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'Django Unchained' and 'Les Miserables' – Rate Them!

Hollywood gave movie audiences a couple of highly-anticipated Christmas presents yesterday with Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained and the film adaptation of Les Miserables.

Both films performed well, with Les Miserables banking $18.2 million while Django corralled $15 million. For those who journeyed out to their local theater to watch either (or both), what did you think?

Did the adaptation of Les Miserables live up to your expectations? Does Django rank up there with some of Tarantino's best work like Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs? Will you watch either movie again this weekend? Did either film live up to the awards buzz they've been generating?  On the flip side, if you didn't like either film, what didn't work for you?

Sound off in the poll and comment section below with your thoughts on Django Unchained and Les Miserables.



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