The best film of 1970 tells about a legendary World War II commander from United States whose old school military tactics and enormous ego clashes with many people. How does one of the most acclaimed biographies fare today?
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Les: Hi HedonisticActor. 2 things make this film brilliant: George C. Scott and Jerry Goldsmith. A truly iconic acting performance and one of the best cinema soundtracks ever made. It’s absolutely inspirational to see and hear the two chew up the scenery throughout the film. Great review, my friend. Peace.
BigBlackHatMan: MASH is overrated. Just a personal opinion and from someone who loved the show. Patton is a really good film and probably the best one from that list in my opinion. Good work