What was the defining/most memorable moment in Django. SPOILERS

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ToadWarrior
4 years ago#1
In your opinion?


For me it's the I've Got a Name Riding montage, or the part during Django's victory lap where it flashes back to Schultz saying "You know what they'll call you? The fastest gun in the south."

There were other more intense scenes (You really want me to shake your hand?) but those two will be what I think about first when I think about the movie.

User Info: Brett8

Brett8
4 years ago#2
The bar scene, the dinner scene, or the subsequent hand-shaking scene. I can't really pick between the three.
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Valkyrie_Gal
4 years ago#3
When Django confronts the Brittle Brothers at Big Daddy's plantation.

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TwoNumbThumbs
4 years ago#4
Everything.

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drointhewind
4 years ago#5
memorable would be the guy getting torn apart by dogs. I cannot get that out of my mind.
Favorite would be the dinner scene
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HHH is the game
4 years ago#6
Can somebody explain the Django/Doctor scene and why people keep referencing it? I thought it felt weird and out of nowhere and sort of tacked in but apparently people really liked it. Did the Doctor even say that line earlier in the movie? For some reason I didn't remember it. Maybe he did but I forgot about it. It seemed like they were randomly flashing back to something we hadn't seen before but maybe I'm wrong and he did say it. Still I dunno what made it such a good line.
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Vakarro
4 years ago#7
Towards the end of the movie, when Schultz plans on leaving Candyland and addresses Calvin as "Mister Candie" and then tells him simply goodbye.
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ToadWarrior
4 years ago#8
HHH is the game posted...
Can somebody explain the Django/Doctor scene and why people keep referencing it? I thought it felt weird and out of nowhere and sort of tacked in but apparently people really liked it. Did the Doctor even say that line earlier in the movie? For some reason I didn't remember it. Maybe he did but I forgot about it. It seemed like they were randomly flashing back to something we hadn't seen before but maybe I'm wrong and he did say it. Still I dunno what made it such a good line.


It was a flashback to something we hadn't seen before, part of the scene where Django is practicing/demonstrating his accuracy and speed on the snowman.

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HHH is the game
4 years ago#9
So can somebody explain what was so good about it?
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ToadWarrior
4 years ago#10
I don't know but it is, so deal with it.
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