O que se diz lá fora sobre LINCOLN, de Steven Spielberg:
«Rarely has a film attended more carefully to the details of politics.»
Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times.
«The result looks as much like a Natural History Museum diorama as it sounds: a respectful but waxy re-creation that feels somehow awe-inspiring yet chillingly lifeless to behold, the great exception being Jones' alternately blistering and sage turn as Stevens.»
Peter Debruge, Variety.
«Go see this movie. Take your children, even though they may occasionally be confused or fidgety. Boredom and confusion are also part of democracy, after all. Lincoln is a rough and noble democratic masterpiece - an omen, perhaps, that movies for the people shall not perish from the earth.»
A.O. Scott, The New York Times.
«Tony Kushner's densely packed script has been directed by Spielberg in an efficient, unpretentious way that suggests Michael Curtiz at Warner Bros. in the 1940s, right down to the rogue's gallery of great character actors in a multitude of bewhiskered supporting roles backing up a first-rate leading performance by Daniel Day-Lewis.»
Todd McCarthy, The Hollywood Reporter.
«The movie is grand and immersive. It plugs us into the final months of Lincoln's presidency with a purity that makes us feel transported as though by time machine.»
Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly.
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