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Django Unchained [Blu-ray]

4.5 out of 5 stars 132 customer reviews

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 132 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B005LAIIKI
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Not suitable for the whole family. Should be rated 'R'.

Generally, "Django Unchained" is a good story, but it's full of violence, nudity and fowl language.

The plot occurs just prior to the US Civil War and the backdrop is the American Slave Trade. So, immense cruelty is depicted throughout the show and, for me, this was tough to take.

I also didn't like the ""N" Word". Yet, it was casually-mentioned about 1,000 or more times. So, this, too, was tough, for me.

For those reasons, the nearly 3 hour-long film, for me, seemed a bit long.

Yet, I had to repeatedly remind myself that the story was about a different culture and, accordingly, I got the impression that Quentin Tarantino, who wrote and directed the movie, had based it on substantial research. So, I think the story probably came close to the truth about the mistreatment of Blacks, during that period.

In the film, Leonardo DiCaprio's obnoxious White character asked an interesting question. Referring to the Black slaves, he queried: "Why don't they kill us?"

"Probably for the same reason why many Jews passively went to their deaths, in Nazi Germany", I thought; their situation was so bad, they just could not believe it.

Others likely suffered from Stockholm Syndrome or learned to survive, etc.

No doubt, however, some Blacks did kill or tried to kill Whites.

The gore might have been exaggerated. Some curse words could have been too modern, but all the actors did great acting and the costumes, sets, etc. seemed authentic.

So, "Django Unchained" was a good, but 'tough-to-take' movie.

Incidentally, I'm White, too.
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Definitely Quentin Tarantino's best movie in recent years and definitely one of his films period. I have watched this movie from beginning to end multiple times and it's still exciting every time. Like Quentin's older flicks the jokes don't get old, they get quotable. Django Unchained has everything mixed together perfectly, plot, action, character development, suspense, aaaaaand over the top swearing, with all of it paced just right for the stories needs. Jamie Foxx gives one of his best performances as Django and Christopher Waltz as Dr. King Schultz has certainly stolen the show with his humor and exceptional beard. Leonardo DiCaprio plays a villain you start to like immediately. Certainly not for his cruel actions but for his gentleman hospitality that he extends to Django and Dr. King even though he has his suspicions. Now we all know that we don't watch Tarantino movies for the action, we watch them for the dialog. Quentin always writes the most interesting dialog and Django Unchained is no exception. Every time I saw this movie everyone kept quite, glued to the screen, and at full attention just waiting to hear what would come out of the characters mouths next. Now there were a couple scenes that made me wonder if the Quentin went to far with how slaves were treated but that just helped me realize we're not as desensitized to violence as politicians like to think and that things can still have a real impact on viewers. If you have the opportunity you should definitely take the chance to view this movie because it truly is a one in ten thousand.
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You could describe "Django Unchained" as a Spaghetti-Western buddy-movie cousin of "Kill Bill". Jamie Foxx and Christoph Waltz evolve, through a series of jaw-droppingly unpredictable scenarios, into a deadly duo on a heroic quest of rescue and revenge. The plot twists are unpredictable and compelling, and the acting by the two heroes, and by Bruce Dern, Don Johnson, Samuel L. Jackson and Leonardo DiCaprio as a series of villains who must be disposed of a la "Kill Bill", is superb.

Some viewers have an understandable problem with the mayhem and gore, but as in "Kill Bill", the violence quickly becomes so over-the-top that as you begin to emotionally discount the overkill, you come to understand how other movies and filmmakers use the withheld promise of impending violence to manipulate you. In contrast, Tarantino mocks such clumsy and overt manipulation by quickly taking the physical mayhem to cartoon levels, thus removing it from the equation as a driver of plot. He doesn't key you up for a shootout climax of violence like so many action and Western movies do, because by the climax, any thirst for blood you might have had has long been washed away by flowing hemoglobin. Instead, you thirst for justice and fulfillment, and the tension over how and if that might be achieved is what drives the suspense that makes the movie.

Some critics of the film seem to feel that black slavery was actually a walk in the park with a benevolent Grandma for its victims, and they're horrified at the fact that slaves were forced to fight to the death, or were whipped and branded, or were raped at will, and were treated as animals. That truth is too much of a clash with their narrative of America as the special and perfect creation of gentle Jesus meek and mild.
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One of Tarantino's best movies to date, mash up of grand story telling(screenplay) and amazing camera shots with stellar acting has become a hallmark of Tarantino's work.
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