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Django Unchained

Rated R for strong graphic violence throughout, a vicious fight, language and some nudity.

R In Theaters 12/25/2012 , 165min.
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April 19, 2014
Are all of you on must be.....This movie is an atrosity. Everyone involved should be banned from the industry....have we not learned anything? Slavery was a sin and anyone who makes money off if it should be tarred and feathered....Shame on Foxx and and Jackson.
May 17, 2013
unbelievable movie great storyline best ending
May 11, 2013
awesome movie..... I was waiting for something like that for few years.... Tarantino... never letting down :)
May 04, 2013
I think all the critics and people who gave this movie even 4 stars were smoking crack! The whole movie was cheesy and the best actor out of all the characters only has a relatively small part considering this movie was almost 3 hours long. Terrible movie and am quite upset with Tarantino for wasting my life in such a pitiful fashion!!!!!!!
April 23, 2013
Quentin Tarantino did a great job at entertaining us. The score was interesting & perfect for this movie. It was2:37 minutes but I won't say long because it held our attention the Whole Way Through. Could watch it again. His best yet!!!

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Slant Magazine
While the rush toward a conventional climax is confusing, and more than a little disappointing, there's an undeniable pleasure that emerges in seeing Tarantino juggle the dynamite of his ideas, even when they prematurely pop off in his face. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
Like "Inglourious Basterds," Django Unchained is crazily entertaining, brazenly irresponsible and also ethically serious in a way that is entirely consistent with its playfulness. Full Review
Alison Willmore
The film also comes across like a rough cut that was never looked at as a coherent whole, and some segments that start off as promising become interminable while others feel entirely unnecessary. There's no pressure on or expectation for Tarantino to please anyone other than himself, and the film feels overstuffed with ideas that should have been pruned. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
Breathes its own refreshing, occasionally demented, life into that time period, albeit in a pulpy, stylized cinematic language more akin to vampire-hunter cartoonishness than "Lincoln's" more classical reserve. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
In "Django," Tarantino is a man unchained, creating his most articulate, intriguing, provoking, appalling, hilarious, exhilarating, scathing and downright entertaining film yet. Full Review
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