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Django Unchained
Running Time 165 min
MPAA rating R
Release Date Dec 25, 2012
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Django Unchained

Two years before the Civil War, Django (Jamie Foxx), a slave, finds himself accompanying an unorthodox German bounty hunter named Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz) on a mission to capture the vicious Brittle brothers. Their mission successful, Schultz frees Django, and together they hunt the South's most-wanted criminals. Their travels take them to the infamous plantation of shady Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio), where Django's long-lost wife (Kerry Washington) is still a slave.

Starring
Jamie Foxx Django
Christoph Waltz Dr. King Schultz
Leonardo DiCaprio Calvin Candie
Samuel Jackson Stephen
Kerry Washington Broomhilda von Shaft
Walton Goggins Billy Crash
Dennis Christopher Leonide Moguy
James Remar Ace
David Steen Mr. Stonesipher
Dana Gourrier Cora

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December 22, 2012 - Austin360.com | Austin American-Statesman - Matthew Odam

Quentin Tarantino jumps back in his cinematic time-traveling machine and retreats to the past to rewrite history and exact some bloody revenge in his over-the-top epic “Django Unchained.”

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Jan 19, 2013 - book on Django Unchained
Great Movie!

This Movie had a good story plus great action and great performances from Leonardo Dicaprio, Samuel L. Jackson and Jamie Foxx. Also, I couldn't stop laughing because Christoph Waltz was funny.

Jan 12, 2013 - austinfem on Django Unchained
Give it an A

Trying to explain to my granddaughter, 15, why Django is not a racist movie, all I could think to say was, it was all about the absurdity of racism and slavery as it appeared in the history of US South. And how knowing that history helps one understand some of our more recent history. Then we picked the movie apart, episode by episode, character by character, dialogue by dialogue. It was a great moment to teach her to critique popular culture (and other stuff) that comes her way. Sure it was a long movie, but her attention never flagged, neither in the screening nor conversation.

 
 
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