Lincoln

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Overview

Steven Spielberg helms his long-in-the-making biopic of Abraham Lincoln for DreamWorks and Touchstone Pictures. Daniel Day-Lewis portrays the former head of state in the Tony Kushner-penned adaptation of Doris Kearns Goodwin's book Team of Rivals, which chronicles the President's time in office between 1861 and 1865 as he dealt with personal demons and politics during the Civil War. Sally Field leads a co-starring cast that includes Tommy Lee Jones, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and ...
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Note: Lincoln was nominated for Best Picture, Best Actor in a Leading Role, Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Best Achievement in Directing, Best Achievement in Cinematography, Best Achievement in Costume Design, Best Achievement in Film Editing, Best Achievement in Music - Original Score, Best Achievement in Production Design, Best Achievement in Sound Mixing, and Best Achievement in Writing - Adapted Screenplay
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Overview

Steven Spielberg helms his long-in-the-making biopic of Abraham Lincoln for DreamWorks and Touchstone Pictures. Daniel Day-Lewis portrays the former head of state in the Tony Kushner-penned adaptation of Doris Kearns Goodwin's book Team of Rivals, which chronicles the President's time in office between 1861 and 1865 as he dealt with personal demons and politics during the Civil War. Sally Field leads a co-starring cast that includes Tommy Lee Jones, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Academy Award nominee John Hawkes.
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Special Features

Disc 1 - Blu-ray feature film + bonus:; The Journey to Lincoln - Steven Spielberg and his collaborators discuss the challenges and excitement of bringing this story of a complex and very human president to the screen; A historic tapestry: Richmond, Virginia - Steven Spielberg and team discuss the historical significance of Richmond, Virginia, and why they chose to shoot the film there; ; Disc 2 - Blu-ray additional bonus:; In the company of character - delve into Daniel Day-Lewis' portrayal of Lincoln, and discover the authenticity and openness created by the actors and filmmakers on set; Crafting the past - examine the re-creation of Lincoln's era through authentic period details in production design, costume and makeup; Living with Lincoln - follow Steven Spielberg, the cast and crew through the shooting of the film, from the battle at Jenkins' Ferry, through the epic 13th amendment showdown in the house of representatives, to Lincoln's tragic end; In Lincoln's footsteps - explore the film's editing, sound design, and the subtle, yet poignant musical score by John Williams, and discover how relevant and inspiring Lincoln still is today; ; Disc 3 - DVD feature film + bonus:; The journey to Lincoln; ; Disc 4 - Digital copy of feature film: ; Watch it anytime, anywhere on your computer and portable device
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Perry Seibert
Steven Spielberg has talked for years about doing a film on Abraham Lincoln, but it turns out that when he finally got around to doing it, the finished movie feels less like his than it does the screenwriter's -- Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tony Kushner. The movie stars Daniel Day-Lewis as the 16th president, focusing on the last few months of Lincoln's life as he tries to manipulate Congress into passing the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which would allow people to vote regardless of race and officially end slavery. Simultaneously, he attempts to bring about a peaceful end to the Civil War. These two goals appear to be mutually exclusive, a point established in an early scene where Lincoln confers with his most trusted political advisor, Secretary of State William Seward David Strathairn. The film is so focused on the political process -- the horse-trading, deception, and arm-twisting Lincoln and Seward perform to achieve their goals -- that it feels not unlike an extended episode of The West Wing. However, instead of Aaron Sorkin's ping-pong, Mamet-inspired patter, we are treated to Tony Kushner's almost Shakespearean dialogue. The characters speak in a formal yet often flowery vernacular that's invested with both remarkable imagery and witty insults, and Spielberg has assembled a flawless cast who each bring out the music in Kushner's words. First among equals is, of course, two-time Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis, an actor of uncommon skill who manages to evoke Lincoln in all his honor and glory without once making him appear like a wax figure. This is a living and breathing human being who yearns to do the right thing in every instance, but is ripped to shreds emotionally when he has to deal with his emotionally high-strung, grieving wife Sally Field. To rally people to his cause at different points during the film, Lincoln delivers a Christlike parable about some historical event or an anecdote from his own life, and Day-Lewis spins these yarns with such folksy authority that the audience in the theater is sucked into his rhetorical magic just as inevitably as the characters he's speaking to onscreen. We hang on his every word, just as we do a commanding performance in live theater. The whole ensemble is arguably one of the greatest casts ever assembled. Tommy Lee Jones gets some of the best lines as an irascible congressman who has fought his whole career to give slaves both freedom and full citizenship -- it's the kind of performance that gets people nominated for Supporting Actor awards. James Spader steals all of his scenes playing a libidinous, extroverted political middleman responsible, along with a pair of cronies played by Tim Blake Nelson and John Hawkes, for making the deals with politicians Lincoln can't be seen doing himself. Each time any of the actors open their mouths, you marvel at how right they are for the part, and how gloriously they put across Kushner's lines. In large part because the dialogue is both so good and so plentiful, Lincoln is closer to a play than a movie, and this doesn't always work to Spielberg's strengths as a director. With words this beautiful, very little is needed to augment them, so most attempts to underscore the dialogue with say a symbolic thunder clap or overdone strings feel like a mistake, though he never smothers the movie in melodrama. The single biggest flaw is that they don't stick the landing. There's a superb shot that the movie should end on, but the film goes on for another ten minutes giving us scenes that we thankfully don't expect, yet, at the same time, we don't really want. Spielberg and longtime cinematographer Janusz Kaminski light the performers in ways that accentuate their earnestness, underscoring the filmmaker's obvious reverence for the material without turning these legendary figures into simple symbols of good. All of the characters remain troubled, three-dimensional people, and that turns out to be the best element of the movie, because Kushner manages to invest us in these people and their desires. What could easily have become a dry civics lesson is in fact loaded with laughs, inspiring triumphs, a subtle but undeniable awe for one of the country's defining figures, and some of the richest language you can find at the movies. It's a superior achievement for Kushner, and makes for one of the best of Spielberg's "serious" movies.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/26/2013
  • UPC: 786936833126
  • Original Release: 2012
  • Rating:

