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Eric Brainard 3 months ago
Good acting and some good action but it tends to get boring. Could only watch once.
Fabio Vanegas 4 months ago
Beautiful action and romance movie
Fabio Augusto Vanegas Bovea 4 months ago
Beautiful action and romance movie
Rob Williams almost 6 years ago
Daniel Day Lewis is great, I just want to know what the writers were thinking
Josh Steadman 6 years ago
Decent story & the acting is generally transparent, but it lacks in some major areas.
J.H. Howes over 6 years ago
To fully enjoy this movie, take a shot every time there's a slow motion scene of running.
Kerr Bacchus over 6 years ago
Daniel Day Lewis at his acting and physical finest.
Hannah Proctor over 7 years ago
Too long and too unsatisfying.
Don Lathrop 7 months ago
Yarakai 7 months ago
N B 1 year ago
Giorgia 1 year ago
Michelle Roussell over 1 year ago
Liam Price over 1 year ago
Daniel Rouco over 1 year ago
Sini Stenbacka almost 2 years ago
Garth Laidlaw almost 2 years ago
Matthew Turner almost 2 years ago
Michelle Arostegui almost 2 years ago
The Last of the Mohicans is a 1992 historical epic film set in 1757 during the French and Indian War and produced by Morgan Creek Pictures. It was directed by Michael Mann and based on James Fenimore Cooper's novel of the same name, although it owes more to George B. Seitz's 1936 film adaptation than the source novel. The main cast includes Daniel Day-Lewis, Madeleine Stowe, Russell Means, Wes Studi, Eric Schweig, Steven Waddington, and Jodhi May. The soundtrack features music by Trevor Jones and Randy Edelman, and the song "I Will Find You" by Clannad. The main theme of the film is taken from the tune "The Gael" by Scottish singer-songwriter Dougie MacLean. In 1757, the British and French are battling for control of North America in the French and Indian War. Chingachgook (Russell Means), his son Uncas (Eric Schweig), and Nathaniel Hawkeye (Daniel Day-Lewis), his adopted white son, visit the Cameron household. Jack Winthrop (Edward Blatchford) tells Hawkeye that he is gathering...
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