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Incredible movie! Must see!
If you like the Civil War this is the best movie available to watch.
There are plenty of people who've already made the points that I would have made, and better than I could have. So I'll just settle for giving this great movie a five star rating to help drown out the sensationalist brainlets.
That is all.
Considering RT gave Birth of a Nation a 98% score (even though it's basically propaganda for the KKK), their score of this movie just goes to show how backwards they've become in movie reviews. Gods and Generals was still pretty long and boring. Would've served better as a TV mini-series or just direct to dvd.
long but very powerful and emotional..today movies like this will be shot down cuz it doesnt paint the south as c
Movie made just for Civil War buffs and no one else. They should have focused the movie solely on Stonewall Jackson’s experience. A true eccentric but compelling American hero. Felt very much like a hallmark movie. Needed more grit!
Excellent, moving; well-acted and well-written.
While many disregard this film as Southern propaganda, this film does a brilliant job of depicting a side of the war not normally seen while still giving us the stoic, anti-slavery sentiments of union officer Chamberlain. This film accurately depicts what it was like to fight on a Virginia battlefield with the mysticism of having Stonewall Jackson on the field that emboldened Confederates and brought fear into the hearts of Union soldiers.
Long and drawn out. But still beautiful in many ways.
This was great and finally showed the southern generals and people as more than just a one dimensional racist pack of hillbillies. A little melodramatic with the family interactions but you have to expect a bit of that. Overall it was amazing