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But did they sit through Gods and Generals? Do tell!
Aw, Kevin, you shouldn't have….really. But they certainly nailed it.
Ask and you shall receive. Somehow they managed to sit through the entire movie. More power to them. They certainly nailed it.
Is it just me or did Ebert completely change his outlook from one review to the other? It seems he adopted Siskel's criticism from “Gettysburg” to apply to “G&G.”
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