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Legends of the Fall

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The movie follows Tristan, the wildest of the Ludlow sons, whose failure to protect his brother puts his entire family on a path of betrayal and self-destruction. After his brother, Samuel, died in WWI, Tristan and Alfred return home, and both fall for Samuel's gorgeous fiancée, Susannah, and their intense rivalry begins to destroy the family.
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Gary Thompson
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April 02, 2014

A weird melodramatic epic -- Bonanza crossbred with the kind of novel that uses Fabio on the cover.
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Jay Boyar
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April 02, 2014

Just when it starts to seem as if Legends might just turn into a pretty good movie, along comes some tired, soap-opera plot device.
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Steven Rea
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April 02, 2014

Check your cynicism at the door, and just revel in its enormity.
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Terrence Rafferty
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April 02, 2014

At first, the picture plays like East of Eden with a bonus brother; it gets sillier as it goes.
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Michael Wilmington
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April 02, 2014

There's a vast psychodrama being played out on the Ludlow ranch, battles between generations, philosophies, races and sexes. And the landscapes, photographed by John Toll, majestically backdrop all the personal and cultural furies.
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Candice Russell
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April 02, 2014

Bloated as a TV miniseries two nights too long, Legends of the Fall is stiff and uninteresting.
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Stephen Hunter
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April 02, 2014

It's a big movie that's so small on the inside it's not there.
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John Ferguson
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April 02, 2014

The real star, however, is John Toll's Oscar-winning cinematography, which is equally at home with the stunning beauty of the mountainous terrain and the killing fields of war-torn France.
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David Sterritt
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April 02, 2014

While the production is attractive in a calendar-photo sort of way, there's not a speck of genuine feeling in its glossy images.
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Leah Rozen

April 02, 2014

It either sweeps you up in its rapturous emotional wake or -- and it's a big or -- you just sit there and snicker. I found myself alternately doing both, though fortunately more of the former than the latter.
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John Hartl
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April 02, 2014

The actors fit their roles exceptionally well, but Zwick rarely allows them the kinds of crucial, intimate moments that establish how the characters feel about each other.
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Kenneth Turan
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April 02, 2014

Everything about Legends of the Fall shouts epic filmmaking and it is not an altogether unpleasant sound.
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