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In the beginning of the 19th Century many Anglosaxons are settling in the Mexican province of Texas. As the years go by, political conflicts between the settlers and the Mexican government are escalating which would lead to war and Texan independence. Written by
Dragan Antulov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
History fans will love it, film lovers will loathe it. "Texas" is good if you need to brush up on your U.S. history and you have the ability to make witty comments and laugh at a poorly made movie. Everything from the acting to the script to the cinematography is definitely sub-par. Ooh, and watch out for those scandalous eye-candy moments, such as Ricky Schroeder's a**e making an appearance in a river-bathing scene, and topless women running around in the final gun battle. There's nothing gratuitous in this film, history is represented exactly how it happened, and everything is totally believable. Remember the Alamo!
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