Django Unchained (2012): Quentin Tarantino’s scurrilous lampoon on slavery

Quentin Tarantino’s latest film Django Unchained serves to be a scurrilous lampoon on human trafficking. It has its flaws and suffers from anachronisms and incongruities, some deliberate and some not so. But, Tarantino still manages to pack a strong punch. The movie is unusually high on style, but luckily there’s enough substance to keep an intelligent viewer interested.

PS. My complete review of Django Unchained can be read at:

http://www.apotpourriofvestiges.com/2013/01/django-unchained-2012-american.html

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About A Potpourri of Vestiges

Murtaza Ali is an independent film critic, sports writer, and content developer based out of Delhi. He is the author of the movie blog ‘A Potpourri of Vestiges’. He has been writing movie reviews at IMDb.COM for over four years. He is also associated with F1India.ORG as a content editor. Cinema is not only his passion, but also his greatest obsession. His all-time favorite movie-makers are Akira Kurosawa, Stanley Kubrick, Luis Bunuel, Andrei Tarkovsky, Charles Chaplin, Orson Welles, Federico Fellini, Ingmar Bergman, Satyajit Ray, Fritz Lang, Sergio Leonne, Francis Ford Cuppola, and Martin Scorsese.
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