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Submitted by pushstartfilm 895d ago | review

Push-Start Review: Django Unchained

Vicki Dolley writes: "Whilst Django Unchained is not without fault, it is certainly a storming return to glory for Tarantino. And his love of 1960s and 1970s cinema, particularly Westerns, shines through clearly in the film so that we too can share his passion by way of a winning screenplay and brilliant performances. If you can stomach the violence and controversy, you’re in for a real treat." (Cinema, Django Unchained) 9/10

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