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Tarantino repairs German identity with Django

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Django Unchained is not better than Inglorious Bastards.


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Oscar nominated Tarantino movie Django Unchained a new classic of director and it is really good but not the best. Some violence sequences are not so good and Jamie Foxx is too bad at these sequences. Christoph Waltz is really wonderful. Leonardo Di Caprio is good but his role is not at full of movie and he just does his small work. So he couldn't have the best actor nomination.

Di Caprio assumes Tarantino style and he is killed at the time when nobodies think he will die at the movie. Tarantino style violence sequence begins with, Di Caprio (Calvin Candie) dies and I like the movie when someone kills and are killed (Only in Tarantino movies). Till then it was too slow and boring according to me and some social-politic emphasizes which for conscientiously thinking especially about slavery is not available in a Tarantino movie.

Already these emphasizes are not so believable. Django (Foxx) is not a slave hero. He doesn't fight against slavery and white bosses. If he would fight, the movie wouldn't be a Tarantino movie it would be Steven Spielberg movie.

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Inglorious Bastards (2009) movie of director Quentin Tarantino is on Jewish identity and German identity is damaged a bit. This is not Tarantino's prefer, the history says German government murdered Jewish people in World War 2.

I think Tarantino wants to repair German identity with Django. German human hunter (Waltz-Dr. Schultz) helps to Django during movie. Although he kills for Django and he is killed for him.

We will see Django Unchained performance in Oscar but my only favorite with the movie is Waltz nomination. (But my general nomination is Phoenix with The Master)

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