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Django Unchained
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Django-Unchained
Django-Unchained

Django Unchained

2012
Drama, Action
2h 45m
With the help of his mentor, a slave-turned-bounty hunter sets out to rescue his wife from a brutal Mississippi plantation owner. (imdb)
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92nd
92
Waltz/Jackson fit the Tarantino mold so wonderfully and the supporting cast nails their parts. The first 80% of the film is perfect spaghetti exploitation, ranking among the best Westerns I've ever seen, but a few scenes near the end drastically shift the pace and celebrate the violence a tad much. Still, the takeaway from this bold, bloody revenge flick is the tight script with tremendous commentary on the institution of slavery and racism; primarily in juxtaposed Dr. King/Stephen characters.
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20th
35
Another adolescent revenge fantasy written by Tarantino, in his underwear, with one hand stroking an erection. All his movies seem like a dull repetition of one type of scene, centered around 'I'm cooler than thou' dialogue, intermixed with endless montages featuring random greatest hits from his iPod. Stealing from the superior 'Django' worsens matters, and with no sense of pacing, he overstays his welcome on and off screen by an hour and a half. Grow up, Quentin, and go put some pants on.
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82nd
78
Imagine Tarantino jerking off behind the editing machine, timing his climax to perfectly coincide with a white man's blood spurting over cotton picked by black slaves. Yes, Django Unchained is yet another masturbatory masterpiece from the Samsung of 70s action flicks. Quentin borrows only the best of the Old West and makes it his "own," setting the hyper-violent results to a queer commixture of analog folk diddies and digital rap daddies that are guaranteed to make your ipod's transistors burst.
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94th
90
Tarantino strikes again... and again and again. The lengthy runtime is used to the fullest, and everyone involved capitalized on his stellar script, effectively transporting us into the pre-Civil War American South with a Spaghetti Western twist. Foxx manages to hold his own up against giants like DiCaprio, Waltz, and Jackson on the screen. It's brutal, it's hilarious, it's ridiculously well made, and it's driven along by an awesome soundtrack. It's entertainment in the raw. Great film.
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84th
7
It's not quite the electric jolt to cinema that Inglourious Basterds felt like a few years ago, but it's still a muscular slice of bloody Western fun with an explosive climax (albeit, again, not a climax on part with Basterds). I never felt the drag of its near-three-hour runtime for a second. Samuel L. Jackson steals the show and delivers his best performance since... god, since Unbreakable, maybe? Stay tuned after the credits for a brief but hilarious bonus scene.
Avg Percentile 69.38% from 13192 total ratings
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