Django is the type of movie that may get 3 nods for Best Supporting Actor.
and waltz was a lot better in IB, plus there were great performances by the french scarlet jo and diane kruger
there wasn't anything like that in django, imho. jamie fox just was mean and black and shultz was unremarkable. leo was pretty good, though
Dicaprio/Jackson destroys Brad Pitt and whoever else.
jackson was a one-trick pony who got old after the initial scene (which was hilarious)
The interactions of Shultz with the Marshall, the Speck brothers, etc were tremendous.
they were forced and repetitive, like samuel j jackson's character
But the "Handshake" scene was tremendous as well.
but there was no real development to that point. it was like a 180 all of a sudden that created conflict
shultz had issues with slavery and then after doing a good thing just goes, "frick it i'm going to die here making a moral point in front of people who won't give a shit, instead of leaving and coming back to kill them later." like i said, it was just forced