Django

By nvirgil
Written December 26, 2012
this movie is extremely degrading. at no point will i ever find it amusing to watch black people being beaten, called niggas, or talking as if they've never set foot in a place of higher learning. Slavery was real and i didn't see the need to try and make humor or real life situations as he did. i would never buy this movie on blu-ray or dvd and i wouldnt show it to my kids!
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Great movie

By newpop1
Written January 02, 2013
Another great movie by Mr Q. You will not be disappointing by the action, humor, satire, etc etc. Don't read the reviews or spoilers, just run to the theater and watch it:)
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EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS MOVIE IS GREAT!

By Rdy2Cook
Written December 26, 2012
I don't know what happened to all my words, but THIS MOVIE is worth paying full price multiple times to see.
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Unchained and Taking No Prisoners

By pedsarq
Written December 26, 2012
I couldn't have asked for a better Christmas present! This movie has it all, whether you're into westerns or not. Tarantino proves once again that he can create a scene like no other. The suspense and tension is off the charts continuously throughout the film. I was totally into the movie from beginning to end. The only people who wouldn't like this film are those who can't stand graphic violence and blood-splattering. However, those who can't stand that sort of thing should just stay away from Tarantino films entirely.
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Questioning Our Most Uncherished Values:2 COMPLEX 4 MOST MOVIE GOERS

By grimesgolden1
Written December 27, 2012
Evil flourishes when good people do nothing.QT reveals in his moviesTHE most American of values is violence.He cleverly asks us to participate as observers &we get the blood all over us. It is a suckers bet. By showing polarity of bad and worse,we always choose bad.Why?The protagonist(s)in his films represent violent &vile lifestyles,aka bad people. We are trained to make every shade of grey&black into good and bad. But wait, grey is not good, it is bad,but not worse than bad, but still bad. Like Inglorious Basterds, Django is thought provoking and re-educates, or more accurately educates, us on the ignominious presence of evil in not only of historical weirdnesses (National Socialists& Slavers)but also the capacity for acting righteously in each of us(bounty hunters are legal, nazi hunters are legal). As long as we are beating the worse demons, we are better than they are. It makes you wonder how far one goes,will go,or has gone w/out examining 1's values.Spins a good erudite tale!
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