Chad Kohalyk’s review published on Letterboxd :
Funnier than I thought it would be, Django Unchained was very entertaining. Christoph Waltz amazes again. This time though, I thought Leo DiCaprio also did an amazing job. Although less subtle (?) than Inglorious Basterds, the light treatment of the subject matter and the violence are reminiscent. Tarantino's characters are highly practical and accepting of the extreme situations that they are in. Not that they accept the actual situation, but that they are not horrified by it as the viewer is, seeing as they are _living_ the situation. But when they break out, they take no prisoners. Revenge is a common characteristic in Tarantino films, and in this one it is especially bloody.