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Django Unchained [Blu-ray] [2012] [US Import]

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (912 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005LAIIKI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 177,150 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Susman VINE VOICE on 10 Jan. 2013
Format: DVD
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Django Unchained is supposedly a very loose reworking Sergio Corbucci's spaghetti-western Django. I believe it has a closer affiliation to the exploitation cult film Mandingo (1975) about a slave taught to fight other slaves - this movie for its time was somewhat an outrageous product, a film that Mr Tarantino has praised, while by and large the critics' have rejected the film with extreme disapproval.

The lead actor is played by Foxx, who plays the Django, a slave who is in a chain gang, across their path comes one Dr King Schultz, a German who is well-groomed and rather unconventional in his ways, he claims to be a travelling dentist; Schultz carriage is a small wagon with a huge model of a molar tooth on the top. Our Shultz, after some initial reluctance from the slavers, buys Django and promises him his freedom in return for a favour: he needs Django to help him track three white fugitives that have bounty on their heads.

As the narrative progress we find that Django proves himself a good assistant and a talented shot. Through some back story we find that Django was married and his wife speaks the German language and she was named Brünnhilde, unfortunately her current owners mishear her name and call her "Broomhilda". Due to her predilection for running away she is branded on the face and forced to work as a "comfort" girl. As mutual respect sets in between the eccentric German and Django, it is agreed that that will rescue his wife Brünnhilde.

Through the story we meet inept KKK posse the characters are somewhat reminiscent of the KKK in Blazing Saddles. We then meet with Candie (played rather eloquently by DiCaprio) the owner of Candyland Plantation his evil is only matched by his apparent need to sound and look charming.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Luke Mitchell on 3 Jun. 2015
Format: DVD
First of all let’s talk about the good stuff in Django Unchained, because despite its flaws and the problematic stance that the film and its director take on the history of slavery, it is nevertheless a film that I continue to enjoy on repeat viewing. The cast is generally superb (one mis-judged cameo aside), the standouts being Christoph Waltz and Leonardo DiCaprio as dentist-turned bounty-hunter Dr King Schultz and plantation owner Calvin Candy respectively. Every second that their characters are on screen the film bristles with energy and I think that a clue to DiCaprio’s success is evident in that I found Candy an interesting and enjoyable presence on the screen, despite the foulness of his character. It would have been so easy to play him as a two-dimensionally evil, but DiCaprio invests Candy with such charm and charisma that I think the film ultimately suffers when he leaves the drama for good. The showdown between Shultz and Candy in the dining room of Candy Lane is the high-point of the film, and I think this fact underlines the struggle that Django Unchained is really interested in.

The writing is full of Tarantino’s trademark splatter violence and long, crafted dialogue scenes that for me are the most interesting and entertaining aspects of his filmmaking. His films build character through the use of dialogue, instead of having a conversation between two characters in which one tells the other that so-and-so is an evil man. This technique is rare in modern filmmaking today, and though some may criticise Tarantino’s style of dialogue as being overly verbose and unrealistic, I would respond by arguing that none of his films make pretensions to realism, and that ‘real life’ dialogue is dull and simply not suited to the bright and flamboyant style of Tarantino’s film-making.
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69 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Annie fitzy on 25 July 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This film will make you smile, laugh, feel nauseated and think on about the horror of the times it's set in. Its a classic. Christopher Waltz stole the the show for me. His witty and clever comments and acting had perfect timing. Not to mention his facial expressions.
Jamie Foxx was great as the lead character but I enjoyed Waltz much more. It's fast and furious from the get go. It's gruesome, but in classic OTT Tarantino style.
The story is clever enough and superbly acted by one and all.
One exception is Samuel L Jackson. His performance was so overwhelmingly good there aren't words to describe it.
This movie's shocking and gory as I'm sure it would have been during that terrible time. BUT it's also very very entertaining and hugely funny. I can't recommend it highly enough. 10/10
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MICHAEL BATTERSHILL on 11 Jan. 2014
Format: DVD
Having read some of the long-winded 1 star reviews immediately after watching the film i have to disagree with most of the criticism.

THE GOOD: Well written and excellent performances from all the cast.....except Tarantino himself who should keep to the other side of the camera or just be a cameo in the background. The action in this film is very violent and over-the-top with all the red spray but hey it wasn't too over-the-top and i did enjoy it.

THE BAD: For me there was only one scene that should have been left on the cutting-room floor and that was the whole Klu-Klux-Klan hoodie part, i felt there was no need or justification for this scene at all...the leader was not shown in the film to be antagonised enough to get a large group of men together and the film would have been better without it.

One other aspect of the movie i wasn't really keen to swallow was the story the two main characters come up with to get Leonardo DiCaprio to release Django's wife, i felt they were beaten by their own over-complicated cleverness. A better story with DiCaprio being for some reason rather attached to Django's wife would have been more believable and improved the film in that respect. IN SHORT: Considering Django's wife was not considered anything special on the plantation it seemed strange that the two main characters should come up with such a needless complex plan.

THE UGLY: Certain characters in the film portrayed the ugly side to human nature rather well so that's about all the ugly there is.

OVERALL: This 2 hour 45 minute well-made film kept me riveted all the way through which is rare for me. I would have given this film 5 stars but for the reasons stated above so i take one star away but please do see this film, it is CLASSIC and you will more than likely enjoy this film very much. Thankyou for reading :)
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