Four Days in November

Four Days in November

1964 American documentary film about the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

From more than eight million feet of newsreels, amateur footage, tape-recordings and more, David L. Wolper presents a priceless detailed account of the time and events surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Four Days in November torrent reviews

Gaurav S (fr) wrote: Desi, well done version of Argo anyone?I am adding Shoojit Sircar to the growing list of Indian Directors to watch out for in the next 5 years.Madras Cafe is a fast-paced political thriller that succeeds on so many levels. John Abraham does surprisingly good, he has limitations, and he does well within those. There wasn't much to do for the female leads, but some cameos are really captivating. Madras Cafe is sound bollywood's answer to Chennai Expresses!A good good watch!

David L (br) wrote: Bol is too difficult to watch at times and also too predictable, but it is such a realistic, important and even urgent film that is such a great plea for tolerance and human rights. It is not only superbly acted, but also so well constructed and paced with its very long running time never being felt as it is such a consistently engaging and hard-hitting film. Its importance is evident, its emotion is overwhelming and its power is apparent leading to one of the most underrated foreign films in recent memory.

Polo J (nl) wrote: Corbin Bleu is absolutely gorgeous....

Nicole D (it) wrote: Would be acceptably cool if it was made in 1988 (as the quality may suggest). Mostly crap with a couple of decent surf moments.

Eve C (us) wrote: Oh wow , quel titre ! Gazon Maudit s.v.p. Victoria & Josiane sont tordantes .

Brad P (nl) wrote: Most under-appreciated movie ever! I watched it countless times as a kid.

Chris B (mx) wrote: "Three Outlaw Samurai" looks stunning on it's new Criterion released Blu-ray and is showcasing Hideo Gosha's skill even during his first feature film! The story is simplistic and basic but is conveyed with such depth and beauty, it is far from just a standard samurai flick. The cinematography is beautiful and catches the beautiful backdrops and scenery as well as all the action going on throughout the struggles of the peasants and samurai. The film features detailed and realistic swordplay and is a pleasure to watch for the duration of the film. While the story is basic it is also very witty as well and puts the samurai honor code (Bushido for those of you in the know) on it's rear and challenges many traditional Japanese ideals. A key example is near the end of the film when all the evil samurai have been defeated all the peasants have to do is take the petition to the Lord who is right in front of them, yet no one steps up due to fear. In the end the three outlaw samurai have done great good and stood up for what's right but the peasants they fought for don't appreciate or step up to the plate and essentially made the three's struggle in vain. This realistic and poignant realization is quite unique and really says what the Director wants to say about people and culture.

Darcie P (es) wrote: Still a great movie but this one cant beat the classic.

Steven R (au) wrote: Every now and then, I see a film that makes me feel so good that I just can't stop thinking about it for weeks. I just saw NICK AND NORAH tonight, and I have to say, it's about to join that list of memorable films. First off, there is no plot. The pacing is slow. Think DAZED AND CONFUSED crossed with LOST IN TRANSLATION, and there you have it. That's not a bad thing at all. I prefer the "go with the flow" narrative style. It fits the film perfectly. Also, the acting from the entire cast is amazing. You could say that Michael Cera is simply playing the same role here that he played in JUNO and SUPERBAD. You'd be wrong. He's excellent in the title role, as is Kat Denning's, who plays Nora. The performances are so genuine that you feel as if you're not watching a film half the time. The soundtrack is amazing as well. I am buying the CD. All in all, I loved this film and I highly recommend it. See it as soon as possible, and you will not regret it!