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I never would have imagined going to a movie like this, when studying history. The movie followed
the history of the US during this time period. I like the period costumes, and scenery. They made Mary Todd too nice. She really lost it when her son died, however, in
the movie, she kept her composure quite well. The train scene was really quite unbelievable.
They could have ran with the story more with the assassination of Lincoln, by having some vampire (John Wilkes Booth) seeking revenge on the president, and then having a religious zealot shoot Booth, as happened in real life to end the vampire's reign. They closed the story a little too soon. It was well acted with some rather unknown actors. It was good entertainment with a new twist on American History.
The majority of the movie was good. The ending was more of a let-down, rather than a moment of
"happiness" for Daniel Day. He went above and beyond to bring the ghost and her child back together. Perhaps this is what the author intended. I'd rather have seen a happier ending. What happened to the dog? Is the village still going to be tormented like before? Is the house just going to sit there un-attended? Too many loose ends. Let's quit ending movies like this. Let's have some closure. I know life sucks and then you die. The movie is entertaining, scary, mysterious, but let's end it on a more positive note.
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
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