Gone With The Wind

1939 • 233 minutes
4.7
1.63K reviews
90%
Tomatometer
G
Rating
Eligible
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Now completely remastered, revisit Margaret Mitchell's epic American classic, winner of 10 Academy Awards! On the eve of the American Civil War, rich, beautiful and self-centered Scarlett O'Hara has everything she could want - except the handsome Ashley Wilkes. When war devastates the South, Scarlett must concern herself with more important things than girlhood love. As the nation and the world changes around her, Scarlet finds an adult tenacity that carries her through all obstacles, still in pursuit of what she wants - the man that got away. Sparks fly along the way as the wily Rhett Butler comes in and out of her life - the only man she has met who is a match for her strong will. Only after Rhett walks out on her does Scarlett realize what she has lost... and decides to win him back. Starring Oscar-winners Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Olivia de Havilland, Thomas Mitchell, and Oscar-nominated Leslie Howard. Ranked as the #2 Greatest Love Story of all time by AFI. MPAA Rating: G ™ Turner Entertainment Co. & The Stephens Mitchell Trusts. © Turner Entertainment Co.
Rating
G
4.7
1.63K reviews
Samuel B.
December 28, 2014
This movie just blew me away I'm 14 and it kept my interest the whole way. It is long though so I watched 2 hours and 20 minutes one day and 1 hour and 40 minutes the next but the length is the only problem and any film buff should see it.
Anthony Poulsen
December 31, 2017
Some people say that Gone with the Wind rejected factual "Racism" and portrayed the "North" as the bad guys which is completely wrong. The movie was never about slavery favoritism. "Gone with the Wind" meant the change of lifestyle from before the Civil War to during and after the war. Yes slavery was a part of that "change" but more was about how the North necessarily but violently and savagely ripped through the South. The movie was about a girl trying to restore her family home, not trying to bash the North. Moreover not in any why do I agree with slavery. I just don't like the people who try to turn every American classic to somehow being a "racist" or "sexist" portrayal. If a movie takes place during 1850`s America in the South the use of the N word is not uncommon. I'm not saying that that word is appropriate in any way, I'm saying if you want to make a FACTUAL and CORRECT portrayal then the word is not racist. It's historical.
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tabitha howard
August 19, 2016
when i was two years old, when my grandma was alive told my mom to see if i would watch the movie. i sat there watched it even with the commericals in 1989 and my grandma because of how much i loved my scarlett and her man rhett i got her figurens when i was 15 years old. still have them to this day. iam going to be 30 next year and i love that movie but tomorrow is another day.......... thank u thank u ...