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This movie is okay entertainment, but I think Peter Haber is much better in the role as Hamilton than Stellan Skarsgård. Haber can be seen in the TV mini-series, "Enemy's Enemy" for instance. Peter Stormare might also be a better Hamilton (see Harald Zwart's "Hamilton"). I gave this movie 6/10, OK entertainment, but nothing more. Watch one of the other Hamilton films (if you already have, you'll probably like this one about as well as I did), or even better: Read one of the books! ;)
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