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Being in the midst of award season, movie names are heard everywhere. One title that is among the most common is Steven Spielbergâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lincoln. This cast received Screen Actorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Guild Awards for Best Actor in leading and in supporting roles, along with a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture. Lincoln is a historical nonĂ&#x20AC;ction Ă&#x20AC;lm about the 1th president of the United States. Spielberg Ă&#x20AC;lled it with emotion, entertainment, and education. In addition to the awards it has already won, Lincoln is nominated for 12 Academy Awards including Best Picture. The story starts out in the midst of a battle between Union and Confederate soldiers. After the battle has Ă&#x20AC;nished two white soldiers approach president Lincoln (David Day-Lewis) and try to recite the Gettysburg address; they failed to complete it. However, an African American soldier steps up once they leave and recites the entire thing. The movie takes place in 15 and follows Lincoln and those around him as he tries to pass the 13th amendment, which would make slavery unconstitutional. While everyone near him is

skeptical of his plans he eventually convinces Secretary of State William Seward (David Strathairn), that the amendment is the best thing for the country and from that they convince enough house representatives to pass it. Among other awards, three actors received Oscar nominations for their work in this movie. The Ă&#x20AC;rst was Daniel Day-Lewis who played President Lincoln. This nomination is much deserved. Lewis managed to convey Lincoln as the powerful historical Ă&#x20AC;gure that he was, while at the same time creating a friendly and relatable character. Tommy Lee Jones as powerful Republican congressman Thaddeus Stevens, and Sally Field as Mary Todd Lincoln both performed phenomenally and brought a much more personal and emotional level to the Ă&#x20AC;lm. This movie really had it all. It was an accurate historical representation of the events at this time, but also managed to entertain in a way that nonĂ&#x20AC;ction generally doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t accomplish. Spielberg decided to include scenes that captured Lincolnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s family life as well as his political life which really brought emotion into play. The scene where Lincoln and his oldest son argue about Robert joining the army shows a dynamic that most

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viewers experience within their own families, but is not commonly showed in historical representations. At two and a half hours, this movie can seem rather long, but every scene packs a punch which makes it easier to sit through. Watching this movie gives the viewer a sense of empowerment. It shows that dreams are always within reach. Lincoln shows people of every shape and size Ă&#x20AC;ghting for what they think is right. The MPAA rating on this Ă&#x20AC;lm is

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Photo Credit: Laura Slade The snowy bench in the dugout, absent of baseball and softball players, represents the harsh reality of the season so far, even though the teams began Spring Training in mid-March. When the teams are able to play more regularly outside of hard-to-acquire dome space, rescheduled games will pack their schedules with up to seven games a week.

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