The Last of the Mohicans

The Last of the Mohicans
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Gary

In general, remakes of classic movies are usually pretty bad. But Michael Mann's 1992 remake of Mohicans literally blows this film right out of its canoe. This film does not have an ounce of authentic period atmosphere and the music is particularly banal. Im a big fan of Randy Scott, but did ...Read more

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Ronnda

Very good movie.

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