New ‘Django Unchained’ Movie Delivered Great Action,Storyline,Drama & More
New ‘Django Unchained’ movie delivered great action,storyline,drama & more. The Weinstein Company released their new Quentin Tarantino helmed ,action/drama flick “Django Unchained” into theaters this weekend. I just checked it out,and thought it was pretty damn great. The storyline was awesome,and it served up some great action, very intense drama,and more. It stars: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Samuel L. Jackson, Gerald McRaney, Dennis Christopher, Laura Cayouette, M.C. Gainey, Don Johnson, Kerry Washington, Anthony LaPaglia, RZA, Tom Wopat, James Remar, James Russo, Todd Allen,and Jonah Hill.
In the new flick, bounty hunter Dr.King Schultz (Christolph Waltz) rolls up on a couple of slave owners known as the Speck brothers,and ends up,killing one of them and severely injuring the other one to set Django free,because he needed his help in identifying a bounty he was after called the Brittle Brothers. Django was definitely happy to oblige him as the Brittle Brothers severely beat his wife Broomhilda (Kerry Johnson) when they owned them.
From this point, Django and Schultz entered into a deal that would eventually set Django free and get help in retrieving his wife if he helped Schultz locate the Brittle Brothers and collect the bounty. After taking care of that business,their journey led them to the Candy plantation,because that’s where Django’s wife was reportedly sold to.
The plantation was ran by Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio) .Calvin trained male slaves to fight to the death for sport, while female slaves were forced into prostitution. Once Django and Schultz verified that Django’s wife was indeed at the Candy plantation,they set in motion a deceptive plot to trick Calvin into selling her for a very low price. However, that plan totally fell apart after Calvin’s main house slave Stephen (Samuel L. Jackson) picked up on the fact that Django’s wife Broomhilda actually knew Django ,and ratted them out to Calvin.
From there, the intensity picked up to the highest notch as Calvin forced them to pay top dollar for Broomhilda or he would kill her. That led to the big conclusion that involved major fighting,gun shootouts,and Django eventually getting major revenge on the Candy plantation.
Again,the movie was highly entertaining ,and never had a dull moment. I was very interested in the plotline and what would happen next, throughout the entire runtime. Jamie Fox did an excellent job as Django. I also liked the job that Leo pulled off,playing the evil plantation owner. And I’ve always found Christolph Waltz to be highly entertaining. I gave the movie a solid A grade. Stay tuned. Follow us on Facebook by Clicking Here. Follow us on Twitter by Clicking Here.