I sort of enjoyed this highly stylized Takashi Miike film, but it certainly had some rough edges. Its unique twist - a Japanese cast in an English-language Western - is also its biggest problem. Due to non-native English speakers, the dialogue is very awkward - the inflections, cadence, and pronunciation all sound stilted unnatural (with Quentin Tarantino's cameo acting being at least as bad).
I'm also a little disappointed that better use wasn't made of the Django aspect, especially the coffin. There are a couple nods, but that's it. However, there is a Japanese version of the theme song that rolls over the credits, and it sounded amazing - probably my favorite part of the whole movie.