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Django Unchained

>Mature 18+ | 69 % Say It's Worth Your Time

Two years before the Civil War, Django (Jamie Foxx), a slave, finds himself accompanying an unorthodox German bounty hunter named Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz) on a mission to capture the vicious Brittle brothers. Their mission successful, Schultz frees Django, and together they hunt the South's most-wanted criminals. Their travels take them to the infamous plantation of shady Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio), where Django's long-lost wife (Kerry Washington) is still a slave.

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Genre: Action , Historical drama

Director: Quentin Tarantino

Producer: Reginald Hudlin, Harvey Weinstein, Bob Weinstein, Stacey Sher, Pilar Savone

Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Samuel Jackson, Christoph Waltz, Kerry Washington

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Rated R Language|A Vicious Fight|Some Nude Images|Strong Graphic Violence

  • 6 of 10 Sex & Nudity
  • 9 of 10 Violence & Gore
  • 7 of 10 Profanity

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  • (Male)

    Mature 18+ | Worth Your Time

    Slavery isn’t a Spaghetti Western or a joke but this film innovative. No one has ever taken the risk Tarantino did on this film and he did it well.
    When I think of iconic movies, Django Unchained is now one of them. The cinematography, the soundtrack, great acting and screenplay weave together perfectly like tight braid. From the opening scene to the gory ending, Tarantino takes you for a ride like he’s never done before!
    What I loved most about this movie was the dialog. Tarantino has a way of creating these scenes that are only in one location and sometimes only one camera angle, that are packed full of tension. You know at any minute that something bad will happen and it always does. The other thing I loved was the acting. I was truly convinced of the roles they all played. You witness Django (Jamie Foxx) transform from a scared innocent slave to a heroic bounty hunter, in majestic fashion. To me the idea of Django is like watching a super hero. Something like a Robin Hood. The possibilities for continuing his story are endless. Mr. Candy (Leonardo DiCaprio) is the worst slave owner of them all. You truly believe that by the performance that was played by DiCaprio. Every actor was on point! There are even connections to characters from different Tarantino movies found in this film. Tarantino took his time to get the screenplay just right. He also gave praise to the Westerns of old. The movie had gun coaches and horse riders that were used in Westerns we all love. No horses were harmed in the filming of this movie ;-)
    Another part of the movie I loved was the set. You think of slavery and you picture these horrible conditions these men and women had to live through. It was so evil! But when you see the set of the movie, everything is so beautiful and peaceful. For example, as the crew takes a ride to Mr. Candy’s house you automatically think, Django and Dr. King are on their way to hell. But then you see Candyland and it’s the most beautiful house ever. It was filled with long lush gardens that go for miles, massive trees and a huge cream color house. You see the house and say “how can anything so evil take place there?” It was the perfect contrast of good vs evil. The set design was just truly amazing.
    Was I shocked as to what I saw in this movie? Absolutely not. You read about worse things done to slaves in history books. Was I offended because of the excessive use of the “N” word? No, the movie takes place in the Deep South and it’s about slavery. You’re going to hear the “N” word used quite a bit. The movie is very violent and has a lot of foul language. The story on the other hand is superb.

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  • (Male)

    Not ok | Not Worth Your Time

    Tarantino is nothing but a bad film-maker who likes to try to shock viewers with his antics. They get tired and old quickly. Not sure why people still view his films.

    3 Thanks ·

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Tarantino loves the spoken word. Unfortunately, ClearPlay is forced to cut many of them. Still, for those who can tolerate a stark tale that is still filled with trademark humor and surprising exchanges, Django Unchained stands among some of Tarantino’s best. Interesting characters and exuberant filmmaking make Django liberating... See Full Review

  • (Male)

    Mature 18+ | Not Worth Your Time

    This movie was terrible. It had a good plot, had its funny moments, but it was hard to tell what the director was thinking. It is such a bizarre film. At first you think its going to be a serious movie, and then there are funny sarcastic bits. Then there is loads of brutal brutal violence. Tons of blood and guts flying everywhere. Nudity. Foul Language. You name it this movie has it. There was parts that I didn't dare look at the screen because I knew it was going to be bad. It surprises me that movie critics like this movie. I don't understand. It had great acting but the movie was messed up. I wouldn't recommend this movie to anyone. Thank goodness for a free redbox.
    Don't waste your time watching it. It was on the longer side. Definitely not suitable for children or teenagers of any age. This movie is for a very mature audience. After watching this movie I have decided Quentin Tarantino has lost his mind/sick in the head.

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  • (Male)

    Mature 18+ | Worth Your Time

    If you saw the previews and still wanted to see it, you will not be disappointed! I thought it was better than the previews made it out to be. If you dont like Tarantino, Blaxploitation films, violent revenge films, then dont watch it. This was a frekn fun film, one of Tarantino's best! I said Blaxploitation but it isn't, I thought they portrayed everyone as respectfully as you can when you make a movie about slaves 150 years ago. There were some serious logistic issues that you need to dismiss since this was never meant to be a history lesson. If you can't accept that a born slave can shoot a rider from 200 yards at full gallop the first time he uses a rifle, then go watch something else. If you don't mind watching heads explode with a shot from a pistol, you just might want to check this one out!!

  • (Male)

    Mature 17+ | Worth Your Time

    Pretty Amazing

  • (Male) Catholic News Service

    Mature 18+ | Not Worth Your Time

    While it thus offers a stark reminder of the sins wrought by racism, this is not a picture for the casual moviegoer or the easily jarred... See Full Review

  • (Male) Movie Nation

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    Geographically incompetent, with plantations overfilled with all manner of shootably venal white overseers, this isn’t Ken Burns history... See Full Review

  • (Female)

    Mature 18+ | Worth Your Time

    The Best Quentin Tarantino Movie Ever! The Cast is Great :D

  • (Female) USA TODAY

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    The weight and ugliness of slavery is felt in this clever, ambitious and superbly acted tale of wish fulfillment.... inventive, beautifully shot reimagining of history... The revisionist result is incendiary and difficult to watch but also thought-provoking and consistently entertaining... Read full review here

  • (Male) Entertainment Weekly

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    What's fun about Django — at least, when it is fun — is that it's also a liberal-hearted revenge Western... Django Unchained becomes an almost sadistically literal example of exploitation at its most unironic... Read full review here

  • (Male) The New York Times

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    “Django Unchained” is unabashedly and self-consciously pulpy... It is digressive, jokey, giddily brutal and ferociously profane. But it is also a troubling and important movie about slavery and racism... Read full review here

  • (Male) Reel Views

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    ...Django Unchained includes some of the best laugh aloud scenes of any 2012 motion picture... Django Unchained may be Tarantino's most uplifting movie to date... Read full review here

  • (Male) Arizona Republic

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Whatever you like or hate, or like and hate, about Quentin Tarantino’s movies, is in full display here. It’s long (too long) and bloody, profane and gleeful, with movie-genre references stuffed so tightly into each scene they practically spill out onto the theater floor... Read full review here

  • (Male) Time

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    “What’s not to like?” is a tantalizing question in Django Unchained... it's undeniably, gloriously Tarantino: all talk and all action... Read full review here

Okfor ages12+