Geronimo (DVD)

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Geronimo (DVD)

This 1993 revisionist Western tells the story of the white army who came to remove Apache warrior Geronimo (Wes Studi) from his land and the struggles...

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Proan ok western with a few positives

Conssome acting, poor director

Geronimo DVD- A review by Addy Introduction Well its two westerns reviews in a row but this time its something a little different inasmuch as it is about Native Americans or one in particular in this silver screen production. Geronimo was released in 2005 with a purpose of attempting to redress...

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“Geronimo”

published 23/07/2008

ProLoads of Action, Shooting incidents, Good Actors

ConsSome battles were not historically accurate

This tells the story of the US Armys mission to remove the Apache Indian from their lands in Arizona. The Apaches are led by Geronimo played by Wes Studi and are refusing to give up their land without a fight. The film has many battles and some are quite gruesome. In the film Geronimo is...

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This 1993 revisionist Western tells the story of the white army who came to remove Apache warrior Geronimo (Wes Studi) from his land and the struggles the Native Americans put up in order to keep their land. Led by two Army leaders (Gene Hackman and Robert Duvall), the government tries to extract the Indians from the land, using both force and lies. Director Walter Hill (48 HOURS, THE WARRIORS) looks at both sides of the conflict and shoots beautiful cinematography in the American Southwest.<BR><BR>The story of the Apache renegade who waged a fierce, lifelong war against white settlers and the U.S. Cavalry. Academy Award Nominations: Best Sound.

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