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published 01/07/2013

AdvantagesBrilliant acting ensemble, fantastic script, as informative as it is entertaining - top stuff


...It's a story we all think we know so well. Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, abolished slavery. Yay, he's a hero and hurrah for Lincoln who remains an American icon. But Steven Spielberg is here to tell us that it wasn't a simple task by any means. Passing the 13th Amendment in the last few months of his Presidency, Lincoln achieved a milestone in American politics banning...

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“Lincoln the Dots”

published 13/03/2013

AdvantagesPhenomenal performances, solid writing and great production values.

DisadvantagesFeels like one long history lesson, which requires further study to appreciate fully.

...In the last four months of his life, Abraham Lincoln steers his country through a turbulent period. As the American Civil War rages on, causing destruction and death on both sides, Lincoln seeks to end slavery by pushing the 13th Amendment through Congress. But he must contend with opposition across the political spectrum. If ?Lincoln? was a stick of rock, it would have the word ?quality...

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“Lincoln the Dots”

published 27/07/2012

AdvantagesSlickly written and directed with solid performances.

DisadvantagesIt doesn't do anything new.

...Mick Haller is an LA lawyer, who operates his business out of the back of his Lincoln town car. He represents clients many would consider ?scum?, including a bunch of drug-dealing bikers. But his latest case is different; Louis Roulet, the privileged son of a wealthy Beverly Hills estate agent is accused of rape and attempted murder by a prostitute. Roulet claims he?s been set up, but his story...

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