Django Unchained  is cheeky, violent, but interestingly amusing.  Tarantino’s tailored cleverness stretches all throughout the movie.  It tackled black slavery pre-American-civil-war in a brazen way courtesy of a dauntless bounty-hunter and an equally intrepid black slave he helped to be freed.  Clearly narrated with ostensively riveting characters and OMG-that’s-bloody scenes, Django has so far satisfied my curiousity amongst the 2013 Oscar Contenders.  I liked the music, the cinematography and the twisted-Leo-DiCaprio-dressed-like-Rhett-Butler.  And of course I liked that Django got his ever-after.  *chuckles

P.S  not suitable for tweens below 15 though


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