Robin Solsjö Höglund’s review published on Letterboxd:
With Django Unchained, Quentin pushed things even further. It's funnier and more violent and more horrifying all at the same time. It's quite a tonal tightrope to walk, but he does.
I think it's a bit long though. Near the end when Django surrenders the film basically goes into overtime: he still achieves the exact same thing at the same location later, making it a rather redundant dramatic pause.
Overall it's a great experience though. DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx and Waltz are all excellent and Samuel L. Jackson is hysterically funny. I think the nature photography is gorgeous as well.