Review: Django Unchained


With the help of a German bounty hunter, a freed slave sets out to rescue his wife from a brutal Mississippi plantation owner.


Quentin Tarantino movies never disappoint and this is one hell of a movie, I don’t like Westerns but I loved this one. Tarantino always adds a modern twist, and you can tell it from the music that was used and I loved that. Jamie Fox was the main character, Django, but to me he wasn’t the star, it was Dr. Shultz. Or in this case Christopher Waltz, the German Doctor turned Bounty Hunger, and he was the bad guy in Inglourious Basterds, he played the bad guy perfectly, and he played the bounty hunter perfectly. It’s a hell of a movie, a bit long, but a great twist towards the end, and there are some fun twists when you do know its a Taratino Movie. Samuel L Jackson played the role of Stephen the house servant, but he played his role to the end, he was a great actor in this movie as well. A hell of a movie and lots of fun, well worth watching, a bit too long, but who doesn’t love a Taratino movie.

Link: IMDB



Review: The Man With The Iron Fist

On the hunt for a fabled treasure of gold, a band of warriors, assassins, and a rogue British soldier descend upon a village in feudal China, where a humble blacksmith looks to defend himself and his fellow villagers.

You have to love the excessiveness of this movie, its like one of those typical Kung Fu movies from the 80s but with a ridiculous character line up and the Quintin Tarantino flare. RZA from the Wu Tang Clan, is all over this movie, he one of the main characters, the director, the screenplay writer, and pretty much everything else in the movie. Overall, the movie is just a fun flick to see on the weekend. Lots of blood, decapitation, fun martial arts, subliminal dirty jokes, sarcastic humor, special effects, and a unique, urban take on the classic Kung Fu films we’ve learn to love over the years. This is not a movie you waste your time dissecting. You either love it or you hate. I took the movie for what it was and I loved every minute of it. It had everything an action flick should have, great action, great costumes, great weapons, solid plot and good actors. If you love martial arts movies then you have to watch this one, as usual its fun and over the top.

Link: IMDB

Quentin Tarantino Commercial in SoftBank Ads

I don’t know what to make of this ad, looks like some sort of dog speaker ad. Quentin Tarantino is talking in Japanese and listening to the commands of dog, with a white woman on the other end. I knew Japan had some crazy ads, but this one has Quentin Tarantino so it has to be product that people must have. Also there is a cool looking talking dog, I would mind having a dog like that.

Link: Gizmodo