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This film may be historically accurate, but overall is just not very entertaining.
I notice that some have reviewed this movie as "They don't make them like this any more" and I can only say, thank goodness they don't!
Being very interested in the Civil War, I have enjoyed both the films GETTYSBURG and GODS AND GENERALS.
This is exceptionally well done! I am so impressed by the acting and the how brave men in this civil war were. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Kaye Broadbent
Gettysburg was better, but a decent movie. I might watch it a few times but it isn't going to be my favorite.Published 9 days ago by Daniel A. Anthony
Did not think this one lived up to the first installment, Gettysburg. Thought it was too long and maudlin in tone.Published 14 days ago by Joseph A. Truglio
A complete waste of my time. I found myself using the fast forward to blow through the ridiculous pontifications of the actors in the most absurd circumstances such as right before... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Deja Blu
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|any hope for an extended version of the DVD?||
My sister, who had a small part in the film, says that there may be a director's version if they are encouraged enough but I haven't ssen it yet. You may wish to write the director and studio.
Jan 28, 2007 by Belly Laugh | See all 4 posts
|Has the third part of the trilogy been released ?||
The last part of the trilogy has not been released. I've heard that Ted Turner may not produce it due to the poor box office sales of Gods and Generals.
Jun 30, 2008 by Amy E. Barker | See all 4 posts
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