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As you might expect from this so-called "Django" movie, there isn't a character in the movie with the name of Django. The movie was probably given the Django name because the producers realized the movie itself was pretty forgettable. There are a number of dull stretches, and the basic story will seem pretty familiar to most viewers.
Still, the movie has its moments. There's a pretty good fistfight at one point, there are a couple more okay action sequences, the musical score is pretty nice to hear, and there is some unintentional amusement with one of the characters resembling makeup guru Tom Savini. But even with that stuff, I can only recommend this movie to die hard fans of spaghetti westerns.
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