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  • Shoumo Bhattacharya

    Django Unchained - It’s a ‘Bloody’ Entertainer!

    Django Unchained rating: 8 out of 10

    By Shoumo Bhattacharya (22 Mar 2013)

    Like “Inglorious Basterds,” Django Unchained is also a revisionist historical revenge fantasy that mixes facts with fiction to create a movie that you have never seen before.

    This time an American-African protagonist sets out on a quest in the antebellum southern states of pre-Civil War America.

    The central subject of the movie is slavery and the appalling abuse of a race in that period. A major part of any Tarantino movie is violence and extreme violence and he uses it to showcase the gruesome practices of the period with constant use of the “N” ... » read more

Film: Django Unchained; Actors: Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Kerry Washington, Walton Goggins, Samuel L. Jackson, Don Johnson and Leonardo DiCaprio; Director: Quentin Tarantino; Rating: ***

Close on the heels of Lincoln, here is yet another film that deals with the subject of slavery in the US. With the unique blend of a western feel, Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained exposes the provocative perspective of the Blaxploitation genre to reinforce the eternal air of cruelty.

It is a tale of sacrifice and courage, friendship and love with slavery as the backdrop.

The story originates in 1858, two years before the civil war somewhere in Texas. The movie begins on a promising note with a night time confrontation between a wandering German dentist Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz), in actuality, a seasoned bounty hunter, and some slave traders.

Dr.Schultz frees the slave Django (Jamie Foxx) in order to help» Read full review

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