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on 10 April 2017
It was ok - I didn't realise it was a TV mini series but enjoyed it nonetheless ... 6 hours of watching is good value for money
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on 22 February 2017
Good movie, brought as a gift for my brother, as he's a Kevin Costner fan. Great service too.
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on 10 June 2017
Costner is great in westerns
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on 13 May 2017
very good happy
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on 28 April 2017
Good
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on 7 April 2017
What I expected.
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on 8 December 2015
excellent series
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on 4 October 2013
We missed the TV showing.
Worth seeing on DVD.
Both fans of history, including USA.
Very well crafted,and acting great.
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on 4 May 2013
This is a very very nice film. And that is all that i have to say. word word eco word
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"Devil" Anse Hatfield played by Kevin Costner [also joint producer] and Randall McCoy played by Bill Paxton return by different routes and for different reasons from the bloody Civil War where they had been comrades in battle; looking out for each other. They desire peaceful lives to develop and expand their family businesses, but this is not to be. Like many monumental fall outs their feud starts with a misunderstanding and then an attempted crooked business deal prompted by McCoy's self seeking and loathsome lawyer ads fuel to the flames. Matters escalate with killings and retribution beatings on both sides until the war between the families is out of control. There is, as with any good story, a love interest: can a young Hatfield marry a McCoy? Apparently not.
This true life feud goes on for 30 plus years and has become part of American history. "Going at it like the Hatfields and McCoys" after over 100 years is still part of their lexicon to describe any bitter disagreement.
The acting of all concerned is beyond reproach and a special mention for Mr. Costner's best performance for many years. It is gritty, cruel and violent and to tell this tale it could be no other way. The effects are clever and the scenery stunning even although it was shot in Romania to give the appearance of wild, open space, authentic 19th.century eastern USA.
At just over four and a half hours it splits nicely into 3 parts or if you are as engrossed as I was, will be watched in one sitting. It is a quality realistic production of a standard way beyond the usual mini series genre.
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