13 Hours


Action / Drama / History / Thriller / War

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 51%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 86%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 82055


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May 26, 2016 at 09:46 PM



John Krasinski as Jack Silva
Max Martini as Mark 'Oz' Geist
Toby Stephens as Glen 'Bub' Doherty
Pablo Schreiber as Kris 'Tanto' Paronto
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2hr 24 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jrjohnson-61258 10 / 10

A Powerful film depicting true events, an embarrassment and tragedy which could have been avoided.

Michael Bay did a masterful job of capturing the attacks on the U.S. compounds and the gallant efforts to save the ambassador and the other U.S. staff. He did an equally great job of showing career bureaucrats at work.

It's too bad the film didn't include scenes showing the president being briefed on the attack and then going to bed in order to get some rest before his fund-raiser in Las Vegas. It would have been powerful to contrast what was happening in Benghazi and the presidents actions while the attack was still taking place.

What's truly sad is how these people were abandoned by the politicians. It's also sad to think the late Ambassador Stevens had made 600 plus requests to Hillary Clinton for additional security, all ignored.

Reviewed by dlevans-52743 9 / 10

Intense movie, that raises almost as many questions as the answers that it provides.

I found this movie to be very intense and riveting. The audience seemed to have a need to make an unusual number of trips to the snack bar and rest room and I found myself becoming frustrated by the number of interruptions. The movie is not for the faint of heart, as there are a number of scenes with graphic depiction of injuries. Regardless of your political affiliation, if you have any thoughts about what happened at Benghazi, you need to see this movie. Michael Bay does a great job of portraying what happened. Additionally, with the exception of one individual who s portrayed as not wanting to take action, he does not take the obvious opportunity to lay blame at any single individual in the US government. He clearly portrays a small group of men as heroes. Without their courage and willingness to fight against what appears to be an overwhelming force many more lives would have been lost. I do not often see movies twice, but this movie is likely to be an exception... In closing, if Michael Bay is 90% accurate in his depiction of what happened, our government (the US government), owes a huge debt of gratitude and an apology for their lack of action to 6 very brave men.

Reviewed by culebrapeak 9 / 10

True Heroes

The overall experience of the World Premiere was incredible, but this Movie in any venue would be worth the price of admission.

Like most, I've seen hoards of "Action Movies", but the compressed time line and episodic nature of this one puts you into a pressure cooker that leaves you drained at the end. Probably more firepower per minute than in any true life account ever shown on the Big Screen.

In the final moments, though, you realize just how much these men lost. Few if any other team of six would have survived such relentless and massive assaults. But more than anything, it will force you to ask yourself why our government literally left these men and the people they saved, to die.

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