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Stream the full soundtrack for Tarantino's Django Unchained! Plus, some behind-the-scenes video!

12.18.2012

I think most of us are more than a little excited to see Tarantino's latest opus, DJANGO UNCHAINED.  It feels like INGLORIOUS BASTERDS was a decade ago and we're primed for some QT goodness.  With the director seemingly at full strength and garnering some excellent reviews (see Bumbray's here) it looks like we'll all get one extra present on Christmas Day. 

With that, today we have two cool new things to share from the film.  First up is a stream of the entire soundtrack, which was released today.  You can listen here or download via iTunes, amazon, or go the old-fashioned route and pick up the CD.

Have a listen:

Next up is 12 minutes of behind-the-scenes b-roll from the film, which shows off some interesting and funny bits from the production.  Essentially, it's like being on the set and just absorbing the atmosphere.  It's fun just to see everyone doing their thing on what looks mostly unremarkable, but when translated to film looks larger than life.  You've got to love the process and seeing it in motion is always cool.

Take a look:

DJANGO UNCHAINED starring Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Samuel L. Jackson, Don Johnson, Kerry Washington, and Walton Goggins hits theaters on December 25, 2012.

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Extra Tidbit: Do you generally buy the soundtrack to Tarantino's films without sampling or do you need to listen first?
Source: The Film Stage

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4:47PM on 12/18/2012

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No disrespect, because I am a fan, but Tarantino doesn't even have to work for his accolades anymore. Word of mouth on Django is great, but was there any chance it wouldn't be? I thought Inglorious Bastards was a good, but flawed movie, and in no way is my opinion the final word on anything, but the reviews for it were as laudatory as they always are for anything he puts out. I think Tarantino is given a lot of credit fr being fresh and original because he is allowed more leeway to be fresh and
No disrespect, because I am a fan, but Tarantino doesn't even have to work for his accolades anymore. Word of mouth on Django is great, but was there any chance it wouldn't be? I thought Inglorious Bastards was a good, but flawed movie, and in no way is my opinion the final word on anything, but the reviews for it were as laudatory as they always are for anything he puts out. I think Tarantino is given a lot of credit fr being fresh and original because he is allowed more leeway to be fresh and original than almost anyone else in cinema today. He is allowed to do exactly what he wants to do in a way very, very few others are. He is incredibly clever, and I'm happy to have his movies to look forward to, but I never trust the advance reviews for his films because I think the media drank the QT kool aid a long time ago and are less than impartial.
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6:22PM on 12/18/2012
Death Proof sure as hell wasn't praised by everyone.

As for Inglourious Basterds - I don't see many falws to that movie, it's actually one of my favorites of his, next to Pulp and Kill Bill. Yes, I think it's better than Reservoir
Death Proof sure as hell wasn't praised by everyone.

As for Inglourious Basterds - I don't see many falws to that movie, it's actually one of my favorites of his, next to Pulp and Kill Bill. Yes, I think it's better than Reservoir
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