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"...Some of [Colbert's] finest dramatic moments..." -- Rating: B Entertainment Weekly "...The definitive film on its subject..." USA Today43.01986

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"...Bogart's sardonic, hypercharged performance holds matters together..." Sight and Sound42.9912

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3.5 stars out of 4 -- "The final scene, one of the best, has lost nothing."USA Today42.81922

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"Perhaps the secret of its lasting appeal lies in the myth of rebirth it so satisfyingly embodies."New York Times30.58516

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"...Twisty and compelling....Intriguing mystery, sultry atmosphere, sharp performances, and a number of muscular dramatic scenes..." Variety "Watching John Travolta ease into a role is always a pleasure..." Rolling Stone "...Mr. Travolta again carries a film with enjoyable ease..."New York Times "...THE GENERAL'S DAUGHTER is a well-made film with a lot of good acting....It is populated by edgy performances..." Chicago Sun-Times13.03231

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"...Mr. Travolta again carries a film with enjoyable ease..."New York Times "...Twisty and compelling....Intriguing mystery, sultry atmosphere, sharp performances, and a number of muscular dramatic scenes..."Variety "...THE GENERAL'S DAUGHTER is a well-made film with a lot of good acting....It is populated by edgy performances..."Chicago Sun-Times "Watching John Travolta ease into a role is always a pleasure..."Rolling Stone13.03231

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"[T]he small-town whimsy here is undercut with real darkness..." Uncut "The tone shifts smoothly from folksy humour to suspense, reaching an epic note in the iconic final shot..." Sight and Sound "Henry Fonda manages plainspoken eloquence in this visually simple, morally complex movie, a too rarely emulated model for political filmmaking." -- Grade: A Entertainment Weekly "[A] cornerstone of the director's loving but critical perspective on American myth and history." Premiere "Ford's dual vision of Lincoln leads him to one of the most extraordinary closing acts in American film..." New York Times4.454293

