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Comments about the soundtrack for Gods and Generals (Frizzell/Edelman)
Bold film! Kudos!! CD inefficient, though.

Matt Bindner
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Bold film! Kudos!! CD inefficient, though.   Sunday, March 30, 2003 (10:41 p.m.) 

Yeah, I'm sorry to say that, but I heard more music in the film, and I want all of that music from the movie right here in my CD! But what an excellent film! Kind of takes away the black and white of political correctness, and makes humans out of the confederates (which was what they were). The authenticity by itself was nearly impeccable, and I thought Stephen Lang portrayed Stonewall Jackson perfectly! I got a little misty eyed at the end, and I'm not one of those sensitive types, either! It was a very bold film, and I'm glad that tinseltown hasn't completely eradicated the open displaying of faith from it's films.

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