This film needs to be made, but it also needs the world of television. It was certainly a mix of the good and the not-so-good, although still easily enjoyable on the whole. It is ultimately unfocused and unsatisfying.
My own recipe goes like this. The villain is ourselves, and we require government action, more regulation and new taxes. Yes, there are moments of big screen majesty, but more often, that big screen reveals the Civil War re-enactors falling like red shirts in Classic Trek episodes as they are apparently being shot with invisible 40 caliber musket balls that cause no entrance wounds or exit wounds.
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At only 3 minutes longer than the actual Civil War, for the end credits you see, this movie is beyond a bladder test, it is in fact… a bladder bust. Sure it is historically accurate to the letter, but what about the details… the horror of being on that field hiding behind dead and dying men.
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Here I simply notice it. My only criticisms are that the book is too long pageswe are inside the generals' heads too much and too often. Hence the oft cited quote about military professionals studying logistics.
But something else has happened: When we talk about the war, we too often get obsessed with the larger-than-life figures like Lee, Jackson, Grant, etc. But I would expect to see some of the current scaremongers switch to the new scare, missing scarcely a beat.
I think we're engaged in an extremely limited view of what counts as "serving the CSA," which is a trap that I find many military historians, myself included on occasion, fall into. I know a good deal about the basic anatomy of the key battles of the civil war.
Grant had the happiest marriage of the three. Below are merely suggestions: The National Park Service's efforts to bring more discussion of slavery and broader contexts into interpretations at battlefield parks. - Struggles over the use and meaning of Confederate symbols, such as the flag.
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Mr. Rael is associate professor of history, Bowdoin College. Gods and Generals, Ted Turner and Ron Maxwell's followup to 's Gettysburg, wants to be a quintessential Civil War epic.
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