What attracted me to The Last Confederate: The Story of Robert Adams was that it is set in Richland County, SC, where I lived and worked. The title character is actually played by a descendant. So far so good.
The acting is uninspired and the plot jumps back-and-forth in time, As a result, it is hard to follow the thread of the story. There is a touch of revisionism in the longing for the Old South, which I suppose one would have if one's ancestors were white and well-off.
My wife and I met, married, and lived in Virginia for a time. We visited the New Market Battlefield Park and saw their movie.
This one is better, with an excellent cast. However it showed the revisionism all-too-common these days, The cadets and others are shown being opposed to slavery, but fighting anyway to "protect their homes".
Virginia was the last state to secede, and the anti-slavery sentiment was to the west of Lexington, VA, in what became West Virginia. I shake my head when Confederate characters talk about defending their country. They had one, but left it! And then they wonder what all the fuss is about!
Full disclosure: my ancestors arrived after the Civil War, and I was born in Pennsylvania.