New ‘Django Unchained’ Trailer Has More Tarantino Humor & Violence
Who other than Quentin Tarantino (and maybe the Coen Brothers) would be audacious enough to have Jonah Hill cameo as a comically incompetent member of ’The Regulators’ (a predecessor to the KKK) in their movie? That was among the thoughts that passed through my mind while watching the new trailer for Django Unchained, the second installment in what one could reference as Tarantino’s revenge fantasy revisionism of history (after Inglourious Basterds).
Django Unchained takes us back to the Antebellum South (a.k.a. pre-Civil War), as filtered through Tarantino’s imagination and molded by the Italio-westerns – better known as Spaghetti westerns – of directors like Sergio Leone (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly) and Sergio Corbucci (Django – hence the title of Tarantino’s project).
The story is familiar, like a Gothic German fairy tale about a noble prince who sets out to rescue his ...
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