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"Lane, in a series of wigs to portray the blond Penny Tweedy, holds the film together with a sturdy performance that suggests, in moments, a mystical connection between horse and owner."Hollywood Reporter "Lane, in a series of wigs to portray the blond Penny Tweedy, holds the film together with a sturdy performance that suggests, in moments, a mystical connection between horse and owner."Hollywood Reporter 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his thrilling and inspiring entertainment about the legendary, 1973 Triple Crown winning horse should have audiences standing up and cheering."Box Office 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his thrilling and inspiring entertainment about the legendary, 1973 Triple Crown winning horse should have audiences standing up and cheering."Box Office "Lane projects the combo of homespun warmth and steely determination that has always been intrinsic to her screen appeal. Of the sterling supporting thesps, Cromwell is a subtle standout..."Variety "Lane projects the combo of homespun warmth and steely determination that has always been intrinsic to her screen appeal. Of the sterling supporting thesps, Cromwell is a subtle standout..."Variety "[With] a strong and satisfying performance by Diane Lane....She is an actress with an instinct for honesty, someone incapable of false moves, and her restrained focused, performance as Chenery is a graceful stabilizing force here."Los Angeles Times "[With] a strong and satisfying performance by Diane Lane....She is an actress with an instinct for honesty, someone incapable of false moves, and her restrained focused, performance as Chenery is a graceful stabilizing force here."Los Angeles Times 4 stars out of 4 -- "It is a great film about greatness, the story of the horse and the no less brave woman who had faith in him."Chicago Sun-Times 4 stars out of 4 -- "It is a great film about greatness, the story of the horse and the no less brave woman who had faith in him."Chicago Sun-Times "[SECRETARIAT] actually captures some of the thrill of racing. Wallace and cinematographer Dean Semler film each race of the Triple Crown distinctively and cleverly..."Movieline "[SECRETARIAT] actually captures some of the thrill of racing. Wallace and cinematographer Dean Semler film each race of the Triple Crown distinctively and cleverly..."Movieline 3 stars out of 4 -- "With this stirring, thoroughly entertaining movie, director Randall Wallace has achieved the next to impossible, injecting genuine tension and suspense into a narrative we all know the ending to."Wall Street Journal 3 stars out of 4 -- "With this stirring, thoroughly entertaining movie, director Randall Wallace has achieved the next to impossible, injecting genuine tension and suspense into a narrative we all know the ending to."Wall Street Journal "Lane, in a series of wigs to portray the blond Penny Tweedy, holds the film together with a sturdy performance that suggests, in moments, a mystical connection between horse and owner."Hollywood Reporter "Lane, in a series of wigs to portray the blond Penny Tweedy, holds the film together with a sturdy performance that suggests, in moments, a mystical connection between horse and owner."Hollywood Reporter 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his thrilling and inspiring entertainment about the legendary, 1973 Triple Crown winning horse should have audiences standing up and cheering."Box Office 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his thrilling and inspiring entertainment about the legendary, 1973 Triple Crown winning horse should have audiences standing up and cheering."Box Office "Lane projects the combo of homespun warmth and steely determination that has always been intrinsic to her screen appeal. Of the sterling supporting thesps, Cromwell is a subtle standout..."Variety "Lane projects the combo of homespun warmth and steely determination that has always been intrinsic to her screen appeal. Of the sterling supporting thesps, Cromwell is a subtle standout..."Variety "[With] a strong and satisfying performance by Diane Lane....She is an actress with an instinct for honesty, someone incapable of false moves, and her restrained focused, performance as Chenery is a graceful stabilizing force here."Los Angeles Times "[With] a strong and satisfying performance by Diane Lane....She is an actress with an instinct for honesty, someone incapable of false moves, and her restrained focused, performance as Chenery is a graceful stabilizing force here."Los Angeles Times 4 stars out of 4 -- "It is a great film about greatness, the story of the horse and the no less brave woman who had faith in him."Chicago Sun-Times 4 stars out of 4 -- "It is a great film about greatness, the story of the horse and the no less brave woman who had faith in him."Chicago Sun-Times "It uses a fantastic gospel anthem to stoke our feelings, the Edwin Hawkins Singers' 1969 rendition of 'Oh Happy Day'....That song, with its funky-sublime syncopation, its waves of lordly joy, makes us feel that, yes, Secretariat really was a miracle horse..."Entertainment Weekly "It uses a fantastic gospel anthem to stoke our feelings, the Edwin Hawkins Singers' 1969 rendition of 'Oh Happy Day'....That song, with its funky-sublime syncopation, its waves of lordly joy, makes us feel that, yes, Secretariat really was a miracle horse..."Entertainment Weekly "[SECRETARIAT] actually captures some of the thrill of racing. Wallace and cinematographer Dean Semler film each race of the Triple Crown distinctively and cleverly..."Movieline "[SECRETARIAT] actually captures some of the thrill of racing. Wallace and cinematographer Dean Semler film each race of the Triple Crown distinctively and cleverly..."Movieline 3 stars out of 4 -- "With this stirring, thoroughly entertaining movie, director Randall Wallace has achieved the next to impossible, injecting genuine tension and suspense into a narrative we all know the ending to."Wall Street Journal 3 stars out of 4 -- "With this stirring, thoroughly entertaining movie, director Randall Wallace has achieved the next to impossible, injecting genuine tension and suspense into a narrative we all know the ending to."Wall Street Journal "It uses a fantastic gospel anthem to stoke our feelings, the Edwin Hawkins Singers' 1969 rendition of 'Oh Happy Day'....That song, with its funky-sublime syncopation, its waves of lordly joy, makes us feel that, yes, Secretariat really was a miracle horse..."Entertainment Weekly "It uses a fantastic gospel anthem to stoke our feelings, the Edwin Hawkins Singers' 1969 rendition of 'Oh Happy Day'....That song, with its funky-sublime syncopation, its waves of lordly joy, makes us feel that, yes, Secretariat really was a miracle horse..."Entertainment Weekly3.745878

