The Last of the Mohicans (1992)


By Scott Goldfine

Director Michael Mann takes a crack at historical spectacle with the old-fashioned frontier piece “The Last of the Mohicans.” Daniel Day Lewis is a Mohican-raised white man romancing Englander Madeleine Stowe during the French-English conflict of the 1700s.

Beautifully produced and photographed, this film is a visual delight. But the script is deficient in character development and storytelling. Rated R.


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