‘Django Unchained’ Spoilers Discussion

Published 2 years ago by , Updated December 31st, 2012 at 9:53 am,

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While our readers are already talking about this movie in the comments section of our Django Unchained review, this is the place where you can discuss Django Unchained spoilers without concerns about ruining the movie for people who haven’t seen it yet.

If you’re posting comments here, assume that anyone in the conversation has seen the movie – if you haven’t seen the movie, we would recommend you don’t read the comments here until you have.

For an in-depth discussion of the film by the Screen Rant editors check out our Django Unchained episode of the SR Underground podcast.

We’ve set up a poll below where you can rate Django Unchained for yourself. Other than that, feel free to discuss the film and all its surprises!

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Django Unchained is Rated R for strong graphic violence throughout, a vicious fight, language and some nudity. Now playing in theaters.

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  1. I am a huge Tarantino fan, but I don’t think this is his best movie – by far. Entertaining, but not a masterpiece. Perhaps I expected too much. I missed the humor, the suspension, the Sergio Leon-style long close-ups and, especially, a dramatic duel. Samuel Jackson, whom I like a lot, was a joke. So Quentin, a remake would be nice. Also I expect you to make a Russ Meyer-like movie.

  2. I adore this movie. I loved it. Some of my favorite actors, good script and Quentin. I am so sick of this knee-jerk reaction some people give on this topic. They should be glad, the slave is the hero and all the things some people have complained about for years are showcased in this movie. It was very honest. A very honest movie. I say grow up, does that word still hurt your feelings? By the way I’m qualified by the race police to say that because I’m colored. Colored, black, negro, just words sweeties, just words. Some people need to grow up and that victim/backstabbing hypocrite bleeding heart liberal tag-team thing is getting old. Good movie.

  3. I thought this movie was entertaining & i enjoyed it but i dont think its as amazing as some people are making it out to be or a “must see”. The actors were great though & like everyone else i found the hood scene hilarious. Whats annoying me though is people saying the n word was used to much or it was a racist film. Umm…..are you not aware what time period that movie took place in or the reality of the time. I was called the n word by racist townies multiple times last year so yes, racism is still very real today as it was then.