DJANGO UNCHAINED Movie Review




The time is 1858 just before the Civil War begins. The place is Texas. The person in question is Django with a silent D. Dr. Schultz is looking for a bit of assistance by a member of a chain gang and this particular slave’s life will never be the same. It is fitting to see a movie of this nature right after having seen Lincoln (no, not the vampire slayer one). It’s also a treat to get another Quentin Tarantino fix; sometimes you just need one and this one’s a doozy. It’s fast, fun, and intelligent and at the same time very simple. It’s explosive and violent, bloody and gory, chock full of intense scenes. There is no mercy and no sugar coating. You know, very Quentin Tarantino style and boy he has a style of his own. His last two pictures have been of very interesting subject matter, but regardless of the subject, he is a master of stories of revenge. He first takes a direct stab at Nazis and now he is taking on slave owners and traders, but in a way like only he can. . READ FULL DJANGO UNCHAINED REVIEW >>

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