Thursday, November 15, 2012

On "Lincoln"


From The Dispatch:
While it is unmistakably a Spielberg film (his handling of the assassination, through the eyes of his youngest son, Tadd, is pure Spielberg), it is one of his most mature efforts to date. "Lincoln" is not the historical epic we expected, it is an ensemble piece, an almost theatrical exploration of moral gray areas that brings history to life and humanizes larger-than-life figures who have been so lionized by time that we have almost forgotten who they really were. In "Lincoln," Spielberg brings them to startling, powerful life.
Click here to read my full review.

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