I’ve done a bit of a look back at Oliver Stone’s JFK for the good people at Flick Feast:
Judged purely on its merits as a Hollywood movie, Oliver Stone’s epic political drama JFK is an outstanding piece of work. As an historical reference point and a depiction of a pivotal moment in American history, it’s sketchy at best. Set aside the fact that JFK is based on real life events for a second and you have a sprawling yet engaging narrative that takes in a broad range of characters and mixes them up in scandal, intrigue, murder and a conspiracy that goes right the way to the top. It’s political drama on the grandest possible scale.
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