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Spielberg’s Lincoln is a Grand Tribute to a Masterful Leader

jcp052 Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 8:48 PM
I remember when George W. Bush announced that he was going to mandate the use of 4 billion gallons of ethanol each year in a State of the Union address. All the Congressional Republicans jumped up applauding like the fawners at Stalin's speeches used to. What a bunch of Marxists these Republicans have become, no?
MatthewlovesAyn Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 9:28 PM
I just bought 8 pounds of bacon at $2.50/lb. in anticipation of the price of corn driving the price of pork through the roof.

Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” is a different film than one would expect from the brilliant filmmaker responsible for unforgettable films like “Schindler’s List” and “Saving Private Ryan.” Unlike those two features, “Lincoln” takes place on a much smaller scale.

When its trailer arrived in theaters several months ago, many viewers undoubtedly believed that the film would attempt to tell Abraham Lincoln’s complete story, focusing on a young Illinois lawyer who became president and saved the Union from self-destruction. But this movie isn’t about that, nor is it simply a noble and simplistic tribute to the 16th President. The film is, instead,...