Lackluster Spaghetti 

Despite Tarantino's trademark violence and snappy dialogue, 'Django Unchained' is not one of his best

Quentin Tarantino unleashes all hell in Django Unchained, which features the gratuitous violence, uncanny dialogue and twisted sense of humor that has become his stock in trade. But it lacks the polish and craftsmanship he displayed in the Kill Bill movies and…

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