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Submitted by CGMagazine 572d ago | review

CGM Reviews - Django Unchained

Leave it to Quentin Tarantino to not only turn the disgusting legacy of slavery into a ludicrously entertaining/empowering Spaghetti Western romp, but to also release it on Christmas day. The filmmaker is nothing if not ballsy and while he can be an easy whipping boy for directorial excess, he’s also just as talented as he thinks he is. (Cinema, Django Unchained) 4/5

LOL_WUT  +   572d ago
"Leave it to Quentin Tarantino to not only turn the disgusting legacy of slavery into a ludicrously entertaining/empowering Spaghetti Western romp, but to also release it on Christmas day."

Get over it, it happened a long time ago! The movie was good I give it a 10.
pixelsword  +   568d ago
So did 9/11, and hardly anyone's related to those victims...
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OSIRUSSS  +   571d ago
True!!! The only problem I had is this movie isn't in 3d Imax!!

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