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i just saw this at the omnimax theater in duluth over the 4th of july, and, at first when my parents told me that we were going to be seeing this, i was like, oh god, this is gonna be boring. but i really liked it. i love the whole west area of the country, with the mountains and stuff, and native american history, etc. i've seen very dry boring documentary films before about this same topic, with the only difference being, i believe i will actually remember quite a bit of this one, simply because of the way it was presented. the fact that it was shown on an imax screen added to the enjoyment of this film.
(this is my first "movie review" so if it sounds like a big jumbled mess, now you know why :)
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