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In his review of Django Unchained, David Edelstein wrote: "Django Unchained doesn’t merely hit its marks; it blows them to bloody chunks." Django takes many Tarantino-isms and pushes them to their Tarantino-iest. Nudity, violence, language: It's all graphic. It's not surprising that Qt would make a non-family-friendly movie, but releasing it on the most family-friendly holiday maybe is. (As Julie Klausner alluded to yesterday in the video with her mother, your relatives are probably the last people you want to be sitting next to while looking at Jamie Foxx's genitals.) But is its family-unfriendliness unprecedented? We went through the last fifteen years of movies to open on Christmas Day to see if Django Unchained is actually the least family-friendly, let alone if it's the least family-friendly by Tarantino, whose Jackie Brown opened on December 25, 1997. (For moral reference, we looked at Kids in Mind, a site that rates the »

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