One of Tarantino's best. Very unafraid to go to dark places and highlight the hypocrisy and disgusting nature of racism. Christoph Waltz and Leonardo DiCaprio make up a cracking supporting cast who fill this film with personality. Jamie Foxx's Django is a no nonsense yet entertaining character with plenty of warmth and a sly wit.
This film isn't an easy watch but if you're familiar with Tarantino's work then you already know that this film will contain strong violence and coarse language from the get-go, but it seems so in place here. This was a much darker period in America's history and very much the world's, not to be taken lightly but also not to be missed, definitely a return to form for one of cinema's most treasured modern maestros.