Django Unchained: Tarantino’s Masterpiece

Published January 27, 2013 by The Feminist

I went to see Django Unchained last night and it was the most insanely extravagant, overwhelmingly violent and outrageously entertaining Tarantino film I’ve ever seen. However, he successfully balances the blood-spattering violence and sharp dialogues with the controversial historical topic of American slavery and shows the absolute horrors of the pre-abolition period.

Is ‘Django Unchained’ over the top? Of course it is! It wouldn’t be Tarantino otherwise.

Still not convinced? Jamie Foxx, Kerry Washington and particularly Samuel L Jacksons and Christoph Waltz are just absolutely brilliant!

Oh yeah, and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Shall I repeat that?

Leonardo DiCaprio!

Yes, you’ve read that correctly.

L-E-O !

If that doesn’t convince you, I don’t know what will! ( Seriously, the man could read a dictionary on screen and it would still be Oscar-worthy 😉 )

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One comment on “Django Unchained: Tarantino’s Masterpiece

  • A local reporter walked out of the movie and couldn’t finish reviewing it, seriously! I’m not making it up. Tarantino has never been one of my favorites. Gratuitous violence sucks. Needless to say, I haven’t seen it, nor will I, even with all the great actors. I did like Blood Simple though and the Coen brothers schtick is similar. Go figure. Film is so subjective, just like fashion, no?

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