It is only near the very end of Django, when Jamie Foxx’s horse is doing a humorous, Mr. Ed-style tap dance after eliminating the plantation where he finds his wife Hildy, when Django Unchained fully embraces the whimsical satire that all of Tarantino’s films inevitably become.

It is only near the very end of Django, when Jamie Foxx’s horse is doing a humorous, Mr. Ed-style tap dance after eliminating the plantation where he finds his wife Hildy, when Django Unchained fully embraces the whimsical satire that all of Tarantino’s films inevitably become.

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