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Pokermonster
21 Jan 13 22:51
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I watched Quentin Tarantino's latest movie this evening and was dismayed to notice a 19th century billiards table sporting a 21st century cueball.  I've never seen such a glaring error, it ruined the whole film for me. 

Just thought I'd give you all a heads up so you can save your money.

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By:
TELL DEL
When: 22 Jan 13 11:32
Going to see it this week, looks very good from the trailer, long film nearly 3 hours, longer than Les Mis !
By:
David Fishwick Minibus Sales
When: 22 Jan 13 11:34
excellent advice PM, much appreciated.
By:
stonecold-
When: 22 Jan 13 11:41
i really liked the film myself
By:
TheBetterBettor
When: 22 Jan 13 12:09
aswell as everyone having shiney ass teeth....Also, most of them have gone under the surgeons knife.
By:
SlippyBlue
When: 22 Jan 13 12:29
I'll see it in the next couple of weeks when I get around to it. From what I've seen it has had favourable reviews but a quick half time pint will be the order of the day no doubt.
By:
Hound-Dog-2
When: 22 Jan 13 14:53
"Good, cold, evening gentlemen.
Amongst your inventory, I've been led to believe,
there's a specimen I'm keen to acquire."

Django - the 'D' is silent.
By:
bobtoe
When: 22 Jan 13 15:04
I thought I spotted a mistake when Leo Di Capiro's character was talking about Phylogeny when the film was set before Darwin published 'On the Origin of the Species'. However I've checked and the tree of life hypothesis was about before 1859.

Good film though a bit long. I preferred Inglorious Basterds.
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Pokermonster
When: 23 Jan 13 00:47
It was riddled with mistakes in my view.  Django's sunglasses were far too modern; three corpses (worth thousands of dollars in bounty) were just abandoned; plus the aforementioned cueball.

Joking aside, though, I didn't like the film very much.  It was too long and I found the blood-spattering effects overly dramatic and unconvincing.  Some of those old six-shooters blew people away like a damned bazooka.
By:
Pokermonster
When: 23 Jan 13 00:50
On a positive note, I thought the main actors performed well.
By:
NSL
When: 23 Jan 13 17:49
Christoph Waltz is an outstanding actor.
By:
rommel
When: 24 Jan 13 11:45
comic book cerrrrrrrrrrrrrrap
By:
Hound-Dog-2
When: 24 Jan 13 11:57
"Christoph Waltz is an outstanding actor."

In his mid-30's he was just a bit actor with small parts in TV and film and a bit of theatre work, and more or less accepted he was never going to make it now......then  Quentin Tarantino somehow discovered him......and when he was in Inglorious Basterds he was the only actor in any Tarantino film to win an oscar. And QT was quick to use him again in Django.
By:
MadVlad
When: 24 Jan 13 17:26
brilliant film Cool
By:
Facts
When: 24 Jan 13 17:32
^ yep. It is. Outstanding again from QT

rommel - comic book ? exactly - thats the point !! hth.
By:
rommel
When: 25 Jan 13 09:23
dont mind comic book,do mind cerrrap,hth
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