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(FilmDrunk)   Daniel Day-Lewis's acting for Lincoln was so method he plans to avoid theater balconies for the rest of his life   ( filmdrunk.uproxx.com) divider line
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2012-11-01 02:09:29 PM  
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drewogatory: The Gentleman Caller: drewogatory: All I've seen are the previews admittedly, but those make it like a giant steaming pile of limburger with a healthy side of ham. Add in Stevie's patented complete lack of subtlety and I think I'll give this one a pass.

Yeah, because the civil war was nothing but people hamming it up. Lincoln held the country together by sheer force of will, I imagine there's a lot of tension and drama. You'll see it, and you know it.

?? Umm, my father was a military historian. I'd venture to say that I'm probably quite a bit more well read on the Civil War than your average bear. I certainly don't need what appears to be Spielberg's typically facile take on it.

You sound like you need to be at the Civil War Reenactor's Club in 26 minutes.
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