  • Source: Walt Disney Video
  • Region Code: 1AB
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Bonus DVD / Subtitled / Dubbed
  • Sound: DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 2:30:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 24,124

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Daniel Day-Lewis Abraham Lincoln
Sally Field Mary Todd Lincoln
David Strathairn William Seward
Joseph Gordon-Levitt Robert Lincoln
James Spader W.N. Bilbo
Hal Holbrook Preston Blair
Tommy Lee Jones Thaddeus Stevens
John Hawkes Robert Latham
Jackie Earle Haley Alexander Stephens
Bruce McGill Edwin Stanton
Tim Blake Nelson Richard Schell
Joseph Cross John Hay
Jared Harris Ulysses S. Grant
Lee Pace Fernando Wood
Peter McRobbie George Pendleton
Gulliver McGrath Tad Lincoln
Gloria Reuben Elizabeth Keckley
Jeremy Strong John Nicolay
Michael Stuhlbarg George Yeaman
Boris McGiver Alexander Coffroth
David Costabile James Ashley
Stephen Spinella Asa Vintner Litton
Walton Goggins Clay Hawkins
David Warshofsky William Hutton
Colman Domingo Private Harold Green
David Oyelowo Corporal Ira Clark
Lukas Haas First White Soldier
Dane DeHaan Second White Soldier
Carlos Thompson Navy Yard - Shouting Soldier
Bill Camp Mr. Jolly
Elizabeth Marvel Mrs. Jolly
Byron Jennings Montgomery Blair
Julie White Elizabeth Blair Lee
Charmaine Crowell-White Minerva--Blair's Servant
Ralph D. Edlow Leo - Blair's Servant
Grainger Hines Gideon Welles
Richard Topol James Speed
Walt Smith William Fessenden
Dakin Matthews John Usher
James Ike Eichling William Dennison
Wayne Duvall Senator Bluff Wade
Bill Raymond Schuyler Colfax
Michael Kennedy Hiram Price
Ford Flannagan White House Doorkeeper - Tom Pendel
Bob Ayers White House Petitioner
Robert Peters Jacob Graylor
John Moon Edwin LeClerk
Kevin O'Donnell Charles Hanson
Jamie Horton Giles Stuart
Joseph Dellinger Nelson Merrick
Rick Warner Homer Benson
Elijah Chester Union Army Officer
Dave Hager Captain Nathan Saunders - River Queen
Sean Haggerty Officer in Peace Commissioners Exchange
Michael Shiflett Senator R.M.T. Hunter
Gregory Itzin Judge John A. Campbell
Stephen Dunn Petersburg Siege Lines - Confederate Officer
Stephen McKinley Henderson William Slade
Chase Edmunds Willie Lincoln
John Hutton Senator Charles Sumner
Robert Ruffin Major Thompson Eckert
Drew Sease David
John Lescault Gustavus Fox
Scott Wichmann Charles Benjamin
Adam Driver Samuel Beckwith
Jean Kennedy Smith Woman Shouter
Shirley Augustine Woman Shouter
Sarah Wylie Woman Shouter
Margaret Ann McGowan Woman Shouter
Hilary Montgomery Woman Shouter
Asa-Luke Twocrow Ely Parker
Lancer Shull Union Soldier - Bodyguard
George Turman Military Hospital Doctor
Robert Wilharm Wounded Soldier
Kevin Kline Wounded Soldier
Kevin Kline Wounded Soldier
John Jones Wounded Soldier
Paul Gowans Wounded Soldier
Joseph Miller Wounded Soldier
John Bellemer Faust
Mary Dunleavy Marguerite
Christopher Evan Welch Clerk - Edward McPherson
Alan Sader Sergeant at Arms
Gannon McHale Aaron Haddam
Ken Lambert Augustus Benjamin
Tom Belgrey Arthur Bentleigh
Ted Johnson John Ellis
Don Henderson Baker Walter Appleton
Raynor Scheine Josiah S. "Beanpole" Burton
Armistead Nelson Wellford Nehemiah Cleary
Michael Ruff Harold Hollister
Rich Wills House of Representatives - Soldier One
Stephen Bozzo House of Representatives - Soldier Two
