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Reds is the story of the love affair of John Reed and Louise Bryant in a war-torn world and how the Russian Revolution shook their lives.
I had viewed it a long time ago and was initially interested because it begins in Portland Oregon and I had lived there
and loved the city. Read more
It was nice to see this movie again since I saw it in the movies back in early 1982. It is a refreshing alternate to Dr Zhivago which was in the same time frame.Published on March 22 2010 by Robert Gorski
This is a GREAT film -- a magnificient epic and a remarkable acheivement!!
At least a 2-disc set, please -- although that may not happen (for political reasons) unless, or... Read more
EXCERPTED FROM STEVEN TRAVERS' "GOD'S COUNTRY"
The 1920s were a strange time. John Reed's "Ten Days That Shook the World" reached a large audience in the... Read more
There is only one way of watching this film; it has to be watched as if one were reading a novel. What unfolds, however, is a love story told in terms of tense relationships. Read morePublished on April 20 2004 by Glen1975
Of the wide-release, narrative, political films made in the second half of the 20th century, surely "Reds" ranks as one of the best. Read morePublished on March 10 2004 by Michael Raines
This movie has an awful lot of chutzpah, but does not go so far as to try to glamorize communism - at least not as it developed in the early Soviet. Read morePublished on Nov. 4 2003 by Tom Blair
I love this movie more than I can find words to express. It is a spectacular piece of film making. Read morePublished on April 8 2002 by Michael T. Habetz