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“Iconic and timeless”: rated 4.3 out of 5, this is Kevin Costner’s best film

“Iconic and timeless”: rated 4.3 out of 5, this is Kevin Costner’s best film

69-year-old Kevin Costner gave us the first part of the Horizon saga, which was released in theaters on July 3. 20 years after Open Range, the artist returned to directing with a very ambitious mural spanning a total of 4 films. The second part will be released in theaters on September 11.

In the meantime, AlloCiné invites you to find the best movie of Kevin Costner’s career, according to viewers. You have to go back 33 years to find it.

What is the best Kevin Costner movie?

Rated 4.3 out of 5 (37,162 average ratings), Dances with Wolves is Kevin Costner’s best feature film! Released in France in February 1991, the film won 7 Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director for Costner.

The story introduces us to the young lieutenant John Dunbar; The latter was sent to a reconnaissance post on the great plains of Dakota during the Civil War. During one of his reconnaissance missions, he met the Sioux people.

The lieutenant is friendly to the people of India. He even manages to join the tribe, to the point where he is nicknamed “Dances with Wolves” and falls in love with one of them, a white woman named “Fist Dressed”.

They liked it

Chrischambers86 (5/5): “For a first film, Kevin Costner has achieved a remarkable feat here. A huge Western, one of the most beautiful in cinema, with an unforgettable score by John Barry.”

Shepard69 (5/5): “A profoundly humanistic work, certainly one of the most beautiful westerns I know, with its opulent settings, its stunning photography. Seven Oscars are well deserved. A masterpiece laced with a powerful message of tolerance.”

Grégoire S. (5/5): “Iconic and timeless, ‘Dances with Wolves’ is one of those films of incredible beauty, both for the eyes and the heart. Kevin Costner is magnificent in front of and behind the camera, giving us a magnificent and touching story.”

They didn’t like it

Schmiffmuff (1/5): “According to Kevin Costner, lyricism and poetry don’t concern me at all. Only the scenery is worth it in this very long story.”

Teddy (1/5): “Kevin Costner rediscovers the magic of the outside world in this excruciatingly boring and endlessly long Western.

Lotorsky (1/5): “I think Kevin Costner would probably be better off staying in front of the camera than behind it. So much length and redundancy! And not an ounce of originality! I was bored from start to finish.”

Source: Allocine

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