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Gettysburg: Three Days of Destiny (2004)

PG | | Action, Drama, War | Video 22 June 2004
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Gettysburg Three days of Destiny is the compelling story of the commanders, decisions and pivotal moments of the battle that turned the tide of the American Civil War

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Steve Schlosser ...
Bob Bosler ...
Benjamin Bidlack ...
General Robert E. Lee (as Benjamin Black)
Andy Waskie ...
General George Gordon Meade (as Dr. Andy Waskie)
Michael Riley ...
Ronald A. Hawkins ...
General James Longstreet (as Ronald Hawkins)
Patrick Falci ...
General A.P. Hill
Ronald Bieber ...
General Richard Anderson
David Huber ...
General Francis C. Barlow
Brian Egbert ...
Bruce Stocking ...
Charlie Zahm ...
Federal Soldier-Singer
William Norrell ...
Andy Redmond ...
Father William Corby (as Andrew Redmond)
Jay Vogel ...
Colonel Edwin P. Alexander
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Twenty thousand Civil War enthusiasts gathered at the fields of Gettysburg to commemorate the epic battle's 140th anniversary with a reenactment--and filmmaker Robert Child was on hand to document the event. The dramatic story unfolds through both Union and Confederate commanders' dispatches, diaries and after-battle reports. Written by Ardustry Home Entertainment

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Action | Drama | War

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Rated PG for mild combat scenes
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22 June 2004 (USA)  »

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Gettysburg: Tres días para un destino  »

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$750,000 (estimated)
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Dull, poorly paced, with no sense of direction
4 July 2005 | by (Eureka, CA) – See all my reviews

Dull and poorly-paced, this dramatization, while massive in its scope, utilizing thousands of civil war reenactors, fails to give the viewer any real information about the battle's range and significance. Relying upon spoken excerpts from memoirs of those who were there, the film is visually and audibly authentic, but the viewer is never really given a sense of how the different segments of the battle fit together. A visual map at the beginning shows how the troops arrived at Gettysburg, but this is never repeated – more of these showing how the battle developed, and narration to tie together the various vignettes and add some clarity to the film would be helped immensely. Baritone musical interlude "A-tenting we will go" stops the film in its tracks, although the synth musical score by Nicholas Palmer is rather effective. This is like glimpsing the battle through binoculars but having no clue how the different scenes really work together.


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