A beautifully photographed but emotionally uninvolving story of the American Revolution, REVOLUTION, instead of concentrating on the conflict's major players, follows the lives of a handful of everyday people. Tom Dobb (Al Pacino) is a Scottish immigrant (and as much of a caricature as
Pacino's Cuban refugee in SCARFACE) driven to fight when his son is captured and tortured by Sgt. Maj. Peasy (Donald Sutherland), a sadistic British officer. Where there is war and suffering in movies, there also is romance; here it comes in the form of Daisy McConnahay (Nastassja Kinski), a
patrician who turns her back on Mom and Dad to take up with the rebels. Naturally, Tom and Da...