“As Django, Foxx does a fine job but the character is largely one-dimensional, mumbling moderately amusing lines about killing white people. When he gets to choose his own outfit (thanks, Massa), he picks a bright blue fop of a suit, that makes the audience laugh at the simple negro. Then, toward the end of the movie, he regains his dignity, just like that. We hardly get to see a loving moment between Django and Broomhilda even though their love story is supposedly the movie’s centerpiece.” This whole paragraph almost makes me think she didn’t see the movie. Django, while not a perfect character by any means, was well done in my eyes. Some more character development might have been nice for several of the characters, but alas it was already a nearly 3 hour movie. As far as the outfit goes, I saw it as a beautiful (and hilarious) moment of Django’s defiance and choice to be seen. I saw it as a big “F you” to the people who rendered him invisible and told him to be a good slave. And when Django was reunited with Broomhilda twice we saw some great tender moments. I loved Django obviously, but I can understand why it would make some people uncomfortable. That said, those comments just irked me.