Makes me wonder how they will treat language in To Appomattox.
I do want historical dialogue, but at the same time I language that connects to the others in the audience. Gods and Generals failed entirely in that regard. The dialogue was way too stiff.
It was still preferable to "
Samuel L. Jackson can sure cuss can't he?
"Hit hard when you start, but don't start until you have everything ready." - Lt. Gen. James Longstreet
Pyrrhus Travels West:
Hanno the Infamous, General of Carthage, Rb Mhnt of Sicily
Cassander, Champion of Makedon
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