We’re opening this feature on something most die-hard Tarantino fans will have seen. But be warned, there are some HUGE spoilers to follow.
These 50 Best Moment features are designed to go in-depth on the experience of watching the best films of the year – to remind you of bits you enjoyed, or highlight stuff you might have missed first time out, to encourage you to see it a second time.
But these features are not for the uninitiated, so if you haven’t seen Django Unchained yet, turn away now!
Still here? Good. We adored Django Unchained, and we’re looking forward to discussing the best bits with you.
You’ll have seen it in all the trailers, but this list wouldn’t be complete with this particular slice of film geek heaven.
Jamie Foxx’s new Django, spelling out his name to the original, Franco Nero. Surreal, and awesome.
We're going to ignore the fact that Nero's response doesn't really make sense when you think about it - (If he knew, then why did he ask him to spell it out?) - and enjoy pretty much the coolest cameo in Tarantino’s back catalogue.