Killing Kennedy

2013

Action / Drama / Thriller

6
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 56%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 91%
IMDb Rating 6 10 2985

Synopsis


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Cast

Ginnifer Goodwin as Jacqueline Kennedy
Michelle Trachtenberg as Marina Oswald
Rob Lowe as John F. Kennedy
Casey Siemaszko as Jack Ruby
720p 1080p
666.69 MB
1280*720
English
Unrated
23.976 fps
1hr 27 min
P/S 4 / 9
1.37 GB
1920*1080
English
Unrated
23.976 fps
1hr 27 min
P/S 3 / 11

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by christopher-nelson-846-41487 1 / 10

The most atrocious piece of cinema that has ever been created!!!

Ask yourself! Why is arguably the most significant historical event in the past 50 years in this country, and one that has been discussed and debated at such incredible length... being portrayed with so much NON- FACTUAL editorial tripe? Is it to present a completely objective view of this event, or is it propaganda?

Only one possible answer: propaganda fluff! The people behind the creation and production of this movie are clearly also in some way involved in the death of JFK. They have enough money to produce a pseudo-historical account of these events, that 100 years from now people will assume is true. This is the only reason anyone would try to paint such a skewed picture of such a widely disputed historical event. There is not an ounce of an attempt to suggest there are any problems with the lone gunman, or any analysis of any of the suspicious activities surrounding the JFK assassination, as well as its timing.

This is, in my opinion, the largest pile of Hollywood crap ever produced!

SOOOOO many unsubstantiated opinions are presented in this movie, it makes it almost unbearable to watch. Oswald is portrayed, a priori, as an unstable, unpatriotic lunatic, while Jack Ruby is portrayed as some philanthropic hero, who is simply too good of a human being to allow Oswald to live! No mention of Ruby's mob ties or other shady connections.

The people who created this movie are the enemy of every human alive today, and all those who would hope to follow us!

Reviewed by evening1 3 / 10

Oswald's story the more compelling

As much as I enjoy Bill O'Reilly as a TV host, this film suggests he's spread himself too thin. He can't do TV and also do good history.

O'Reilly's previous TV film for the National Geographic Channel wasn't great either, but "Killing Lincoln" was far superior to this scatter-shot pastiche.

I've seen Rob Lowe, who plays President Kennedy with an on-again, off-again Bahston accent, perform far better in other roles, most memorably as accused wife killer Drew Peterson. It's possibly the script's fault, but here's he's drab, uninteresting, and unconvincing.

As Jacqueline Kennedy, Ginnifer Goodwin doesn't fare much better -- she's dull and saccharine -- ever supportive of her husband despite signs he's cheating on her.

Portrayed much more compellingly are Lee Harvey Oswald (Will Rothhaar) and his wife, Marina (Michelle Trachtenberg). Rothhaar is quite believable as a violent, jobless drifter with an ax to grind against his homeland. Ms. Trachtenberg, who in real life speaks fluent Russian, is compelling as the Soviet-born wife who sees through "Alix's" self-aggrandizing blather, and might have changed history had Oswald not been a wife-beater.

This film is useful for fleshing out the angry obsessiveness of Oswald. I previously had not realized he had tried to kill a general and that he murdered a patrol cop just after the assassination.

This film's greatest weakness is its lack of attention to other theories about why Kennedy was killed. Some effort should have been made to address the controversy and questions that have persisted for decades.

O'Reilly, many are saying this is Warren Commission spin!

Reviewed by evening1 3 / 10

A couple good performances but overall, pretty lame

As much as I enjoy Bill O'Reilly as a TV host, this film suggests he's spread himself too thin. He can't do TV and also do good history.

O'Reilly's previous TV film for the National Geographic Channel wasn't great either, but "Killing Lincoln" was far superior to this scatter-shot pastiche.

I've seen Rob Lowe, who plays President Kennedy with an on-again, off-again Bahston accent, perform far better in other roles, most memorably as accused wife killer Drew Peterson. It's possibly the script's fault, but here's he's drab, uninteresting, and unconvincing.

As Jacqueline Kennedy, Ginnifer Goodwin doesn't fare much better -- she's dull and saccharine -- ever supportive of her husband despite signs he's cheating on her.

Portrayed much more compellingly are Lee Harvey Oswald (Will Rothhaar) and his wife, Marina (Michelle Trachtenberg). Rothhaar is quite believable as a violent, jobless drifter with an ax to grind against his homeland. Ms. Trachtenberg, who in real life speaks fluent Russian, is compelling as the Soviet-born wife who sees through "Alix's" self-aggrandizing blather, and might have changed history had Oswald not been a wife-beater.

This film is useful for fleshing out the angry obsessiveness of Oswald. I previously had not realized he had tried to kill a general and that he murdered a patrol cop just after the assassination.

This film's greatest weakness is its lack of attention to other theories about why Kennedy was killed. Some effort should have been made to address the controversy and questions that have persisted for decades.

O'Reilly, many are saying this is Warren Commission spin!

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