Django Reviews

March 24, 2016
Corbucci, who co-wrote the story, fashions an unrelentingly violent tale of rival gangs squeezing the life out of a muddy, bloody border town, reveling in the sadism of the genre.
January 15, 2013
Sergio Corbucci's Django is trapped between two states (literally Texas and Mexico, more metaphorically life and death) even as he brings a new (a)morality and sadism to a gunslinging figure of old America.
December 20, 2012
Sergio Corbucci's film is notable not only for the artistry of its construction, but also for the underlying anger that fuels its political agenda.
December 20, 2012
Flavorful enough to convince us that its multitude of sequels was no fluke.
July 5, 2012
[VIDEO ESSAY] With an emphasis on gory brutality, Corbucci introduced a blood-soaked drifter closely modeled after Clint Eastwood's iconic character from Leone's films, but with one clear difference - Django drags a coffin with him everywhere he goes.
July 6, 2011
When Tarantino's bulging eyes first laid eyes on can understand his affection for the film's memorable iconography - the dragged coffin, the hand crushed by a rifle butt; stylisation that made a two dime plot more colourful, more memorable.
August 3, 2010
Django is a mean, unpretentious genre wallow.
July 19, 2010
It's a simple story, but it sticks with you because of what it says about humanity shackled by the structures it built: government, religion, commerce.
February 17, 2007
I found it to be a wonderful junk film to nosh on between more nutritious films, if you may.
October 13, 2005
January 2, 2004
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April 14, 2003
One of the greatest of all Spaghetti Westerns.
February 27, 2001