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" Django Unchained may not be as perfect as Inglorious Basterds, but this is a bloody entertaining film. Quentin Tarantino is an entertainer. He makes films for the audience. He goes out in full gear and creates a film filled with so much energy. A true crowd pleaser. It's bloody, memorable, bold and stylish. It's a long film, but it manages to be perfectly paced without boring me for a second. Tarantino is a master at creating memorable characters. His writing abilities combined with outstand"


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The Cinephile voted for a review of Django Unchained 7 months, 2 weeks ago

“"Django. The D is silent." Django Unchained is one of 2012's best films, a deliriously enjoyable slice of pulpy entertainment finding Quentin Taran”

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CD Smiles voted for a review of Django Unchained 1 year, 3 months ago

“Very nice movie that has history and slight comedy. Defiantly not my favorite but a good movie directed be the great Quentin Tarantino. Remember the b”

Master James posted a review 1 year, 3 months ago

“Very nice movie that has history and slight comedy. Defiantly not my favorite but a good movie directed be the great Quentin Tarantino. Remember the black guy always wins (except in real life).” read more

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Hereticked posted a review 2 years, 3 months ago

Tarentino is back!

“Django Unchained was an entertaining breath of fresh air and a return to form for Quentin Tarentino. I was bored for all but 5 minutes of "Death Proof" and either bored or asleep for the excruciating 2 and a half hours of "Inglourious Basterds", so I was a little worried when i saw that Django was almost 3 hours long. Thankfully, that long run time passed in what felt like minutes.

Django takes everything about the traditional western and turns it on its head. Instead of a white hero on a white horse and a bunch of comically stereotyped minorities we get a black hero on a dark horse poking fun at the violent, racist period that's been glorified over and over throughout film history. The best example of this is the scene which shows the first ride of (what will become) the KKK, a ” read more

moviebuff15 posted a review 2 years, 4 months ago

Revenge, Tarantino-Style

“"Django Unchained" is a blood-soaked, blackly funny, slavery-era extravaganza of a film, compliments of Quentin Tarantino. It is a movie populated with great actors delivering great dialogue, with some great gore and not one but two epic shoot-outs at the end to top it off.

Django (Jamie Fox) is a slave who was separated from his wife, Broomhilda Von Shaft (Kerry Washington) as punishment when the two tried to run away together from their plantation. Forced to walk shackled to a cart under harsh winter conditions, Django is surprised to encounter eccentric 'dentist' Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz,) who turns out to be a skilled bounty hunter.

King Schultz acquires Django under strange and bloody circumstances, and offers him a proposition- Django will earn his freedo” read more

Polly Pop posted a review 2 years, 4 months ago

“Best movie of 2012, undeniably. It's wonderful to see how easily Tarantino portrays such a hard time that was the 19th century in America , and the poor conditions of slavery with his personal spice. He's always a genius and we can see his brilliant work here: the cast is perfect, the plot is remarkable and the production and scenery are breathtaking. Jamie Foxx is a natural hero as Django, Christoph Waltz is perfect as King Schultz and Leonardo DiCaprio teaches us about acting playing the wonderful character that is Calvin Candie. King Schultz and Django are one of those epic partnerships of cinema, like Bonnie and Clyde. And I will always thank Quentin for the adorable scene in which King Schultz tells Django about the legend of Broomhilda and Siegfried. Sweet , touching and harsh all a” read more

takat posted a review 2 years, 4 months ago

“Oh I loved this movie! The director, actors and the whole staff (music, scenery, costumes, etc.) did an amazing job. I love how it deals with the issue of slavery and emancipation with a humorist twist to it, but at the same time not offending anybody. The main characters being, a white German and an enslaved African, there's no division between bad and good characters, based on skin colors. The morals of men are put in the first place. It doesn't make you a bad person if you are white, nor does it make you a good, innocent, naive person if you were black, back in the days of slavery. It was all up to the people, how they chose to live and what values they chose to stick too.

I loved the reference to "The Three Musketeers". All the characters are extraordinarily unique and fascin” read more

DuckNation posted a review 2 years, 6 months ago

“What can i say i love Quentin Tarantino his movies are amazing. This film is freaking awesome to say the least. I went to see it on Christmas and it was the highlight of the day. A wonderful cast Foxx/DiCaprio/Waltz/Jackson/Washington all did amazing performances.Plus the cameo of Jonah hill was great

Also the little cameo Quentin Tarantino at the end was awesome pointless but awesome

But id have to say that out of them all i loved Samuel L. Jackson the most the guy just stole the Show.” read more

PvtCaboose91 posted a review 2 years, 7 months ago

It only works in bits and pieces

“"Django. The D is silent."

