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The Wind and the Lion

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The film is based on a true event. It is about a Moroccan chief kidnapping an widow and her children. He must experience an extraordinary adventure which he could never has imagined.
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An 'incoherent text' headier than any screen Kipling adaptation
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June 05, 2009

A bogus history lesson that's a mixture of fact and fiction.
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March 14, 2015

Milius's incredible balancing act might have turned very rancid, yet miraculously his mixture of full-blown romanticism and a genial sense of its absurdity produces a deeply satisfying picture.
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August 27, 2008

A kind of big-budget, all-star extravaganza the equivalent of which we really don't have today -- and for which mainstream movies are a little worse off.
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May 19, 2014

The Wind And The Lion is a neat mixture of romanticization and realpolitik [...] The film is memorable for its action scenes [...] but also for the reflective moments from which those action scenes are born.
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January 15, 2004

The marriage of epic romance and the epic romanticization of brutality.
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