Review: Thirteen Days (2000)

The movie, Thirteen Days (2000), is a great movie. Thirteen Days is a movie about The Cuban Missile Crisis. The movie follows President John F. Kennedy, his Chief-of-Staff, and the other members of his political team as they struggle to end The Cuban Missile Crisis. The movie is heavily political. However, I did not mind it. In fact, that is the reason why I liked this movie. The film shows you what happens behind-the-scenes when a political crisis happens.

This is a good movie to watch in this current political climate. There is a lot going on in Washington right now. There is a lot going on in our own towns because of the Coronavirus pandemic. This movie shows you what types of things that the men-in-charge are doing during this difficult time period.

If you do not like political movies, then, I think you should not watch this film. There are some people who might say that the film moves too slowly. However, I did not think that about this movie.

I like the pace of the movie. I like the acting in the movie. I also like the dialogue in the movie. I give the movie a 9/10 rating.

Luca Lane

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