5 August 2001 | daisy5255
Just doesn't measure up
It seems to me that after the immense success of Gone with the Wind, so many other films were made trying to recapture the magic. So far, not one has come close. I'd like to think that this was a worthy attempt, but it really wasn't. Even die hard GWTW fans are unlikely to enjoy it. Fair acting on Kidder's part, nice scenery, and even some pretty good music (despite repetition of the Dixie Land song) during both scenes in Louisiana and in Paris are the only redeemable aspects of the uneven script and poor acting from supporting characters. I doubt many would have the patience to sit through this one, and if you do it's certainly not rewarding.