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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 575d ago | review

CinemaBlend: Django Unchained Review

CinemaBlend: Quentin Tarantino is without question one of the greatest filmmaker of the modern age. Over 20 years he has helped reinvent the crime genre, thrown traditional structure out the window, and created characters and shepherded performances that will never be forgotten. But with extreme talent and success comes high expectations as we come to Django Unchained, Tarantino’s eighth film (counting Kill Bill as one full feature). While the spaghetti western homage is packed with everything we’ve come to expect from the writer/director, from buckets of blood to crackling dialogue, ultimately it doesn’t fully deliver the spark we expect from him. (Cinema, Django Unchained) 4/5

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