Shooting One Another in the Land of the Free

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Opening in 2003, director Ron Maxwell’s Civil War film, Gods and Generals, was swept from the multiplexes within two weeks by a torrent of critical hysteria. “Jingoistic goat spoor,” raged one reviewer; “boring and bloated,” sputtered another. Gentler commentators sighed it was “numbing,” “an unqualified disaster.”

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