Christoph Waltz (above) as a semi-moral bounty hunter and Samuel L. Jackson (below, left) as the Uncle Tom of all time, and tosses around the word "nigger" like it was about to go out of style and so must not, on any account, be forgotten.
Jamie Foxx, below), and so gussies itself up ironically -- but so consistently and repeti-tiously that any irony is finally long gone. As violent as the movie is, however, Tarantino actually cuts away from some of the beatings, blood and gore. So this could have been a lot worse. But were not the filmmaker so enamored with himself and his "style," the movie could have been so much better. Shorter, too. There is enough content here for maybe 90 minutes rather than its current 165.
here to find the theater nearest you -- and go crazy. Maybe, if you're really lucky, you live in a location where you can legally carry a concealed weapon into the local theater and have yourself some fun. I'll tell you: This movie'll rev you up to it. But remember: You can only shoot the really, really bad guys. 'Cause that's just A-OK.