Dramatisation of the Cuban Missile Crisis, the nuclear standoff with the USSR sparked by the discovery by the Americans of missle bases established on the Soviet allied island of Cuba. Shown from the perspective of the US President, John F Kennedy, his staff and advisors.
- Category:Thriller, History, Drama
- Stars:Shawn Driscoll, Kevin Costner, Drake Cook, Lucinda Jenney, Caitlin Wachs, Jon Foster, Matthew Dunn, Kevin O'Donnell, Janet Coleman, Bruce Thomas, Stephanie Romanov, Bruce Greenwood, Frank Wood, Dakin Matthews, Liz Sinclair,
- Director:Roger Donaldson,
- Writer:David Self, Ernest R. May (book), Philip D. Zelikow (book)
For thirteen extraordinary days in October of 1962, the world stood on the brink of an unthinkable catastrophe. It's when the Kennedy administration struggles to contain the Cuban Missile Crisis in October 1962. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Thirteen Days torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: This film is full of horrendous cgi and very,very, very horrible acting by the cast. Two of them worse than the others.
(it) wrote: I Loved this Movie. Loved it.
(es) wrote: Solid, well-made historical drama, a tad dry.
(it) wrote: (***): Thumbs Up Interesting and charming.
(br) wrote: very enjoyable, and more than a little breathtaking!
(it) wrote: The slowest out of the trilogy, this one's more of a character study, but it's a fitting ending.
(gb) wrote: The emotional and terrible struggle these women went through so that Women could vote in America! And to think that today in 2009 some women stll do not vote. Watch this movie and see just what we had to endour to be "equal".
(gb) wrote: Funny English comedy
(br) wrote: I love these films, she was brilliant
(jp) wrote: a different John Wayne movie. terrific.
(es) wrote: This film is a faithful family movie that could be watched for many years to come. The strong bond these two build during their short but unforgettable friendship is such a strong emotional asset. The entire film really makes you think about the persons that you love. Complete film for the entire family.
(ru) wrote: Everyone should see this if just for the good lessons it teaches the youth and the good acting (given what the actors where up against which was bad directing), however I can see why it tanked at the box office. Its a bummer since this is one of my favorite books. The number one problem the film has is that it gives away the reason for Ember in the first seconds of the movie. The mystery and awe the reader of the book has as to what this city is all about is immediately lost. Next, its too choppy and things are glossed over in an attempt to add a lot in a short period of time. This movie would benefit from being longer to better explain things. I'd prefer a 2 hour slowed down version. Lastly but very important, what the heck is up with the giant insects. That is a totally unnecessary deviation from the book and kind of dumb.
(nl) wrote: different movie kept me interrested throughout