Django Unchained, 2012.
Written and Directed by Quentin Tarantino.
A bounty hunter frees a slave in return for his assistance and a friendship develops between the two which results in a quest to find and free the former slave's wife.
When watching a Quentin Tarantino film there are 3 things that can usually be counted on to bring enjoyment to my viewing experience; interesting characters, humorous dialogue and some graphic violence. Django Unchained delivers on all accounts, but fails in another Tarantino staple, which we'll get to first.
Set two years before the American Civil War - when slavery was still legal - we are shown the very brutal side of slavery, which at times is immensely sickening. This is to Tarantino's credit; to make a »
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