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The Best 'Django Unchained' Movie Quotes

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    Wearing Bags

    Big Daddy: "Damn. I can't see f***ing s*** out of this thing."
    Bag Head #2: "I think we all think the bags was a nice idea. But, not pointing any fingers, they could of been done better. So how bout, no bags this time, but next time, we do the bags right, and then go full regalia."
    Big Daddy: "Did I say we ain't wearing bags? It's a raid! Who cares if you can see! Can the Horses see!? That's all that matters!"

    As Big Daddy and the other bag heads learn, while their goal of riding around on their horses for the raid on Dr. Schultz and Django was well intentioned, the bags clearly impede their vision. Fear not, says Big Daddy, it's the horses who need to see, not them.
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    I Like the Way You Die, Boy

    Video: YouTube

    Django: "I like the way you die, boy."

    For Django, getting the opportunity to kill one of the brothers responsible for taking his wife is sweet, sweet revenge.
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    Curiosity and Attention

    Video: YouTube

    Calvin Candie: "Gentlemen, you had my curiosity but now you have my attention."

    When Dr. Schultz and Django pay a visit to Calvin Candie, they intrigue the Candyland owner, moving his level of interest from curious to attentive.
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    I Need Your Help

    Video: YouTube

    Dr. King Schultz: "Do you know what a bounty hunter is?"
    Django: "You kill people and they give you a reward."
    Dr. King Schultz: "That and they are big on that reward… I need your help. I'm looking for the Brittle Brothers however I don't know what they look like, but you do. Don't you?"
    Django: "They caught my wife and they sold her but I don't know where they took her."
    Dr. King Schultz: "That means we visit every plantation until we find them and once the final Brittle Brother lies dead in the dust, I agree to give you your freedom and I'll take you to rescue your wife."
    Django: "Where we going?"

    Once Dr. Schultz lays out the big picture of what he wants to do, Django is all ready to get started. Freedom and his wife back, how could he turn that offer down?
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