Django Unchained

Quentin Tarantino has gone one step further to cementing his place as one of the greatest directors of all time with his latest movie Django Unchained. Set two years before the American civil war, Django Unchained is the story of a freed black slave who teams up with a bounty hunter with the ultimate goal of freeing his wife from the oppressive slave owner Calvin Candie. As ever no director can compete with the way in which Tarantino makes light hearted of an obscene amount of violence, one particular scene involving the KKK and their choice of headwear being the best example of Tarantino’s ability to perfectly mix violence and humour in his movies.

Tarantino, being the fearless director he is, has not skirted around the fact that, unfortunately, racism was a way of life in the 1800’s meaning a lot of the dialogue in the movie is not for the faint hearted, but  then again I don’t suppose any of his movies are. However like in all Tarantino’s movies his excessive use of sharp, witty dialogue throughout scenes is a trait that has served him well ever since Reservoir Dogs. With a cast including the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz and the magnificent Samuel L Jackson Django Unchained is without doubt a must see as it has everything it’s brave, bloody, entertainment at its best and is ultimately a love story. Naturally no good movie is complete without a pair of sunglasses thrown in for good measure as Django, played by Jamie Foxx, is rarely seen without a pair of his signature round lens sunglasses.

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