Thirteen Days Reviews

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March 22, 2002
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April 16, 2001
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January 12, 2001
Thirteen Days is a good movie about a profound moment in world history.
January 12, 2001
Who would've thought this nearly 40-year-old piece of history could be turned into such a riveting motion picture?
January 12, 2001
Thirteen Days is more suspenseful than the car crashes and breathless chases of most run-of-the-mill action movies.
January 12, 2001
Suspenseful, well-crafted.
January 12, 2001
Shrewd and tender in equal measure, Thirteen Days is an insider drama par excellence.
January 12, 2001
Though the outcome is a foregone conclusion, this movie still delivers a thrilling ride.
January 12, 2001
I call the movie a thriller, even though the outcome is known, because it plays like one.
January 12, 2001
People will be watching Thirteen Days long after journalism's junkyard dogs have gone snapping after other prey.
January 12, 2001
Thirteen Days sustains a pretty good boil for a movie that's basically a series of scenes of middle-aged white guys shouting at each other.
January 11, 2001
It's a slick, efficient thriller that keeps driving forward lucidly and relentlessly.
January 11, 2001
Thirteen Days will make you shudder, but only in ways the filmmakers intended.
January 11, 2001
Director Roger Donaldson's taut, understated thriller pulls you into a powerfully engaging situation.
January 11, 2001
It's never as fully engaging as you might hope.
December 25, 2000
A competent, by-the-numbers recreation of the events.
December 25, 2000
Efficient and low-key, Thirteen Days takes itself just seriously enough while maintaining a powerful dramatic momentum.
December 25, 2000
Wins an undeservedly high interest level because of what it covers, not how well it covers it.
December 22, 2000
Easily the best film Donaldson has ever made.
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