Django Unchained

(DVD - 2013 )
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
Django Unchained

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Django, a former slave turned hired gun, heads back to the plantation to free his wife, Broomhilda, from the tyrannical plantation owner Calvin Candie, with the help of a German bounty hunter, Dr. King Schultz.
Statement of Responsibility: the Weinstein Company and Columbia Pictures present ; executive producers, Bob & Harvey Weinstein, Shannon McIntosh, Michael Shamberg, James W. Skotchdopole ; produced by Stacey Sher, Reginald Hudlin, Pilar Savone ; written & directed by Quentin Tarantino
Title: Django unchained
Publisher: Beverly Hills, CA :, Weinstein Company Home Entertainment :, Distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment,, [2013]
Edition: Widescreen
Country of Producing Entity: United States
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (166 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
4 3/4 in
digital, optical, rda
Dolby Digital
video file, DVD video, region 1, rda
Playtime: 024600
Content Type: two-dimensional moving image
Media Type: video
Carrier Type: videodisc
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Report This Apr 23, 2014
  • X_andor_Who rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

+Tarintino makes his B Class-like Movies seem like they could be, S Class Movies; and he does it like no one else ever even could. In other words, he makes legendary B Class Movies of his seem as legendary, S ranked-echelon-status movies. +Gobs of altruism and alliteration galore... much and many more... +Loved the good doctor and splendid side-kick character for their brilliance and lucid look into roles of becoming more masterful than most mere mortal men... and even then, and when, and while especially under scrutinizing, pressurizing scenes to deliver lines of whit amongst chaotic, simpleton, simian-thinking, authoritative men, and their monkey minded, madmen, henchmen. +I loved the getting into character class roles, coming from the heroes' actions as to when they encountered, foolish, slave-trader factions; I loved seeing the KKK event when while for the first time and having it unfold; and when while they, the KKK, were attempting to rally and organize themselves, they were sinfully comical by being as belligerently bold; I loved how the slave owners attempted to tackle the sticky issues and situations of there being a free blackman standing right before them; of this I thought and felt it to be wickedly awesome and witty thru their, the slave-traders’ farcical, failing approaches that they heinously held; and while the slavers' antics were seemingly noble enough to their own selves in their own real time, those moments had become knowingly then to us as wily, clever tactics to tackle juxtaposition between that of them, they, the said bad dudes, to that of us and our supposed, said, modern human behaviors; add now then, this is our method as to how we all justify just about anything to ourselves for just about any reason... and this is reason now enough, to see... individual story of yours, mine, and ours, is yours, mine, and our mutually inclusive story; and thus, this story shown from afar… through the infamous, fourth wall of one's window frame of time and space, (such as thru: television screen, movie projector, computer screen, and especially the eye of human mind), we are then able to perceive through this device, a glimmer of our unlearning curves, a glimmer of our unlearning lives, and a glimmer of our selfish selves; and by this strategic device, we can then achieve and perceive cosmic-like clarity; we can then see of our own silly inane and insane, said or unsaid, sickly-society, of our own sickly selves, and of our own sickly notorieties; and we can become more than ably apt; we can become more than ably ameliorated; we can become more than ably augmented; we can become more than ably adept in at seeing our own current unaware selves through cosmic-like, lenses of clear-like, comparison; and so by this comparison of ourselves, we may have means of viewing other characters and their stories that they exist in and about; and we can compare these characters with our own selves to see mirrors of our own reflecting, phantom selves, being reflected back at us and our selves. +An awesome, somatic flick; it flavored with whimsical characters and crafted wit; way to go Tarintino... and way to go to all who made this wonderful, wunderkind, cinematic, cowboy, remix. From a Devourer of Diligent Men's, Organized and Masterful Opuses; Rating: 6.0/5.0; -Xandor Who; (Edited and Augmented for more common courtesy and for more clerical clarity). (4-23-14).

Report This Mar 10, 2014
  • neonkc rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

wow very good

This was good look at how maybe slavery could have been turned around. Jamie Foxx role was like the igniting point in further black power movements in the 1960's. I didn't like Samuel L. Jackson role because it put him into an Uncle Tom role, which is demeaning to black people.

