Paying close attention to period detail and historical accuracy, he-man action specialist Walter Hill directs this traditional Western recounting famed Apache warrior Geronimo’s losing battle with the U.S. Army in the late-1800s Southwest.
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Not a great film, but a very solid one. As mentioned below, it focuses as much on the Army as the man, but I actually think that makes the film better. Some great photography of the desert setting, which looks great in HD. Again, not great, but I would call it underrated and among the better westerns of the 90s.
Geronimo is a Chiricahua Apache warrior who refused to surrender in a war, he knew he could not win. This is about the very dark side of the American history. About the genocide & about the holocaust at the native american people, who did not want to step aside for the expansion of the 'civilized & white West'. Strong cast, great camera; above average: 3,5.