DANCES WITH WOLVES: Kevin Costner, Mary McDonnell. Rated PG13 (violence, profanity, vulgaity, nudity, sex)
i consider dances with wolves as one of the best movies of this century.
the acting is powerful, the story is breathtaking and the landscape is
gorgoeuos.i haven't met someone who didn't want to become a sioux after watching the movie.
Dances with Wolves was a cool movie. It's right up there with the
American Indian movies like Smoke Signals. I could've done without the
part though when Kevin Kostner was doing you know what with Mary McDonell.
I thought Dances with Wolves was a neat movie.It was a little long,but
cool.The scenary was beautiful.A great Indian movie!
it is the sign of every great movie that it can seen repeatedly over the
years but never do you tire of it ,so deeply did it ingrain a tapestry of
themes and tug at your heart and mind or just hit you from behind.Such is
Silence of the Lambs,Milagro Beanfield War,The Last Detail and such is the wonderful Dances With Wolves; ...sometimes i am ashamed at the
sins of those who came before us.
I really enjoyed Dances with Wolves. It really lets you see how
Native Americans were treated. Also the way that people treated the
wolves. It really opens your eyes to all of this. Kevin Costner was
great. I would recommend it to anyone. A very well written, and directed
I grew up in South Dakota and have ridden horse in the west river country.
I love this part of the country. To see it on screen was great. The horse
Costner rode in the movie was neat.
This was certainly a very entertaining movie, but it takes the typical
Hollywood route these days-- of showing our American soldiers in the West
as being heartless murderers of American Indians and anyone else who
happened to step in the way of the soldiers-- like Kevin Costner. This
movie is way too pro-Indian and anti-American soldier. The truth is
that-- (1) Indians killed more Indians than whites ever killed, (2)
Indians killed just as many whites, if not more, than the number of
Indians killed by whites. There were violent acts and atrocities
committed by both sides-- but from this movie a person gets the distinct
impression that Indians were always the innocent victims of the wicked whites. It was so sad to see everyone in the theater cheering as the
Indians slaughtered our American soldiers in the final battle. This movie
is NOT factual history.
Loved the movie.
Kevin Costner's masterpiece! DWW's was clearly the class of the field in
90-91'. The acting, the richly drawn out characters, fascinating
storylines, stunning landscapes & a powerful moving score all aid in
making this a classic.Yes i wanted to become a Sioux after i saw it at the
theatre, it was fascinating to see things from the indian perspective since so many western movies portray native indians as
crazed boogiemen searching to kill whites at every opportunity. Deserves 5
stars but the limit is 4 so...
I really enjoyed watching this beautiful ACADEMY AWARDWINNER (and "Winner
#1" in every sense of the word, forsure) FILM! I love ALL of Kevin
Costner's movies, in fact;he's always been my #1 of ALL TIME actors,
directors, etc.,plus, he's real easy on the eye......I especially loved
theLakota Native Americans (Graham Greene, et al.), and MaryMcDonnell. This movie was wonderfully narrated, and truly, atimeless
memorial, "set the STANDARD" for ALL TIME for epicAmerican Westerns. GO
FOR IT, KEVIN!!!!! Keep comin' back,too. PASSIONATELY RECOMMEND THIS OSCAR
WINNER, AND I RATETHE FILM ************************************