Many Django moviegoers have one of two reactions. Either they want to go out and shoot some white people or, thanks to the movie’s gratuitous violence, they feel like throwing up:

https://twitter.com/hannaheure/status/288819483924103168

https://twitter.com/HistrionicPress/status/290050986809098241

https://twitter.com/KristinaMxox/status/288137143266713600

https://twitter.com/magraex3/status/288476232625041408

You’ve been warned. So if you see Django, be prepared:

And remember, this movie has received a stamp of approval from anti-gun fanatic Michael Moore.

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Moviegoer: ‘Seeing Django reignited my desire to kill white people’

Anti-gun zealot Michael Moore endorses shoot-em-up film, ‘Django Unchained’

Mia’s movie review: ‘Django’ is ‘really great,’ but graphic gun massacres hard to watch

  • folsomb

    Movie was great…people that got sick are a joke, just like the idiots that think its a racial movie. Love how tarantino died in the movie

    • R0nin

      You really don’t think it’s “racial”? Really? What was it, then? Certainly not historical. And what about all the black people who felt encouraged by it because the black protagonist kills so many white people?

      • hbnolikeee

        Or further that the idiot star said how great is was to get paid to shoot white people. Nothing racist about that.

      • Hearns-Jackson-Hagler-Jones

        Maybe they could have changed history?

  • http://twitter.com/GTeresa9 Teresa McCormick

    I won’t be watching it for the sole purpose that Michael Moore endorsed it. No thanks

  • http://twitter.com/GTeresa9 Teresa McCormick

    I won’t be watching it for the sole purpose that Michael Moore endorsed it. No thanks

  • $129448

    I won’t give any Liberal in Hollywood one penny of my hard earned money. F-them and their violent movies

  • $129448

    I won’t give any Liberal in Hollywood one penny of my hard earned money. F-them and their violent movies

  • orringtonmom (D)

    i’ll pass.

  • Paula Noakes

    The sad thing is, it will probably win a Best Picture Oscar. And nobody in Hollyweird will even notice the irony …

  • nc

    So Django and Texas Chainsaw Massacre are top gross out – I mean grossing films in recent weeks and BHO and Biden still want to talk only about guns? Why are there so many people that think this sort of thing is entertaining? Why isn’t that at least part of the conversation?

  • sunnyblack76

    I watched it (for free — don’t ask me how. I am a capitalist, but let’s just say I’m redistributing the entertainment back to me on account of the numerous times over the years taht Hollywood has bilked me out of $9 for one of their stupid movies).. ANYWAY..

    I was surprised at how entertained I was by the film, Django. It WAS an interesting bit of storytelling, as you’d expect from Tarantino who has a flair for it. It was NOT some anti- tea party or anti-GOP story. It wasn’t claiming that white slaveholders were Republicans, and I’m actually surprised that Samuel Jackson’s “Uncle Tom” character didn’t say something that would reference Herman Cain (e.g. “9, 9,9”). In short, there were no low blows against conservatives.

    The violence in the film was completely unnecessary. It was needlessly graphic. Calf muscles exploding blood for no particular reason. It was lame. I think the only reason I didn’t feel nauseous is because I just fast forwarded through the weird shootout scene and the scene of the two Mandingos brutally beating each other.

    Now that I think about it…the whole aspect of the story involving Mandingos and slaves beating each other up was fairly unnecessary. It could have been excised out, but obviously it’s Tarantino’s way of being edgy.

    I recall a movie from the 1970s with Bill Cosby. I think it was called Man and Boy. That movie was as poignant about blacks during that period of time as anything in Django. It was a more thoughtful film as I recall. I don’t know why people are calling Django eye opening or though provoking so far as treatment of blacks in the nineteenth century is concerned.

    • hbnolikeee

      So here’s my confusion. You start saying you were entertained and then go on to say the violence was unnecessary and needlessly graphic. It was lame. ..the only reason I didn’t feel nauseous…

      But it entertained you? Most folks aren’t entertained by things that make them sick. You might look into that.

    • JeannieJ

      Right there with you, Sunny….watched it without supporting Hollywood. For me, it was entertaining solely because of the German bountyhunter/mentor, the actor for that role having won the Golden Globe for his portrayal. His character was witty, funny, sarcastic and entertaining. The rest for me was…pure Tarantino. Silly, excessive violence, silly (again…it really merits two sillies) and tedious. Plus I disliked the music. My husband’s a Tarantino fan, so we worked together. He watched the whole thing, and when the extended icky scenes were on, I did other things. The movie pretty much did classify all whites as evil, all blacks as noble and victims of the evil whites. I’m sure libs were tumescent at all the glory heaped on those submissive, civilized blacks who didn’t kill their masters. (sigh)

    • JeannieJ

      Right there with you, Sunny….watched it without supporting Hollywood. For me, it was entertaining solely because of the German bountyhunter/mentor, the actor for that role having won the Golden Globe for his portrayal. His character was witty, funny, sarcastic and entertaining. The rest for me was…pure Tarantino. Silly, excessive violence, silly (again…it really merits two sillies) and tedious. Plus I disliked the music. My husband’s a Tarantino fan, so we worked together. He watched the whole thing, and when the extended icky scenes were on, I did other things. The movie pretty much did classify all whites as evil, all blacks as noble and victims of the evil whites. I’m sure libs were tumescent at all the glory heaped on those submissive, civilized blacks who didn’t kill their masters. (sigh)

  • Wayne Sexton

    Well did Vice President Biden watch the movie as part of his war on guns committee? Bet not, but movies do affect people……….

  • Jack Deth

    So, Tarantino steals the worst, most graphic parts of late 1970s Spaghetti westerns. Stirs in some Lance Horner “Mandingo” and “Drum”. Throws a Dumpster full of money and an expensive stable of actors into the mix and makes money.

    Nothing new here. It’s what Tarantino does.

    If I want to watch stellar trash, I’ll watch the original low budget, Deep South, sweat a thon, “Drum”. With Ken Norton, Pam Grier, Warren Oates and John Colicos. At least it was honest in its pursuit of story telling!

  • http://twitter.com/Steve7771 Steve Wilson

    Are you kidding me??? It’s no worse than any of the other Tarantino films,I actually thought it was mild by comparison. How about the current regime of zombie and slasher films?? And this one made people sick. I’m not really a Tarantino fan but I actually liked it.

    • DixieAngel_76

      The last ‘zombie movie’ I saw wasn’t trying to pass itself off as history, that’s just ONE point.

  • J.N. Ashby

    I guess they didn’t see Human Centipede.

  • DixieAngel_76

    Old saying: “Garbage in; garbage out”. Stay indoors, and keep your guns handy. Idiots who make movies like this don’t care that they are inciting more violence.

  • $36544368

    The reactions of these tweeters kind of remind me of how I felt the day after this last presidential election…I wanted to throw up too.

  • ceemack

    I am shocked–shocked!–to learn that there is gratuitous violence and gore in a Quentin Tarantino movie.

    Seriously. If you’ve ever seen Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill (either volume) or Inglorious Basterds and did NOT expect more of the same…can’t help you. Sorry.