Legends of The Fall - Awards and Reception

Awards and Reception

The film opened in limited release on December 23, 1994 and made $14 million in its first weekend in wide release a month later. It went on to have a final box office total of $66 million. It is often cited as the film which cemented Brad Pitt's status as a leading actor.

The film was nominated for three Academy Awards and won for best cinematography John Toll. The film was even more successful at the Golden Globes, where it was nominated for Best Picture (Drama), Best Actor (Drama), and Best Director. The film has a 63% positive review from critics on Rotten Tomatoes (although the "Top Critics" rating, based on the reviews of critics from major publications, is only 44% positive). Roger Ebert describes it as "pretty good ... with full-blooded performances and heartfelt melodrama." On the other hand, Rita Kempley of the Washington Post says "...the yarn doesn't so much sweep as sprawl across the screen in all its panoramic idiocy."

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