Absolutely fantastic battle scenes. The horror and the thrill of battle are depicted in such grandiose, realistic way that it will certainly move any viewer. So much so I wish I had watched this movie in the theater! Yet, there are some excruciatingly slow moments and I was glad for the DVD player control... For example, when Napoleon is forced to abdicate after the Allies enter Paris, he walks endlessly to the carriage awaiting him. Plus his constant hysterics and wide-wide expressions, coupled with the screeching speeches he delivers to his troops are atrocious. Plumer is wonderful as the Duke of Wellington—then still Marquis of Wellington—and his lines are absolutely engaging.
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