Django

Django

Blu-ray Disc - 2010 | Italian
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A lone stranger roams the West dragging a coffin filled with chaos towards a destiny ruled by vengeance.
Publisher: [S.l.] : Blue Underground, 2010, 1966
Edition: Widescreen
Branch Call Number: BLURAY ITALIAN DJANGO 1DISC
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (91 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

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akirakato
Mar 19, 2019

Directed and co-written by Sergio Corbucci in 1966, this Italian Spaghetti Western depicts the wild-West bad-guy-vs-good-guy gun battles.
I enjoyed it as an entertainment piece.
However, the gun fights look totally out of reality.
Especially at the end, Django shot the fire with the hand of God, which seems quite impossible.

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kcrouse7
Feb 16, 2019

There is no reason to watch this dim, scratched, and hairy print of a clearly third rate production. I didn't even make it past the credits. See Once Upon A Time In The West.

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RoyalJellyIII
Dec 09, 2018

Crucial for fans of Italian Westerns, not so crucial for the uninitiated.
People who don't like Italian Westerns will probably think this is the most ludicrous, unbelievable thing ever filmed. Italian Western fans will probably regard it as one of the better, most unique films in the genre. It's all about excess; excessive violence, excessive fire power, excessive villainy, excessive machismo, etc.
The direction is good, the acting is passable, the music is great. If you're a fan of this sort of movie you owe it to yourself to see it at least once.

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JackPurcell
Aug 31, 2016

Not to be mistaken for President Obama's favorite movie, Django Unchained. This is just plain Django. Arguably the lousiest movie ever produced.

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Leatherbound
Feb 13, 2016

Among first generation 'spaghetti westerns'; actually a good storyline and well produced .

LRS1969 Aug 18, 2015

Ouch!

Terrible.... even with the understanding that it is an infamous Spaghetti Western genre.

"Acting" is very, very bad across the board. Technical errors galore (a small belt-fed 6000rpm 5.56mm - .223 caliber - ELECTRIC minigun simulating a MUCH larger .45-70 caliber mechanical crank operated 400rpm Gatling Gun... come on!).

I can handle most Spaghetti Western movies. I really LIKE many of them.

But not this garbage.

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lukasevansherman
Aug 21, 2014

Quentin Tarantino loves his Spaghetti Westerns and seemingly has no compunctions about just lifting a title (and a theme song) from this 1966 classic, starring Franco Nero, who had a cameo in "Django Unchained," and directed by Sergio Corbucci, aka "The Other Sergio." Corbucci's films are darker, bloodier, and more nihilistic than Leone's, but just as stylish. If you've only seen "Django Unchained," you owe it to yourself to see this. And don't be fooled by the myriad "sequels" and knock-offs, this is the real deal. Also check out two other Nero/Corbucci films, "The Mercenary" and "Companeros."

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ZJAS
Jun 19, 2014

The Western Film is unique, violent, and interesting as it is set partially in a ghost town. I like the country areas (scenic)

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jimg2000
Dec 28, 2013

Beautifully restored 1966 Italian Western film directed by Sergio Corbucci and starring Franco Nero in the eponymous role of an American gun slinger in Mexico ... marvelous story that matched the heroic actions of Clint Eastwood's spaghetti western trilogy: a fistful of dollars, a few dollars more and the good, the bad and the ugly. (Watched the Bru-Ray copy)

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tj_is_cool
Dec 27, 2013

Exceptionally well done Western. The English dubbing was horrible.

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