Movie review: ‘Django Unchained’
It’s easy to see that Quentin Tarantino loves to play cowboys and Indians — make that cowboys and slavers in his case — and that’s what makes “Django Unchained” so much fun to watch. When this former video store clerk and lifelong B-movie and spaghetti Western geek-turned-filmmaker is enjoying himself, the audience is bound to share his boyish delight, providing viewers are fans who at least to some degree understand his twisted-little-boy sense of humor.
The writer-director who most recently rewrote the final days of World War II with “Inglourious Basterds” now turns his revisionist eyes west — well, make that south in his case — basing...
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