Christopher Alan Stewart Sergeant-Grant's HQ
Teddy Eck Corporal-Grant's HQ
Todd Fletcher Walter H. Washburn
Charles Kinney Myer Strauss
Joseph Carlson Joseph Marstern
Michael Goodwin Chilton A. Elliot
Thomas Aldridge House of Representatives Member
James Batchelder Howard Guillefoyle
Sidney Blackmer Jr. House of Representatives Member
Christopher Boyer General Robert E. Lee
Billy Caldwell House of Representatives Member
Christopher Cartmill Leonard Grover
Glenn Crone House of Representatives Member
Martin D. Dew House of Representatives Member
David Doersch Actor Demon Afrit
Stephen Dunford Actor Swordsman
Theodore Ewald House of Representatives
Joseph Frances Filipowski House of Representatives - Rebel Shouter
David Graham House of Representatives-Rebel Shouter
Gregory Hosaflook John F. McKenzie
Joe Inscoe House of Representatives Member
Raymond Johnson House of Representatives Member
William Kaffenberger John A. Casson
Gary Keener House of Representatives Member
Joe Kerkes Andrew E. Finck
Henry Kidd House of Representatives - Rebel Shouter
C. Brandon Marshall Rufus Warren
Edward McDonald Daniel G. Stuart
S. Epatha Merkerson Lydia Smith
Robert Shepherd Dr. Joseph K. Barnes
Benjamin Shirley House of Representatives - Rebel Shouter
Todd Hunter House of Representatives Member
Larry Van Hoose John A. Casson
Technical Credits
Steven Spielberg Director, Producer
Curt Beech Art Director
Ben Burtt Sound/Sound Designer
Lois Burwell Makeup
Rick Carter Production Designer
Leo Corey Castellano Makeup
David Crank Art Director
Leslie Devlin Makeup
Scott Herbertson Set Decoration/Design
Jim Hewitt Set Decoration/Design
Joanna Johnston Costumes/Costume Designer
Michael Kahn Editor
Janusz Kaminski Cinematographer
Avy Kaufman Casting
Kathleen Kennedy Producer
Jonathan King Executive Producer
Kristie Macosko Krieger Co-producer
Tony Kushner Screenwriter
Daniel Lupi Executive Producer
Stuart McCowan Sound Editor
Leslie McDonald Art Director
Riccardo Muti Musical Direction/Supervision
Jeff Skoll Executive Producer
Adam Somner Asst. Director, Co-producer
Susan Stepanian Makeup
Michael H. Ward Set Decoration/Design
John Williams [composer] Score Composer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Lincoln
1. Opening Titles
2. Lincoln's Dream
3. A New Amendment
4. War Powers
5. The House Debate
6. Getting Out the Vote
7. Seeds of Time
8. Grand Reception
9. The Fallen at Wilmington
10. No Sixteen-Year-Olds Left
11. Equality Under the Law
12. Robert's Ambition
13. Bipartisan Support
14. Fairness and Freedom
15. The Morning of the Vote
16. This is History
17. Celebration
18. Petersburg Battlefield
19. Now He Belongs to the Ages
20. Credits
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Lincoln
   English
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      Bonus Features
         The Journey to Lincoln
         Credits
      Scene Selection
      Set Up
         Languages
            English 5.1 Dolby Digital
            English 2.0 Descriptive Video Service
            Français 5.1 Dolby Digital
            Español 5.1 Dolby Digital
         Subtitles
            Subtitles: None
            English for the Hearing Impaired
            Français
            Español
         Register Your DVD
      Sneak Peeks
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  • Posted April 16, 2013

