Django Unchained

After gaining Broomhilda's freedom, Candie insists that Shultz shake his hand, despite the papers being signed and the money paid. Schutlz agrees but as he approaches Candie, Schutlz shoots him instead. Django grabs a gun and a massive shootout starts up. Django shoots a ton of Candie's comrades, but has to stop when one of them shows up holding Broomhilda hostage with a gun to her head. Django gives himself up and is about to castrated when Stephen walks in, telling Django and his captor that Django is going to be sent to a mine for hard labor. While on the way to the mine, Django convinces the people taking him there that he is indeed a free man and also a bounty hunter. They agree to split the proceeds with him on a bounty (which he concocts using an old wanted ad) and untie him. He kills them and returns to Candyland, where he kills all of the white people, including Candie's sister. He lets the two female black servants go, but shoots Stephen in the knees, then lights dynamite and leaves the house. He meets Broomhilda outside and they leave as the house explodes, killing Stephen.

Alew

Continuity mistake: The amount of beer in the glass during the first beer scene in the movie changes between shots. It is half full, then after a while it is almost full again. (00:16:00 - 00:16:55)

More mistakes in Django Unchained

Dr. King Schultz: How do you like the bounty-hunting business?
Django: Kill white people and get paid for it? What's not to like?

More quotes from Django Unchained

Trivia: When we see the "regulators" riding over the hill on the way to kill Django and Schultz, if you look carefully at the right-center portion of screen, you can see one of the stuntmen fall off his horse and the horse continues to run down the hill without him. To make matters even worse, it appears the stuntman rolls right in front of another horse and gets trampled. (00:41:00)

Spencer Crouse Premium member

More trivia for Django Unchained

Question: At the end when Steven is the only one left alive alone with Django, he drops his cane and seems to walk fine. Would that indicate that he was faking the whole time, just pretending he needed it?

Answer: Not necessarily; Stephen's condition may be ameliorated by using a cane to walk, but he doesn't always need the cane. I myself have an ankle condition which is sometimes helped by the use of a cane, but I don't always need the cane.

zendaddy621

More questions & answers from Django Unchained

Join the mailing list

Separate from membership, this is to get updates about mistakes in recent releases. Addresses are not passed on to any third party, and are used solely for direct communication from this site. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Check out the mistake & trivia books, on Kindle and in paperback.