Django Unchained: Explosive from Beginning to End

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Django Unchained 2012

Django won a Golden Globe Award for ‘Best Screenplay.’
The American Film Institute named it one of the ‘Top Ten Movies of the
Year for 2012.’ Without a doubt, this is a movie to go see.

 

                Django Unchained 2012, written and directed by Quentin Tarantino, is a clearly articulated explosion of epic shootouts, clever dialog and cunning schemes. Dr. King Schultz, (Christopher Waltz) a German Bounty Hunter, seeks the help of the slave, Django (Jamie Foxx)
in his attempts to assassinate three brothers for an ultimate bounty.
In exchange for the partnership, Dr. Schultz promises to help Django
free his wife from the Mississippi plantation owned by Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio).  

                Not for the faint of heart, Django
packs a massive punch. While shedding light upon America’s shameful
past, scenes of gore are humorously complimented by Tarantino’s ability
to capture the ridiculous. Enemies soar through the air in ways
unexpected.  The brilliantly crafted endeavors and dialog carried out by
Dr. Schultz leaves the audience in a constant state of intrigue.
Christopher Waltz is magnetic. His performance was deemed ‘Best
Supporting Actor’ at the Golden Globe Awards. Jamie Foxx as Django is a
rampant display of wits and revenge. Dicaprio is the perfect arrogant
antagonist you love to hate.

 

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