The blog of Amon Warmann: Film journalist.

Film Review | Django Unchained

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Quentin Tarantino’s latest offering, spaghetti western blaxploitation movie Django Unchained, is one that has yielded much discussion in the past few weeks. Slavery, a topic so frequently tiptoed around by filmmaker’s, has been tackled with an affront that can surely be expected of any Tarantino flick. Here it forms the backdrop to an engaging revenge tale. Already proving to be very successful in America (at least, at the box office) there’s a lot to appreciate in Django Unchained. However, some moviegoers may be put off by Tarantino’s take on the horrors of the time.

Read the rest of this review at Yin & Yang here.

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2 responses

  1. First of all- damn, your blog looks good! I really love the template and Django Unchained banner looks stunning.
    Secondly, what a wonderful review! I have been redirected to another site which isn’t strictly movie related, and maybe it would be better if the whole review was here- although I understand you want to promote the other site too. Still, I really enjoyed reading your reviews, and I love your competitions!
    I guess it’s impossible to hate Django- I myself am seeing it the second time this week (had to wait a little to forget some bits) and I can’t wait to see it. I’m sure it’s as good the second time round.
    Keep up good work!

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    January 27, 2013 at 10:50 am

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