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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.
Placed order for this Gods and Generals: Extended Director's Cut and when the product arrived it was the theatrical length version and DVD.Published 13 hours ago by David Scott
Very slow moving. We just could not force ourselves to watch it to the end...YAWN!Published 3 days ago by Dianne J
Bought for Christmas for my husband. It was on his wish list.Published 5 days ago by Louise McCarthy
Don't bother with this movie if you: 1) can't focus on a 23 minute sitcom episode; 2) think 19th century characters should talk in 21st century slang; 3) prefer 3rd grade level... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Jeff Miller
Gettysburg was made first and it did an excellent job with the battle details as well as the side conversations that demonstrated the motives of various individuals in fighting the... Read morePublished 7 days ago by TF Fixer
Great performances, especially by Stephen Lang as Stonewall Jackson!Published 7 days ago by mark ingber
Loved having he Antietam Battle included - we had been to Anteitam on a trip and met Dennis Frye so were aware of all of the enactors in the extended version which included that... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Carol Wheeler
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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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