Ethan Colburn’s review published on Letterboxd:
Call me basic but Tarantino can do no wrong.
It’s interesting to me that, Hateful Eight aside, Tarantino seems exclusively focused on revenge in his 21st Century pictures, and I have no problem with it. They’re cathartic and exhilarating.
I somehow thought Christoph Waltz was much less a part of this story, but I loved that he is the heart of this story. I love that Tarantino got him typecast as a villain, then reversed course and made him the hero of this story.
Widely entertaining, Django is a joy to return to.