Have you ever watched a movie with strong racist tones and just wished somebody would understand that it was all wrong? And you wished that justice would be brought on those who would abuse humans? Tarrentino's BEST FILM Django Unchained plays on that exact passion: The plot is that an intellectual bounty hunter goes from town to town with his new business partner, Django, killing white people for money. You'll find your values will match those of the young doctor, who cashes in on Wanted Dear or Alive posters, and always choosing the "dead" bounty. Furthermore, this makes his killing legal, and is a fact he constantly flaunts in nearby spectators faces. It's perfect, as you have no sympathy for anyone whose racist, and so it creates a perfect good guy beats bad guy dynamic: Basically Tarantino put the guy that you wished existed in every racist movie you've ever seen, and made him the most confident and intelligent individual you can imagine, who also holds the best job. Get ready for some patronizing lectures, some cocky mannerisms, and some fast shooting: Django unchained will disturb you while reconciling these hard to watch pieces with pure justice. This is a fresh take on the racist theme, and one that should be greatly appreciated.