    False advertisement. Expected it to be wider than his attempts t

    False advertisement. Expected it to be wider than his attempts to get the Anti-Slavery amendment passed. Fine movie, well-acted, but too much talk  Jack Crane, Middleton, WI.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 27, 2013

    one of the greatest moves of all time .gone with the wind dose n

    one of the greatest moves of all time .gone with the wind dose not match this .danail-day lewes is right upthere with brando, martin sheen ,you name themas for the history aspect. not a flore.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 3, 2014

    Great movie!

    the perfect Christmas gift.

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  • Posted December 13, 2013

    Top 5 bio

    This is a top tier reflection upon the latter segment of Lincoln's presidency. Daniel Day Lewis is superb. Sally Field is excellent as Mary Lincoln. The constant state of despair and her, sometimes, erratic behvaior is true to order. The acting and situational dialogue is fantastic. On a scale of 10, a high 9, 9.6, 9.7. The historical accuracy is significant. The Congressional debates and banter are classic. I will watch this movie 2 - 3 times each and every year. I rate this with A Beautiful Mind as first rate biography. Spader is wonderful, what an actor. Gordon-Levitt must have lived his previous life in the mid-1860's. David Strathairn might be the best of the lot. An epic that legitimately inspires. This is must see for any Civil War history class. It is understandable at most any level. This is a once in a decade movie, the Forrest Gump of the 2010's. Take a bow cast and directional/productional crews. This is as good as it gets. Thank you.

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  • Posted August 2, 2013

    A must see film

    This is an excellent film on the life of President Lincoln and the years of Civil War. Well done, great casting, and it shows the deeply emotional side of a man at a critical time in his life and the life of this country. Academy award winning in my book.

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  • Posted July 6, 2013

    Wonderful movie. 

    Wonderful movie. 

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  • Posted June 21, 2013

    simply spellbinding!

    Lincoln ceased to be a movie and became a time machine transporting the viewer to the civil war era. Daniel Day Lewis became Lincoln with the other actors joining the magical transformation to historical individuals. It was fascinating to see the machinations behind the emancipation proclamation and the complex reasons for its passage.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2013

    OK at home on DVD . . .

    but too long, laborious for the theater.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2013

    A wonderful movie

    This is an exceptional and very moving rendition of Abraham Lincoln's life.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2013

    Check This Out

    I first saw this movie in the theatres. I liked so much that I put on my list to own. I thought it was pretty good.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2013

    For History Buffs

    This is a movie for all American History teachers to show their students history during the time of President Lincoln's term as president.

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  • Posted April 29, 2013

    Highly recommended!! One of the best movies I have ever seen.

    This is an excellent historical movie. The dialogue, the scenery, the acting, the directing, all of it is SUPERB. I was totally engaged from the first scene until the end. It was so breathtaking to have the opportunity to "see" Lincoln's thoughts, his pain about the issues and then his resolution to do the right thing as mandated by our constitution. All of the cast were superb. I recommend this movie for all citizens who want a great view at a true statesman who is also a great family man.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2013

    Magnificent movie with a great cast. Anyone interested in United States history must see it.

