This movie!!!!!!! There truly is nothing like a Quentin Tarantino film—his directing style is so unique and dramatic. Everyone’s acting in Django was superb but my personal favorite was Christoph Waltz. I was used to him playing the antagonist so it was a pleasure to see him in the role of a protagonist. I love the way he speaks and carries himself. Tarantino achieved something that had never happened to me before: he made me forget Leonardo DiCaprio was in the film by not introducing him until what I took to be the second act. When I finally saw Leo, I let out a small, “ah,” because I couldn’t contain my excitement. Kerry Washington was beautiful. I loved it, I loved it, I loved it. I can’t venture on to say this is my favorite Tarantino film because I can’t pick a favorite! Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, Inglourious Basterds, and now Django Unchained are all so good in their own way. I’m buying this when it goes to DVD. It was the best film I’d seen in a really long time.
Lmfao another film in which Paul Rudd is flawless. While the hippie jokes got a little tired after a while, I still laughed a lot throughout the whole movie.
I loved seeing all the actors reprise their roles! I laughed my ass off throughout the entire movie. The end couldn’t have been more perfect. I also cracked up when Jason Biggs was called Adam Sandler because I’ve always thought they look similar. There was a point toward the end where it wasn’t as funny. I think ten minutes could have been shaved from the film and then it would have been a 10.
I’ve learned that I thoroughly enjoy boxing movies (okay this was MMA but it’s similar). Nothing in this movie was black or white which was really enjoyable. I found myself rooting for both brothers at one point. I joked with my friend and told him I was going to shut off the movie before the winner was revealed because I couldn’t take knowing it was over for one of them. That being said, I was obviously heartbroken in the end, but it was ambiguous enough to where I have filled in the unanswered questions with optimism.
My mom forces me to watch the worst movies. I don’t know why they even try to make plots for these films. Awful.
!!!!!!!! pretty much sums it up. I need to watch this again in better quality before I decide whether or not I prefer The Dark Knight.
Rating: 10/10 (lol by accident I typed 20/10 at first but that’s accurate.)
This movie was terrible. I didn’t laugh once throughout the whole thing even though it’s clearly meant to be a romantic comedy. Chelsea Handler’s performance was almost painful to watch which is a shame to say. I focused on Tom Hardy the whole time, really. I love him but I don’t think I could make myself sit through this movie again just to see him. Reese Witherspoon was charming too, especially in the scenes where she ran into her ex.
The whole concept of fighting to keep a marriage alive was beautiful. It had that made-for-tv tone but it didn’t bother me much.
It was really interesting how it was made to look like a single continuous shot. That really made this movie feel extremely creepy and intimate—almost like a snuff film. I don’t believe the movie had a score, either, which added to that creepy factor. I still jumped in my seat several times—it even made me grab my sister’s leg at one point! I hated how it seemed to drag on at first though and also, the end was awkward because we saw it with our dad. I was tripping out the whole movie because Elizabeth Olsen looks so much like her sisters Ashley and Mary-Kate. Good movie, disappointing plot twist.
This was ridiculously funny. I loved its take on summer camp.
Beautiful movie. I was reminded why I loved Robin Williams when I was younger. Also, Matt Damon was flawless. I cried.
Everything from them getting high and on was funny. The high was definitely the funniest part of the movie, though. It was touching and intriguing to see a high school where the popular kids weren’t the jocks/cheerleaders. I hate Channing Tatum but I love Jonah Hill so there was a good balance. I also loved the cameo towards the end!
Seth MacFarlane is a comedic genius. This movie was everything I was hoping it would be and more. I only wish I understood all of the references. I’m so glad I watched Airplane last week or that Saturday Night Fever scene would have gone right over my head!
So dark. So beautiful. So startling. So shocking. This was incredible and worth a second watch. It’s the Inception before Inception. Also, it has the best closing line I’ve ever heard.
The synopsis of this movie was better than the movie itself. I wish they would have shown more of what happened to Sam while he was away. I don’t know. Tobey Maguire did a really good job of losing it in that one scene toward the end, though! And Jake Gyllenhaal looked surprisingly good looking with a tattoo on his neck. I loved him in this role. Bailee Madison was precious as always.