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For any of you out there who care about getting the facts mostly right in a historical movie, this is a film to avoid.
It recounts the true story of Pocahontus, the Native American princess and her love of John Smith and her efforts to help the residents of Jamestown.
The New World is yet another beautiful film by the master filmmaker, and like his other films, it relies on history when telling the story.
very little action..very slow and boring, this movie is the exact same triangle love story as the movie 'preal harbor'
save your money, the trailer is misleading.
Very artistically rendered, yet natural, non-romanticized portrayal of the first English settlements in the New World. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Paul D. Roy
Out of the box thinking. The New World is the world that descends upon the IndiansPublished 26 days ago by Wally Weet
This movie to me was just disappointing and boring... Not much else to say about it besides it was boringPublished 1 month ago by Rashon Kenney
The story of The New World begins with English colonists landing at Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607. It focuses on the love story of John Smith and Pocahontas. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kim Murphy
Painful to watch, didn't make it an hour- Where is Christian Bale? I'm not sure if you have to be drunk or what. It's awful. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Melanie Love
Poorly made movie. Not worth watching unless you are bored. Too artsy.Published 1 month ago by Anil Samuel
very good story of early colonial life and a nice portrait of PocahanasPublished 1 month ago by lee wisniewski
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|Awesome! Now where's The Thin Red Red Line extended version?||
From what I understand, this extended cut of The New World is even longer than the one released in Italy - which is the "original" 150 minute version that Malick rushed out for New Line Cinema so the film could qualify for the 2005 Oscars. All-in-all, we now end up with 3 cuts of The... Read More
Jun 30, 2008 by S. Johndrow | See all 2 posts
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