Django is a 60's action western directed by Sergio Corbucci; the film stars, Franco Nero as the titular hero, Franco Nero, Loredana Nusciak, Eduardo Fajardo and José Bódalo. The story revolves around the struggles of a mysterious traveler named Django whom is often seen pulling a closed coffin about. One day by happenstance, he comes across some thugs attacking a young woman. He kills the bandits and saves the girl, only to earn the ire of their leader, Major Jackson.
It turns out, in an odd twist of fate, that Jackson is the very man whom Django has been seeking, for he is the man that murdered the wayfarer's wife.
If this trailer doesn't get you tingling to see "Django Unchained" January 25, then it could be assumed that Quentin Tarantino in general probably doesn't excite you at all. After all, the man loves his films the way many hate their orange juice: loaded down with pulp. A little bit like a blaxploitation script that was misfiled unbound with a gunslinger's-revenge tale, "Django Unchained" reunites Tarantino with his "Inglourious Basterds" Oscar winner Christopher Waltz as a "dentist" that frees slave Django (Jamie Foxx, looking the best he has since "Ray" or "The Soloist") and molds him into a bounty hunter.