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Django Unchained Movie ActorJamie Foxx,Leonardo DiCaprio,Christoph Waltz,Samuel L. Jackson,Walton Goggins,Kerry Washington,Dennis Christopher,Laura Cayouette,M.C. Gainey,Don Johnson,Todd Allen,Misty Upham,James Remar,James Russo,Tom Wopat,Jonah Hill,David Steen,Dana Gourrier,Nichole Galicia,Bruce Dern
Visitor Rating & Critics For Django Unchained MovieUser Rating : 4.4
User Percentage : 94 %
User Count Like : 179,621
All Critics Rating : 8
All Critics Count : 231
All Critics Percentage : 88 %
Title : Django Unchained
Genres Django Unchained : Western,Drama
Directed by : Quentin Tarantino
Writed by : Quentin Tarantino
Cost : $160.3M
Review For Django UnchainedDjango Unchained is Tarantino's most complete movie yet. It is also his most vital. His storytelling talents match the heft of the tale.
Lisa Kennedy-Denver Post
Django Unchained has mislaid its melancholy, and its bitter wit, and become a raucous romp. It is a tribute to the spaghetti Western, cooked al dente, then cooked a while more, and finally sauced to death.
Anthony Lane-New Yorker
Genre-movie-mad writer-director Quentin Tarantino's foray into Western World is a pretty grave disappointment.
Glenn Kenny-MSN Movies
Wildly extravagant, ferociously violent, ludicrously lurid and outrageously entertaining, yet also, remarkably, very much about the pernicious lunacy of racism and, yes, slavery's singular horrors.
Joe Morgenstern-Wall Street Journal
Quentin Tarantino no longer makes movies; he makes trailers.
Django Unchained is the most brutal film Quentin Tarantino has ever made.But the movie is also exciting and ironic and, at times, explosively funny: Even at his most serious, Tarantino can't help but entertain and show you a good time.
Rene Rodriguez-Miami Herald
Tarantino's take on slavery is wildly creative, funny and frightening, true to form yet never predictable.
Tom Glasson-Concrete Playground
Different setting, same old Tarantino
Robert Denerstein-Movie Habit
Slavery is to "Django" what the Holocaust was to Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds" -- a colossal wrong to be righted by a film geek's best weapons: artistry, imagination and wicked humor.
Greg Evans-Bloomberg News
Tarantino is, in essence, a classicist who invests the bulk of his drama and tension in lengthy dialogue exchanges that are infinitely more compelling that his elongated sequences of cathartic violence.
Still wonderfully witty and violent sequences that only Tarantino could manage or dare.
David 'Mad Dog' Bradley-Rip It Up
This bloody, hilarious, shocking, and righteously angry film is the kind of great art and great trash [Tarantino] aspires to make.
Mark Pfeiffer-Reel Times: Reflections on Cinema
...compulsively watchable for the majority of its (admittedly overlong) running time...
David Nusair-Reel Film Reviews
I had a good enough time to wish that it had been better.
Part-blaxploitation film, part-spaghetti Western and all-Tarantino, 'Django Unchained' comes charging at its audiences with guns a-blazin'. It's not quite up to par with 'Reservoir Dogs' or 'Pulp Fiction,' but it's still Tarantino - enough said.
Linda Cook-Quad City Times (Davenport, IA)
Overlong, overblown and overly self-indulgent. But excess is what Tarantino does. And just as he won't put one word in his characters' mouths when he can have them utter 10; he won't dispatch a bad guy with one bullet when he can discharge a dozen.
Jason Best-Movie Talk
It would seem that this film's irreverence isn't a case of didn't-try-can't-fail dismissiveness, but rather something more innocuous: it's simply the world interpreted through Tarantino's boisterous perspective.
Adam Ross-The Aristocrat
The funniest western since Blazing Saddles, the bloodiest since The Wild Bunch and the most visually stylish since The Good, The Bad & The Ugly.
Matt Neal-The Standard
Guilty of almost every indulgence [Tarantino] has ever been accused of...but it's hard to hold it against him, when the results are this bloody good
Ultimately enjoyable, if a little underwhelming, if nothing else we can be grateful to Django Unchained for allowing the phrase "that's the worst thing since Quentin Tarantino's Australian accent".
Impolitic though it might be to suggest it, there's something extremely satisfying about the violence here-though, for my money, it resides less in seeing these racist thugs get their comeuppance, than in the director's staging of it.
it's fitting that one of the greatest American filmmakers of all time is using the western and blaxploitation genres to connect the enduring blemish on the American psyche - only to set loose a bad motherf*cker to set it right.
Blake Howard-2UE That Movie Show
Thrilling, stylish, funny, brutal, superbly-acted, sharply written and wonderfully offensive.
Andy Lea-Daily Star
Django Unchained is a joy. It's fun and foolish, unhinged and unapologetic.
Possibly Tarantino's most thoughtful and even political film to date.
Thomas Caldwell-Cinema Autopsy
Tarantino is starting to look more and more like an angry teenager in his bedroom going, "Wouldn't it be good if..."
Erin Free-FILMINK (Australia)