    This movie proves that politics over the years hasn't changed much. Daniel Day-Lewis WAS Lincoln. He is a superb actor and while there is a lot more talk than action, I was never bored. Sally Field did a great job as Mary Todd Lincoln, a long-suffering woman with so many losses in her life. Tommy Lee Jones was wonderful to watch, also. Of course, there are no surprises to any student of American history in this movie, but it is very well done.

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  • Posted April 26, 2013

    History at its best.

    Highly recommended..Saw this movie in the theatre and now bought it for us at home...Excellent performance by Daniel Day Lewis and Sally Field..

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2013

    Great film making, high caliber performances.

    There is a reason Daniel Day-Lewis is regarded as one of our best actors. He personifies our collective perception of Abraham Lincoln in a way that broadens our understanding of the man behind the history lessons and what it might be like to actually be in the same room with him. The supporting cast is no less gifted. It is so often that real life is more dramatic and spell-binding that anything a person can imagine. Watching Lincoln is just that, a slice of life that changed everything in a time when so many were resistant to change. Spielberg's signature ability to tell a story with grace and beauty in the face of ugly moments captivates, as usual. Read whatever books you like about Lincoln, but let this be the one film you view on the subject.

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  • Posted April 26, 2013

    A true classic

    Steven Spielberg has tossed aside his razzle-dazzle filmmaking tricks and has given us his most mature and heartfelt movie of his storied career. His LINCOLN is a classic and always will be a classic of American cinema.

    Daniel Day-Lewis does not portray Lincoln, but truly IS our 16th President. At no time do you not believe you are watching an actor, but are watching Abraham Lincoln in the flesh. No actor has ever deserved the Best Actor nod than this performer.

    But excellent performances are not limited to Daniel Day-Lewis. Everyone in the film, from Sally Field (terrific as Mrs. Lincoln), David Strathairn to the smaller parts and even the extras are ALL wonderful.

    LINCOLN is a feast for the eyes and ears (a GREAT literate script by Tony Kushner), showing that great films can still be made in this era of CGI nothingness and franchise films ad nauseam.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 23, 2013

    If you enjoyed Team of Rivals by Doris Kerns Goodwin,then see this movie!

    If you enjoy reading history books & viewing historical movies then this one is for you. It is intelligently written by Tony Kushner, deftly directed by Steven Spielberg. Daniel Day-Lewis deserved the academy award for his role as Lincoln,I don't think anyone else could do it better, as well as Sally Field's embodiment of Mary Lincoln. The supporting cast of David Strathairn as the politically savvy & shrewd lawyer William Seward the cabinet Sec. of State, Bruce McGill as short-tempered but devoted Edwin Stanton the cabinet Sec. of War, Lee Pace as the bellicose & surly Fernando Wood US Rep. of New York were all excellent! Tommy Lee Jones as Thaddeus Stevens,the bilious & pugnacious US Rep. from Pennsylvania was outstanding. Jackie Earle Haley was a spot-on photographic resemblance of CSA's VP Alexander Stephens. I particularly delighted in the performance of James Spader as the gregarious, off-color W. N. Bilbo. I watched this movie four times just to savor the dialogue, appreciate the fine performances & the beautiful cinematography of Janusz Kaminski, but especially the superb even flow from scene to scene in telling this important event in our US history. It was worth the wait since I read about this movie several years ago. Thanks Steven Spielberg!

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 19, 2013

    A Must See Movie!

    An incredible epic of a movie about the life and times of our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln. Daniel Day-Lewis does an exceptional portrayal of Lincoln which won him the Academy Award for best actor. Watching the movie you will believe him to be Abe. Sally Field is exceptional in the role of Mrs. Lincoln. You will be transported back to the time of the Civil War and all the atrocities of war, slavery and finally the freeing of the slaves. It is a must see movie of the year!

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  • Posted April 19, 2013

    Excellent Movie

    I enjoyed watching this at the movies so I had to buy it. It was worth the money and I am sure I will get years of enjoyment out of it. I would highly recommend this movie especially for history buffs.

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    Posted March 31, 2013

     

     

    0 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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