Django Unchained is one of 2012's best films, a deliriously enjoyable slice of pulpy entertainment finding Quentin Tarantino back at the top of his game...for about seventy minutes. Following the terrific opening act, Django Unchained pussyfoots around in pure boredom for the better part of an hour, showing Tarantino at his most undisciplined and, well, unchained. Tarantino's first all-out Western, the film is actually a close cousin to 2009's Inglourious Basterds. Like that film, Django Unchained takes place in a troubled historical period, features Christoph Waltz, and exhibits the writer-director's strengths and weaknesses in equal measure. While the film has a handful of great set-pieces and a marvellous cast, the flashes of brilliance are let down ” read more

FG93 posted a review 2 years, 7 months ago

Tarantino Delivers Again

“I've wanted to see it for ages and was really excited to do so for two reasons, first, I think Tarantino is one of the best directors around at the moment and I've loved all his work(that I've seen of course), and secondly, simply because this was set to be a western, and many of my favourite films consist of westerns.

So when I finally got to see it I had high hopes, and it did not disappoint! Tarantino blows us away(or rather himself*which you'll get once you see the film) once again with another amazing piece of cinema! It's a classic blood-bath Tarantino film, that I love so much! The perfect example of this being when Django is being shot at by numerous men, but every single shot seems to hit the dead guy in front of him, who's blood pretty much re-paints the house.

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Rocconeverdies posted a review 2 years, 7 months ago

The bloody conclusion of retribution

“A decent western from the QT. Jamie Foxx gets his freedom from the shackles by the bounty hunter Dr. King Schultz(Waltz) and gets in the bounty hunting business with him before getting after the people who took his wife. Story is full of wonderful and entertaining characters played by old school actor´s. That is the most entertaining part. Especially DiCaprio and Samuel L. Jackson make the most out of there characters. The retribution part is also very well done. I´m a bit skeptical about the ending and the way it turn out. I have always been a huge fan of QT´s tradition and style of using music is his films. They bring so much in to the film. That style, elegance and even flamboyance. The action is there always. Bloody as ever. That is the part that does not fail.

The Cinemat” read more

SJMJ91 posted a review 2 years, 7 months ago

Another Quentin Tarantino masterpiece.

“Django Unchained marks the second film from Quentin Tarantino that mixes his old-school trademarks of violence, recurring themes, creative dialogue and badass soundtracks within a setting loosely based on historical events. Tarantino already interpreted his own climax of World War II in Inglourious Basterds through his passion for cinema and in his latest feature, he provides a similar story structure. This time, he tackles a story set in Deep South America where he adds his own adjustments about black slavery, a widely controversial subject. Despite this, Tarantino used elements from his past films in Django Unchained which leave their mark and, therefore, adds more oppressiveness as well as originality to the storyline. Furthermore, it is important to note that Django Unchained does not ” read more

johanlefourbe posted a review 2 years, 7 months ago

A good movie

“Before watching 'Inglourious Basterds', I was really excited because I thought that Tarantino could make something awesome out of this material but, eventually, even though I liked it, it was far from being the masterpiece I heard about. This time, I was equally excited by the idea of Quentin Tarantino tackling this material but I was also more cautious. Eventually, even though I had a good time, pretty much like 'Inglourious Basterd', there were many things I enjoyed but also many things that just puzzled me and, at the end of the day, I can't say that it was really amazing. Let's start with the good stuff. The first half was really good. Indeed, it was sharp, focused and really really fun with some great dialogs. Furthermore, there was a great cast (Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo ” read more

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The 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards (38 movies items)

"5 NOMS/2 WINS Best Supporting Actor - Motion Picture - COMEDY -Christoph Waltz Best Screenplay - Motion Picture - Quentin Tarantino Best Supporting Actor - Motion Picture - Leonardo DiCaprio Best Director - Motion Picture - Quentin Tarantino "


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DVDecember 2012 (28 movies items)

"First viewing - Dec. 30th First off I'd like to comment that the "wife" & I tried to get in to see Django at two different Drafthouses & both were sold out for the shows that worked for us. Since we had my parents already watching the kiddo, we were thus forced to see it elsewhere & thus endured through countless commercials (actually I played with my phone instead of watching them) & no less than 7 or 8 trailers, all but one of which completely sucked. If those films were any indication, 2013 "


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2012 Academy Awards Predictions (20 movies items)

"**Leonardo DiCaprio- Django Unchained *Robert De Niro- Silver Linings Playbook *Phillip Seymour Hoffman- The Master *Tommy Lee Jones- Lincoln *Matthew McConaughey- Magic Mike It seems like in every acting category, there's at least four locks. I'm currently picking DiCaprio for two reasons, 1.) The last time Quentin Tarantino did a movie,Inglourious Basterds, the villian in that film, Christoph Waltz, won every film award in sight, and 2.) With the exclusion of McConaughey, he is the o"


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"My 6th favorite movie of the year so far is the trailer for Django Unchained."