I was watching another movie, and picked this up from the local library because the preview looked fun. I never got it watched, as I always have about 25 things checked out, and this wasn't high on my priority list. Skip ahead two months, and I check it out again, then after renewing it twice, I decide to get it watched, and slip it in the DVD player after TV bingo at my 82 year old mother's house. (We usually watch a nature show after bingo.) Well.....she has a bit of a memory problem, and I had a hoot listening to her comments. (This is a terrible movie......isn't this a wonderful movie.......this isn't my kind of movie.....oh, isn't this a good movie?....etc.) For my part, I'm not exactly sure what I was expecting, but from the first blood spray, on, I was alternately, delighted, horrified, and amused. One thing for sure, I was entertained. I think I'll pop it in and watch it with hubby to see what he thinks of it!.....he liked it.....didn't want to watch it, I told him watch 10 min and then turn it off, well, he watched the whole thing, and said he would watch it again!

Report This Feb 28, 2014
  • kah_chan rated this: 4.5 stars out of 5.

I was reluctant to watch this film even though there were so much hype about its Oscar nomination and Quentin Tarantino, due to possible violence and uncomfortable scene about slavery. Finally I got enough curiosity to watch it yesterday. Man, it deserves all its critical acclaims and hype. The violence was appropriate and not overdone, somehow less than those in "Kill Bill 1&2". The journey shared by a German and a slave was funny and heart-felt when it was conveyed through a common fairy tale about love from German folklore. I really love that scene when Waltz shot that bad guy because he just couldn't hold it ... funniest moment in a decade! Then hell followed. Somehow you thought the character played by Waltz would save them all from trouble. It was otherwise.

So tell me, when Django goes up the proverbial 'mountain' with Shultz and becomes a cold-hearted killer, is this a comment on the American Way? Or is this what we call enlightenment these days? Tarantino could be such an amazing political satirist, but he seems content to pamper our fantasies. When Django rides away with his smiling damsel, we realise the sinister aspect of delightful entertainment.

Report This Jan 20, 2014
  • George Millar rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

The film must have cost a fortune ... fake blood and bodies being dismembered don't come cheap. The gore and violence aside ... this film was another triumph for the genius of spite, Mr. Tarantino.

+Tarintino does the B-movies like no one does S-movies. In other words, he makes legendary B-movies seem to me, to be like non-existent, S-ranked-echelon-status movies. +Gobs of altruism alliteration galore...much and many more... +Loved the good doctor and side-kick/hero for their brilliance and lucid look into roles of more than mere mortal man, even and especially while under scrutinizing pressurizing scenes to deliver lines of whit amongst chaotic-simplicity of simian-like thinking authority figures and their henchmen. +Loved the getting into character roles of the other factions; I love to see, as if one were seeing KKK for the first time trying organize themselves and slave owners tackling the issue of a freeman blackman right in front of them; and their antics, while seeming noble to themselves in real time to themselves; and thus, shown from afar through the fourth wall window of time and space, (ie: television screen or movie projector or computer screen), that we perceive through; we can achieve modern clarity to see our own silly insane, inaneness of said or unsaid sick society and its current unawarenesses through comparing juxtaposing. +Awesome somatic flick, flavored with whimsical characters and crafted wit; way to go Tarintino...and way to go to all who made this wonderful wunderkind scenic cinema experience. A Devourer of Diligent Men's Organized Opuses; -Xandor Who; jjm 5/5

This is a nice mov ie.I would! watch a sec. time.

I hope Leonardo DiCaprio can get away from portraying the sort of misogynist creeps he plays here, and in films like The Wolf of Wall Street. He is such a talented actor that it would be a shame if these are the kind of roles he is remembered for.

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Report This Jun 04, 2013
  • rem85 rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

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Report This Jun 02, 2013
  • Monolith rated this: 3.5 stars out of 5.

Big Daddy (putting his bag/mask on): "Damn! I can't see f**king sh*t out of this thing!"

Bettina: "Yes sir Big Daddy...as you please Big Daddy..." Django: "I like the way you die, boy!"


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