I saw the movie with the OP and echo his sentiments. Waltz was great as usual and Leo really surprised me, as odd as that sounds because he's one of my favorite actors, in his portrayal of Messieur Candie - the decadent Southern plantation owner.
I'll also add that I was really impressed with Jamie Foxx as Django. I heard an interview this week where Tarantino said his first choice for the role was Will Smith. But after sitting down with Smith and watching him read the script and his reactions, he felt Smith couldn't pull off the "angry slave" persona of the Django character and opted for Foxx. His decision paid off in spades (SWIDT) because Foxx was fantastic.
The shootouts, scenery, dialogue and soundtrack are everything you'd expect and more with a Tarantino film. I highly recommend.
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PS. - I don't know what the record is for the most N-bombs in a movie is, but django might have set a new one.
It'll be interesting to see certain crowd reactions if white folk laugh as much as we did to certain portions of the dialogue.
This post was edited on 12/7 at 9:32 am