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Movie Summary and Review: The Patriot

Roland Emmerich was born in Stuttgart, Germany.He was born on November 10, 1955.Emmerich began his career in Germany.When he was young, he was mainly interested in the arts and later went to film school.While in the director’s program at film school in Munich, his student film, “The Noah’s Ark Principle,” went on to open the 1984 Berlin Film Festival. The feature became a huge success and was sold to more than 20 countries.
Ronald’s latest works include “Godzilla” and “Independence Day” which have both went on to become major blockbusters.He co-wrote both movies as well as directed them.Mr. Emmerich now owns his own production company by the name of Centropolis Film Productions.
The Patriot begins in 1776, in South Carolina.In the north, the war against the Crown has begun.The Americans revolted against the English in order to become free of English rule.The Colonies are searching for volunteers to join the regular army. Benjamin Martin (Mel Gibson), the legendary “Hero of Fort Wilderness” and now a farmer, he does not think that war is the best way to go and worries about the effect the Revolution will have on America.He tells his peers, “This war will be fought not on some distant frontier but among us, among our homes.”His patriotic son, Gabriel (Heath Ledger), does not think that his father is right and joins the Continental army with an enthusiasm for the cause that Martin does not believe to be worth it.
Soon, however, the war moves to a field on the Martin farm. At the end of the battle, Martin is discovered to have helped wounded rebels (as well as injured British soldiers).Because of that, Benjamin’s house is burned to the ground. Gabriel is arrested and taken to be hanged and Martin’s second eldest son, Thomas (Gregory Smith), is killed by the cold-hearted Col. William Tavington (Jason Isaacs).This act of savagery brings Martin into the war with a fury, accep

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