It’s a grand Quentin Tarantino tradition (along with loving close-ups of Uma Thurman’s feet): the moment our shameless auteur makes literal what his film is doing figuratively. In Pulp Fiction, it was the adrenaline shot to the heart. In Django Unchained, it’s a character (played by Tarantino) literally playing with dynamite. Don’t let the reckless deployment of N-bombs keep you from experiencing this funky, bloody revenge fantasy, which features great, peacocky performances from Christoph Waltz, Jamie Foxx, and Leonardo DiCaprio, a dazzling soundtrack, and, yes, too much brutal violence. (Still, hands are made for peeking through.) (See Movie Times: