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Could not find another post dedicated to it..but the trailer looks great...
Sam Jackson, Dicaprio, Waltz, etc....
Looks like Tarantino has another hit on his hand (well, as big of a hit as he gets)
http://www.joblo.com - "Django Unchained" - Official Trailer
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With the help of his mentor, a slave-turned-bounty hunter sets out to rescue his wife from a brutal Mississippi plantation owner.
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Writer: Quentin Tarantino
Stars: Jamie Foxx, Don Johnson and Leonardo DiCaprio
In theatres: December 25, 2012
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Jackie Robinson isn't dirty. This isn't Pack Pride.
Dicaprio looks like he had a lot of fun in that role. I don't really remember him ever playing the villain so this should be different. And awesome
If you're so smart, why aren't you rich?
I thought this was going to be a sniper_terp thread about http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Django_%28web_framework%29
It's going to be difficult to hide my boner for this movie for six months.
Apparently Tarantino specifically wrote Django for Will Smith, Smith's agent and everyone basically begged him to do it, and Smith refused. He makes some really bad movie choices.
I'll be pretty surprised if this isn't my favorite movie ever.
Hunger Games, Avengers, Prometheus, Amazing Spiderman, Bourne Legacy, Dark Knight Returns, Skyfall (Bond movie), Looper, Django Unchained, Lincoln, The Hobbit...
LOL at other years. Epic movies going HAM in 2012.
"And I try to har-mo-nize with songs the lonesome sparrow sings...
There are no kings inside the Gates of Eden."
Too controversial. Will doesn't do controversial. Never has, never will. Look at his IMDB and find something remotely edgy. And if you say Ali, we're dueling at dawn.
I understand the reasoning, but it's still dumb, especially at this point in his career where he broke a 4 year hiatus to do MIB3.
is Looper supposed to be that good? seems like a run of the mill scifi film to me.
I cant argue with the films Will Smith has made to this point but his upcoming projects are just a bunch of lazy paydays
I just saw Joseph Gorden-Levitt and sci-fi and assumed great until proven otherwise.
Also, Django Unchained reminds of a better, full-length version of Chappelle's Player Haters traveling through time.
dave chappell time haters skits all 3 in one time haters 1 time haters 2 and time haters 3
saw this on comedy central and i made it into a movie without commericals! lol
Lincoln, Gatsby, Django, and the hobbit all come out in December. Going to be a ridiculous month.
Go away, KA!
I really need to read the Hobbit. I just finished LOTR for the first time this week and I'd like to read the Hobbit before seeing the movies.
1982 LOL at 2012:
Conan The Barbarian
Star Trek - Wrath of Khan
An Officer And A Gentleman
The World According to Garp
Fast Times At Ridgemont High
Mad Max - The Road Warrior
That said, looking forward to Django. Also would argue Six Degrees of Separation (the movie that arguably proved Will Smith's acting chops) was a bit edgy.
Umm Hunger Games was at best mediocre, spiderman looks terrible, wtf is looper? Bourne Legacy is a big TBD.
Also Samuel L should be playing the TITLE role haha...this movie looks awesome but for some reason I just don't like Jamie Foxx (even though he's good a lot of the time, like in Any Given Sunday and Horrible Bosses) I just don't like him.
Damn. Thats a hell of a line up.
No matter what he does, I can't stop seeing him as the goofball on In Living Color.
Will Smith is such a fucking pussy. He would have absolutely killed it. Instead, Jamie Foxx might be ruining it for me, as great as it looks. He's not a bad actor, I just really dislike him.
Jamie Foxx IS a bad actor.
Any Mandingos see this? I can't believe there were 2 scenes where I legit laughed out loud with the whole audience.
I actually enjoyed it a lot. Kill bill meets Roots meets Inglorious Basterds meets unforgiven
Oh, abd Leo and Samuel L Jackson were on point as usual.
“Route 1, where everybody meets.” ~Nick Faust #5
With the weather so awesome out this week we are off this afternoon to see this.. I am pretty much committed to every movie done by Tarantino and the Cohen Brothers. Pulp Fiction is in my top 10 and Jackie Brown does not get nearly enough love.
I don't blame Will Smith at all for not wanting to do this. Spike Lee isn't going to see it, and that's good enough for me. I really look forward to a minstrel show being the top movie for next summer.
Detroit Hustles Harder
When is the last time Spike Lee made a good movie? I honestly can't remember. Early to mid 90's?
Pic Sigs are for losers.
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