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"Lane, in a series of wigs to portray the blond Penny Tweedy, holds the film together with a sturdy performance that suggests, in moments, a mystical connection between horse and owner."Hollywood Reporter "Lane, in a series of wigs to portray the blond Penny Tweedy, holds the film together with a sturdy performance that suggests, in moments, a mystical connection between horse and owner."Hollywood Reporter 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his thrilling and inspiring entertainment about the legendary, 1973 Triple Crown winning horse should have audiences standing up and cheering."Box Office 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his thrilling and inspiring entertainment about the legendary, 1973 Triple Crown winning horse should have audiences standing up and cheering."Box Office "Lane projects the combo of homespun warmth and steely determination that has always been intrinsic to her screen appeal. Of the sterling supporting thesps, Cromwell is a subtle standout..."Variety "Lane projects the combo of homespun warmth and steely determination that has always been intrinsic to her screen appeal. Of the sterling supporting thesps, Cromwell is a subtle standout..."Variety "[With] a strong and satisfying performance by Diane Lane....She is an actress with an instinct for honesty, someone incapable of false moves, and her restrained focused, performance as Chenery is a graceful stabilizing force here."Los Angeles Times "[With] a strong and satisfying performance by Diane Lane....She is an actress with an instinct for honesty, someone incapable of false moves, and her restrained focused, performance as Chenery is a graceful stabilizing force here."Los Angeles Times 4 stars out of 4 -- "It is a great film about greatness, the story of the horse and the no less brave woman who had faith in him."Chicago Sun-Times 4 stars out of 4 -- "It is a great film about greatness, the story of the horse and the no less brave woman who had faith in him."Chicago Sun-Times "[SECRETARIAT] actually captures some of the thrill of racing. Wallace and cinematographer Dean Semler film each race of the Triple Crown distinctively and cleverly..."Movieline "[SECRETARIAT] actually captures some of the thrill of racing. Wallace and cinematographer Dean Semler film each race of the Triple Crown distinctively and cleverly..."Movieline 3 stars out of 4 -- "With this stirring, thoroughly entertaining movie, director Randall Wallace has achieved the next to impossible, injecting genuine tension and suspense into a narrative we all know the ending to."Wall Street Journal 3 stars out of 4 -- "With this stirring, thoroughly entertaining movie, director Randall Wallace has achieved the next to impossible, injecting genuine tension and suspense into a narrative we all know the ending to."Wall Street Journal "Lane, in a series of wigs to portray the blond Penny Tweedy, holds the film together with a sturdy performance that suggests, in moments, a mystical connection between horse and owner."Hollywood Reporter "Lane, in a series of wigs to portray the blond Penny Tweedy, holds the film together with a sturdy performance that suggests, in moments, a mystical connection between horse and owner."Hollywood Reporter 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his thrilling and inspiring entertainment about the legendary, 1973 Triple Crown winning horse should have audiences standing up and cheering."Box Office 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his thrilling and inspiring entertainment about the legendary, 1973 Triple Crown winning horse should have audiences standing up and cheering."Box Office "Lane projects the combo of homespun warmth and steely determination that has always been intrinsic to her screen appeal. Of the sterling supporting thesps, Cromwell is a subtle standout..."Variety "Lane projects the combo of homespun warmth and steely determination that has always been intrinsic to her screen appeal. Of the sterling supporting thesps, Cromwell is a subtle standout..."Variety "[With] a strong and satisfying performance by Diane Lane....She is an actress with an instinct for honesty, someone incapable of false moves, and her restrained focused, performance as Chenery is a graceful stabilizing force here."Los Angeles Times "[With] a strong and satisfying performance by Diane Lane....She is an actress with an instinct for honesty, someone incapable of false moves, and her restrained focused, performance as Chenery is a graceful stabilizing force here."Los Angeles Times 4 stars out of 4 -- "It is a great film about greatness, the story of the horse and the no less brave woman who had faith in him."Chicago Sun-Times 4 stars out of 4 -- "It is a great film about greatness, the story of the horse and the no less brave woman who had faith in him."Chicago Sun-Times "It uses a fantastic gospel anthem to stoke our feelings, the Edwin Hawkins Singers' 1969 rendition of 'Oh Happy Day'....That song, with its funky-sublime syncopation, its waves of lordly joy, makes us feel that, yes, Secretariat really was a miracle horse..."Entertainment Weekly "It uses a fantastic gospel anthem to stoke our feelings, the Edwin Hawkins Singers' 1969 rendition of 'Oh Happy Day'....That song, with its funky-sublime syncopation, its waves of lordly joy, makes us feel that, yes, Secretariat really was a miracle horse..."Entertainment Weekly "[SECRETARIAT] actually captures some of the thrill of racing. Wallace and cinematographer Dean Semler film each race of the Triple Crown distinctively and cleverly..."Movieline "[SECRETARIAT] actually captures some of the thrill of racing. Wallace and cinematographer Dean Semler film each race of the Triple Crown distinctively and cleverly..."Movieline 3 stars out of 4 -- "With this stirring, thoroughly entertaining movie, director Randall Wallace has achieved the next to impossible, injecting genuine tension and suspense into a narrative we all know the ending to."Wall Street Journal 3 stars out of 4 -- "With this stirring, thoroughly entertaining movie, director Randall Wallace has achieved the next to impossible, injecting genuine tension and suspense into a narrative we all know the ending to."Wall Street Journal "It uses a fantastic gospel anthem to stoke our feelings, the Edwin Hawkins Singers' 1969 rendition of 'Oh Happy Day'....That song, with its funky-sublime syncopation, its waves of lordly joy, makes us feel that, yes, Secretariat really was a miracle horse..."Entertainment Weekly "It uses a fantastic gospel anthem to stoke our feelings, the Edwin Hawkins Singers' 1969 rendition of 'Oh Happy Day'....That song, with its funky-sublime syncopation, its waves of lordly joy, makes us feel that, yes, Secretariat really was a miracle horse..."Entertainment Weekly3.741484

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"...An absorbing, scrupulously unromanticized, painstakingly accurate period drama..."Film Comment "...With ravishing imagery and muted drama, Brownlow and Mollo seem inspired by Sergei Eisenstein's dynamic editing..."Chicago Sun-Times 4 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's austere, measured and authentic down to the last nail."Total Film0.1798525

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