History Film / DjangoUnchained

20th Sep '17 3:58:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* DyingCurse: [[spoiler:Before Stephen gets blown up along with Candyland, he spends his last minutes cursing at Django that he will be caught and killed for his crimes, ending with "Django! You uppity son of a--" [[CurseCutShort before the explosion cuts him off]].]]


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* ProfaneLastWords: [[spoiler:Before Stephen gets blown up along with Candyland, he spends his last minutes cursing at Django that he will be caught and killed for his crimes, ending with "Django! You uppity son of a--" [[CurseCutShort before the explosion cuts him off]].]]
19th Sep '17 10:51:30 AM MrKosta
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-->'''Django''': [[spoiler:"You've been in this house for 76 years, you've seen all manners of shit done to niggers]]. But I noticed... you didn't mention kneecapping!" *BANG*
19th Sep '17 10:38:59 AM MrKosta
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* BlackComedy: Several examples, for instance, Billy Crash's InstantSoprano when Django [[GroinAttack Shoots him in the nads]].

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* BlackComedy: Several examples, for instance, Billy Crash's InstantSoprano when Django [[GroinAttack Shoots shoots him in the nads]].
19th Sep '17 10:37:24 AM MrKosta
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* BlackComedy

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* BlackComedyBlackComedy: Several examples, for instance, Billy Crash's InstantSoprano when Django [[GroinAttack Shoots him in the nads]].
16th Sep '17 10:06:27 AM petrandreev13
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* PunctuatedForEmphasis: Sheriff Bill Sharp [[spoiler: actually a wanted outlaw named Willard Peck]].
-->You ain't got nothin' better to do, than comin' to Bill Sharp's town, and Show. Your. ASS?
15th Sep '17 3:05:08 AM Saveelich
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''Django Unchained'' is a 2012 film in the style of a SpaghettiWestern by Creator/QuentinTarantino, who calls it a "Southern" because it is set in the TheDeepSouth rather than TheWildWest.

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''Django Unchained'' is a 2012 film in the style of a SpaghettiWestern by Creator/QuentinTarantino, who calls it a "Southern" because it is set in the TheDeepSouth DeepSouth rather than TheWildWest.
1st Sep '17 4:02:54 PM nombretomado
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** Both Schultz and everyone else refer to his home as "Germany", even though, at in the 1850s, [[AllTheLittleGermanies Germany did not exist as one country yet]]. At one point he mentions Düsseldorf (it's part of a fake identity, but the hometown might be accurate), which would make him a Prussian national. However, as an academic and an expatriate, he might simply associate more with a pan-German identity than any particular state[[note]]There was an attempt at such back then; see the YMMV page[[/note]], or just be simplifying things for the sake of others. If he is [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Prussian]], that might explain his relaxed attitude to violence and dislike of slavery: Prussia had already abolished the near-equivalent serfdom earlier that century, and later signed an international treaty to suppress the slave trade. It's also possible Schultz was a "Forty-Eighter", one of the many Germans who immigrated to the United States after the revolution of 1848 failed, who were known for anti-slavery views and later formed part of the radical wing in the Republican Party. Many fought in the American civil war on the Union side.

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** Both Schultz and everyone else refer to his home as "Germany", even though, at in the 1850s, [[AllTheLittleGermanies [[UsefulNotes/AllTheLittleGermanies Germany did not exist as one country yet]]. At one point he mentions Düsseldorf (it's part of a fake identity, but the hometown might be accurate), which would make him a Prussian national. However, as an academic and an expatriate, he might simply associate more with a pan-German identity than any particular state[[note]]There was an attempt at such back then; see the YMMV page[[/note]], or just be simplifying things for the sake of others. If he is [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Prussian]], that might explain his relaxed attitude to violence and dislike of slavery: Prussia had already abolished the near-equivalent serfdom earlier that century, and later signed an international treaty to suppress the slave trade. It's also possible Schultz was a "Forty-Eighter", one of the many Germans who immigrated to the United States after the revolution of 1848 failed, who were known for anti-slavery views and later formed part of the radical wing in the Republican Party. Many fought in the American civil war on the Union side.
24th Aug '17 8:52:23 AM petrandreev13
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* WilhelmScream: Heard when one of the escaping riders falls off his horse after Schultz shoots the hidden explosives in his van.
27th Jul '17 10:04:35 PM CHLORINEGARGOYLE
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* TrailersAlwaysLie: Averted, the film is a blood and gore soaked nonstop action thrill ride in the vein of ''Film/{{Taken}}''.

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* TrailersAlwaysLie: Averted, The commercials make it out to be a Western with almost nonstop action, with a heavy emphasis on bounty hunting, and set up Candie to be some sort of mastermind (as well as implying, by juxtaposition, that he's one of the Brittle brothers, when they're only {{Starter Villain}}s). In the film, the action is only in a few parts (as is common with Tarantino's films), Candie isn't introduced or discussed until just over halfway through the film is a blood (and isn't especially intelligent; in fact, he doesn't figure out Schultz and gore soaked nonstop action thrill ride in Django's plan until his butler tells him), and the vein duo are only shown taking down a couple of ''Film/{{Taken}}''. relevant bounty targets -- the majority of their work was done off-screen.
29th Jun '17 2:14:49 PM newsguy95
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* DamselInDistress: Broomhilda. She exists entirely on the level of plot device, receiving very little characterization aside from being Django's wife, having a tendency to attempt to escape, and being able to speak German. Oddly for a Tarantino film, played completely straight.

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* DamselInDistress: Broomhilda. She exists entirely on the level of plot device, receiving very little characterization aside from being Django's wife, having a tendency to attempt to escape, and being able to speak German. Oddly for a Tarantino film, played completely straight. (Kerry Washington says she took the role specifically because African-American actresses are rarely offered this type of part.)
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