History • PG-13 • 2018 • 1 hr 47 min
Pretty bare boned presentation of the story. Enjoyed enough but wouldn’t rewatch.
Story that was worth telling. It’s not perfect in the execution but it’s worth a watch
Good film. Important story. It's the cast that damn near makes it a 4☆ film. All are excellent. Bruce Dern sent chills down my spine.
Not a lot of style. But a solid straight forward telling of a historic controversy. All performances are strong as well
In my opinion it seems like a pretty fair and non-glamorous telling of the history behind the scandal.
If you want to learn the basics of the story without inclusion of theories/speculation it's your best bet. Well done overall!
I was afraid of how boring this would be but the acting is great, it’s really well filmed, and put together
Well acted and mostly beautifully shot telling of a shameful event. The supporting cast does well in spite of Ed Helms being included.
Bruce Dern's performance as Kennedy Sr. is both hilarious and terrifying.
Definitely worth a watch, fascinating look into a scandal many probably aren’t as familiar with
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