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SoundFix says

Hi guys, I saw Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained” yesterday and I think is the best movie I have ever seen. I highly recommend it. What did you guys think of the movie? Any other great movies from 2012 that I should see?

Very much agree, it was definitely in the the top 5 films I’ve ever seen, blew me away. Great on so many levels. Not worth seeing any other movies after seeing that haha :D

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mrcharlesbrown says

Really enjoyed watching it.

A great masterpiece!

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bobural says

Kill Inglourious Django.
I’m a Tarantino fan, but I saw way too many patterns in the last movie. I want something new from him. :P

same here…

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IndustrialThemes says

Absolutely loved it. Best movie I saw in 2012 for sure.

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Cinquequarti says

One of the best films ever seen. Loved the quotes in ending… Expecially the “They call me Trinity” soundtrack (“Lo chiamavano Trinità”, one of ours favourites western films, jointly to Sergio Leone’s ones, ftw). We could not believe in what we were hearing… Amazing work, Quentin. Totally inspiring: we have a western track in upload queue :)

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chamath says

haven’t watched this movie before hence this is the first time hearing about it. but i will give it a shot

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Pricop says

haven’t watched this movie before hence this is the first time hearing about it. but i will give it a shot

Same here, with the first occasion I’ll watch it.

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h3design says

yes, a good movie, but nothing that deeply impressed me.
Can´t really understand that some people call it the best movie they´ve ever seen.
For me the story was too widened and a bit random…
Anyways, there were some really funny scenes and the actors did a great job!

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Bedros says

Considering Tarantino’s other works, Django was the weakest of all.

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FlatlineRo says

A good movie due to Christoph Waltz’s great acting…but I’d much rather see The man with no name Trilogy…there’s nothing Jamie Foxx can do that will beat Squint Eastwood’s silenced “implied facepalm” stare.

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