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Summary A dramatization of what took place in the White House as John F. Kennedy (Greenwood) learns the news that Cuba has missiles. The film is seen through the eyes of the Chief of Staff (Costner).

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Metascore Generally Favorable Based on 31 Critic Reviews
67
User Score Generally Favorable Based on 30 User Ratings
7.3
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Summary A dramatization of what took place in the White House as John F. Kennedy (Greenwood) learns the news that Cuba has missiles. The film is seen through the eyes of the Chief of Staff (Costner).

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Metascore
Generally Favorable Based on 31 Critic Reviews
67
74% Positive
23 Reviews
19% Mixed
6 Reviews
6% Negative
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Metascore
Generally Favorable Based on 31 Critic Reviews
67
74% Positive
23 Reviews
19% Mixed
6 Reviews
6% Negative
2 Reviews

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User Score
Generally Favorable Based on 30 User Ratings
7.3
73% Positive
22 Ratings
27% Mixed
8 Ratings
0% Negative
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Generally Favorable Based on 30 User Ratings
7.3
73% Positive
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27% Mixed
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0% Negative
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Production Company New Line Cinema, Beacon Communications, Beacon Pictures, Tig Productions
Release Date Dec 25, 2000
Duration 2 h 25 m
Rating PG-13
Tagline You'll Never Believe How Close We Came
Satellite Awards
• 2 Wins & 3 Nominations
Political Film Society, USA
• 1 Win & 2 Nominations
Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards
1 Nomination