I've made my feelings about reviewing trailers quite clear in the past, but as the great Robert Warshow once said, "A man goes to the movies. The critic must be honest enough to admit that he is that man." As a man, this critic must admit he is feverishly excited about Tarantino's "Django," and as such, he greedily consumed any Twitter reactions he could find from the Cannes press corps. And because I suspect there are more men (or women) out there like me, I've compiled them all here for you. More to come.
"OMFG, 'Django Unchained' looks so good. SO GOOD. #Cannes"
"Just saw trailer for 'Django 'the D is silent' 'Unchained.' Mind successfully blown."
"Holy shit, 'Django Unchained' looks ridiculously fun. FRANCO NERO!!! That's all I'll say here. Write-up coming soon."
"Just saw trailers for 'The Master,' 'Silver Linings Playbook' & 'Django Unchained.' Again, like guessing college grades from an ultrasound..."
"Most intrigued by 'The Master' footage, 'Django Unchained' ext. trailer seemed safe but solid & 'Silver Linings' seemed rather pedestrian."
"'Django Unchained' looks f'n badass... 7 minute trailer ending with Jamie Foxx shooting his pistol to James Brown 'Payback' 'The D is Silent'"
"'Django... the D is silent.' Ha oh man 'Django Unchained' footage looks so unbelievably badass. I love Tarantino! Saw a good 7 mins - awesome!"
"Weinstein show & tell in #cannes of footage from 'The Master, "Silver Linings Playbook' and 'Django Unchained' wowed media crowd. All tricky!"
"Harvey Weinstein just presented 7 mins of 'Django Unchained.' Looks ace. We're tipping Fritz the nodding horse to be a breakout star. #Cannes"
"'Django' gets the most whoops. Plenty of blood, plenty of laughs. Looks like it will be the Cristophe Waltz show. 'The D is silent.' #Cannes"