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And I unreservedly, unconditionally love GWTW. I'm still trying to figure out how Selznick and the boys managed to get Scarlett O'Hara this stuck-up, rich, not terribly smart woman to transform into Our Heroine.

"Our" heroine? She just came across as manipulative to me. My Dad thinks GWTW is a great movie must be something I missed.

RonB
"There's a story there...somewhere"
And I unreservedly, unconditionally love GWTW. I'm still trying to ... not terribly smart woman to transform into Our Heroine.

"Our" heroine? She just came across as manipulative to me. My Dad thinks GWTW is a great movie must be something I missed.

That's the point, man. I'll be damned if I can explain it.

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"Militia members are sexy, if a little overweight. Maybe the government will finally take away our guns, so we can be as dull as the Europeans." Jim Goad
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Today, most of the people in the U.S. think of the Civil War as something "Long Ago and Far Away."

I remember the Star Wars.
jaybe
Of course Scarlett is manipulative! Why do you think heroines can't be manipulative? Have you never known and loved and cherished someone despite their character flaws?

Heroines can be whatever they want I just don't have to like them or watch them.
But more importantly, "Gone With The Wind" is a many-layered tale. It is an allegory of the whole damned Civil ... Away." The Civil War is as important to "who we are now" as the Revolutionary War and World War II.

I don't mind movies about the Civil War I think movies about any war can be relevant and I like history I just don't like this movie because of the soap opera characters.

RonB
"There's a story there...somewhere"
I remember the Star Wars. You mean Star mag vs. National Enquirer, right?

I think he means Thirteen-Star Wars and The British Empire Strikes Back.

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