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“Django Unchained” was exceptional, intense and hilarious. I highly recommend it, but there’s some graphic, potentially disturbing stuff in there. Tarantino offers another sharp script, as well as his eye for action and his knack for building tension. The cast was also very strong, including Waltz, DiCaprio and Jackson. I don’t usually care for Jamie Foxx, but this is definitely his finest performance in my mind.

I’m going to try to catch up on the Oscar bait in the comic weeks. I’m excited about “Zero Dark Thirty” and “Lincoln” particularly, and I suppose I’ll have to drag myself to “Les Miz”, despite the middlin’ reviews.

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What’s the joke, Projectionist? “Django Unchained” is, at times, simultaneously deeply disturbing and hilarious. This is an unusual combination.