The Finest Hours Review - AVClub

AVClub: The past couple of decades have seen the appearance of so many gigantic CG waves in big-budget movies that they almost qualify as stock henchmen, popping up as bonus disaster-porn footage in movies that don’t actually take place in the ocean or even on a shoreline. The Finest Hours, though, does take place almost entirely in the ocean and on a shoreline. Telling the true story of a 1952 Coast Guard rescue, it justifies its wave after wave of well-rendered CG water, bearing down relentlessly on the film’s heroes.

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neoragex1119d ago

Cheesy rescue movie. Casey Affleck is way better than Chris Pine though. Pine is America's hot bland dude.