History TearJerker / Lincoln

7th Jun '15 2:07:03 AM crl85
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** The scene of Lincoln walking quietly down the hallway of the White House, heading to Ford's Theater [[ForegoneConclusion and his fate]]. There's been criticism that the movie should have ended on that scene, heartbreaking at is it.

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** The scene of Lincoln walking quietly down the hallway of the White House, heading to Ford's Theater [[ForegoneConclusion and his fate]]. There's been criticism that the movie should have ended on that scene, heartbreaking at is it.as it is.
20th May '15 4:12:28 PM nombretomado
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** However, seeing Creator/DanielDayLewis cap off his astounding and deserved AcademyAward winning performance with Lincoln's second Inaugural Address was a bit of a [[HeartwarmingMoments heartwarming]] TearJerker itself.

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** However, seeing Creator/DanielDayLewis cap off his astounding and deserved AcademyAward UsefulNotes/AcademyAward winning performance with Lincoln's second Inaugural Address was a bit of a [[HeartwarmingMoments heartwarming]] TearJerker itself.
22nd Nov '13 9:53:44 AM babyhenchy1
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** However, seeing Creator/DanielDayLewis cap off his astounding and deserved AcademyAward winning performance with Lincoln's second Inaugural Address was a bit of a [[HeartwarmingMoments heartwarming]] TearJerker itself.
16th Mar '13 1:03:02 PM Parable
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** The scene just ''before'' those seem to give a HopeSpot, with Lincoln urging the Confederate representatives to accept peace right there and then. And for a moment, it looks as though they would. [[spoiler:Then cue Petersburg burning.]]

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** The scene just ''before'' those seem to give a HopeSpot, with Lincoln urging the Confederate representatives to accept peace right there and then. And for a moment, it looks as though they would. [[spoiler:Then cue Petersburg Richmond burning.]]
23rd Feb '13 10:48:37 AM msq
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** The scene just ''before'' those seem to give a HopeSpot, with Lincoln urging the Confederate representatives to accept peace right there and then. And for a moment, it looks as though they would. [[spoiler:Then cue Petersburg burning.]]
29th Jan '13 8:13:38 PM DanaK
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** And after Robert storms off, Lincoln whispers, "We can't lose you..."
19th Jan '13 8:46:03 PM wittylibrarian
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** The scene of Lincoln walking quietly down the hallway of the White House, heading to Ford's Theater [[ForegoneConclusion and his fate]]. There's been criticism that the movie should have ended on that scene, heartbreaking at is it.


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** More rending is the Congressman whose brother died in the war, and because of it now hates Blacks. During the call for the vote, he's seen praying and then announces that in the memory of his fallen brother [[spoiler:he votes No against the amendment.]]
3rd Jan '13 8:39:25 AM Tuckerscreator
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** Then his subsequent argument with his father.
-->'''Robert''': I have to do this! And I will do it and I don't need your permission to enlist.
-->'''Lincoln''': That same speech has been made by how many sons to how many fathers since the war began? "I don't need your damn permission, you miserable old goat, I'm gonna enlist anyhow!" And what wouldn't those numberless fathers have given to be able to say to their sons: "I'm commander-in-chief, so in point of fact, without my permission, you ain't enlisting in nothing, nowhere, young man."
30th Dec '12 1:55:47 PM DynamicDragon
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* The scenes of the battlefield at Petersburg just before the surrender are bone-chilling, with the corpses from both sides numerous, horrific, and ''sad''.

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* The scenes of the battlefield at Petersburg just before the surrender are bone-chilling, with the corpses from both sides numerous, horrific, and ''sad''.''sad''.

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27th Dec '12 2:13:58 AM DivineDeath
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* That poor Senator who couldn't make up his mind at the vote. After switching several times he abstains.

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* That poor Senator Congressman who couldn't make up his mind at the vote. After switching several times he abstains.
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