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A film of great beauty and considerable intelligence.
It's Geronimo's rage against the inevitable which is the film's heartbeat and greatest strength.
A miscast Jason Patric tackles his role as a combination of a Brando impersonator and a guy who merely needs a nap.
Despite the film's visual and aural splendors, Geronimo fails to achieve its noble ambitions. Only a totally committed Western lover will be able to watch it without wanting, at times, to shout Geronimo and bail out.
Superior western, mostly historically accurate. Directed by Walter Hill with strong cast.
Visually, action director Hill may be paying tribute to Ford's Westerns in the way he positions the chase and fight scenes against the panormaic vistas, but this Geronimo is curiously bland, neither absorbing nor stirring.
A gorgeously shot, fair-minded Western that honors Geronimo and the Apaches, but doesn't demonize the U.S. Cavalry. Vastly underrated and far superior to Dances With Wolves.
A sober-minded film directed by Walter Hill
Not-half-bad historical biopic. A strong cast helps out a whole lot.
A bit crappy I'm afraid despite the all-star lineup. This one belongs in the lineup of ABC's After School Specials.
I can't quite put my finger on what it was about Walter Hill's, Geronimo: An American Legend, that kept this from being an exceptional film. With a cast made up of Wes Studi, Gene Hackman, Robert Duvall, Jason Patric and Matt Damon, beautiful shots of the American Southwest and a fairly accurate interpretation of historical events, it came across as being just an okay flick. Maybe I was a bit disconcerted by some of the utterly horrible headgear...LOL
Geronimo was historically accurate and that they used Apache historians to assist. Geronimo shows alot of war and apaches killing white and mexican.
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