Gods and Generals
Gods and Generals

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The rise and fall of legendary war hero Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson as he leads the Confederacy to great success against the Union from 1861 to 1863. Prequel to the 1993 classic "Gettysburg".... (Full plot summary below)

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The rise and fall of legendary war hero Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson as he leads the Confederacy to great success against the Union from 1861 to 1863. Prequel to the 1993 classic "Gettysburg".

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Decent Films Guide - 9/10 by Steven D. Greydanus Everybody is so good and decent that it's hard to tell where the generals leave off and the gods start.
Chicago Tribune - 6/10 by Michael Wilmington Has the unfortunate effect of overtipping the dramatic scales in favor of the Southern generals and turning almost everybody into waxen idols who spout flowery rhetoric.
Washington Post - 6/10 by Stephen Hunter One doesn't come away from it with any sense of what the victory cost in human terms.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - 6/10 by William Arnold Lacks the driving unity that gave "Gettysburg" its focus, dramatic arc, climax and catharsis.
Common Sense Media - 6/10 by Nell Minow Meticulous Civil War story runs a little long.
Charlotte Observer - 5/10 by Lawrence Toppman As dry as a high school history book, solemn as a funeral service, humorless as a Politburo meeting, bloated as a waterlogged corpse and unbalanced as a bout between a debutante and a sumo wrestler.
Chicago Reader - 5/10 by Bill Stamets Maxwell continues his textbook emphasis on military maneuvers, but despite literally thousands of Civil War reenactors recruited for the film, the wide-screen canvas fails to map the tactics or evoke the terror of battle.
L.A. Weekly - 5/10 by Ron Stringer By highlighting the human costs of slavery to everyone BUT the enslaved -- here, relations between African-American domestics and their owners are cordial, even respectful, on both sides -- Maxwell risks being pilloried as an apologist for that institution.
Dallas Observer - 5/10 by Jean Oppenheimer Filled with so much religious righteousness--endless Bible-readings...that the film feels more like a recruitment tool for Soldiers for Christ than a look at the bloody four-year conflict that tore this nation apart.
ReelViews - 5/10 by James Berardinelli If ever there was a movie that could cause even the most restless sleeper to fall into a deep slumber, this is it.
Groucho Reviews - 4/10 by Peter Canavese Succumbs to turgidity. And...intentionally or not...conveys the impression that the film uncritically celebrates the Confederacy. [Blu-ray]
Chicago Reader - 4/10 by Bill Stamets Maxwell continues his textbook emphasis on military maneuvers, but despite literally thousands of Civil War reenactors recruited for the film, the wide-screen canvas fails to map the tactics or evoke the terror of battle.

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