- The dialogue is absolutely fantastic as usual (Tarantino is a genius when it comes to dialogue)
- Christoph Waltz has fantastic charm and wit...It's no surprise he won an Oscar for his performance
- Django's silly, but stylish, first outfit
- Sound effects are nice and taut
- 'I like the way you die boy'
- The blood/gunshot effects are so over the top and it's awesome
- The burlap sack mask scene
- This is the role Samuel L. Jackson was born to play
- Leonardo DiCaprio is deceptively terrifying
- The plantation nickname....'Candie Land'
- Very tense scene involving Schultz trying to say goodbye to Candie
- Of all the Tarantino movies, this is one of the very few that I would not want to watch again
- One of his least stylish films, it's more grounded than his previous films
- The scenes after the Candie Land shootout seem a bit out of place...which lasts quite a while, especially without Waltz
- Tarantino's cameo as an Australian couldn't seem more out of place
Another fantastic movie by Quentin Tarantino. Though Tarantino's style is not as prominent as previous films, this is still a must-see for fans. Also, Hollywood seems to have given up on the 'western genre', this is a nice shot in the arm.