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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.
this edition has the best behind the scenes coverage of the historic study of the history, and the very accurate depiction's of tribal like at the time!Published 9 days ago by colin chick
I'm not sure what they were going for here, but this was bad. There was a lot of staring at each other with loud, constant keyboard chords in the background and hard to understand... Read morePublished 27 days ago by RichBuysAllOfTheStuff
Beautiful movie, but the story is fictional - actually, worse than fictional. It's not creative like fiction. It perpetuates an untruth about the Pocohantas story. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Harrington
While I agree this is a beautifully shot film, and does a better job of portraying native Americans than most, Pocahantas is still portrayed as fairly passive, which doesn't fit... Read morePublished 1 month ago by JO
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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
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