
  11. Music Great 4.0
  12. Visuals Great 4.0
  13. Content
  14. Horrid 3.8
  15. Sex Lewd 3.8
  16. Violence Savage 3.8
  17. Rudeness Nasty 3.8
  18. Surreal 2.7
  19. Circumstantial Surreal 2.7
  20. Biological Surreal 2.7
  21. Physical Surreal 2.7


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Jan 26, 2013 5:13PM

Regarding BrianSez’s Review
About Samuel L. Jackson “he and his stare are memorable indeed.” I’m with ya Bri.