Killing Kennedy


Action / Drama / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 56%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 91%
IMDb Rating 6 10 3092


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Ginnifer Goodwin as Jacqueline Kennedy
Michelle Trachtenberg as Marina Oswald
Rob Lowe as John F. Kennedy
Casey Siemaszko as Jack Ruby
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666.69 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 27 min
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1hr 27 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by The Couchpotatoes 6 / 10

Saw better, saw worse

I read a lot of reviews about this story being the truth or not and honestly it doesn't matter because you will never know what really happened. To me Killing Kennedy isn't a bad movie even though there are better movies made about this subject. But giving the movie such low ratings sometimes is just ridiculous. I wonder if those people that rate it with one star watch a lot of movies? Because there are thousands worse movies than Killing Kennedy. To me it could have been better if they had another cast. Rob Lowe isn't a brilliant actor and he will never be. He's just average. Will Rothhaar as Lee Harvey Oswald did a better job as well as his wife. The story is easy to follow, also because almost everybody on this planet knows the story. You know what will happen so there are no elements of surprises or so. All in all the movie is worth a watch, even if you have another conspiracy theory.

Reviewed by Desertman84 8 / 10

There Is No Conspiracy But Watch It For Rob Lowe's Acting Alone

Killing Kennedy is a TV movie based on the book written by FOX analyst Bill O' Reilly that tells the story of the late President John F. Kennedy particularly his assassination and that of his alleged killer,Lee Harvey Oswald. The screenplay tells a parallel story about Kennedy and Oswald from the 1960 US Presidential elections until that fateful day of November 22,1963 when the President was assassinated at Dallas,Texas.Rob Lowe stars as the United States President John F. Kennedy together with Will Rothhaar,who portrays Oswald,Ginnifer Goodwin and Michelle Trachtenberg.

The TV movie starts with John F.Kennedy preparing for his speech to announce his candidacy for President.He belongs a prominent family that has great plans for the male children.As for the other story,we get to see a young 20-year-old Lee Harvey Oswald renounce his US citizenship at the US embassy.He becomes disillusioned as a Marine and turned into becoming a Marxist. The story goes to show how both Kennedy and Oswald progress with the former from being a presidential candidate into being elected into the White House and the latter from being a member of the US marine into becoming a Marxist that started working as a Russian spy.It concludes with that fateful day in November when Oswald performed the assassination and when he was later shot by Jack Ruby three days later.

Conspiracy theorists will definitely be disappointed since it is not the same as Oliver Stone's 1991 movie JFK as it shows Oswald being alone and definitely guilty in shooting Kennedy within three shots.There will be no additional knowledge about conspiracy for it just portrays what history has always thought Americans about what happened on that day as Oswald as the lone gunman.As far as the other parts of the story is concerned,it is definitely too short being a 95-minute film.

If there is one reason to see it, I would suggest that the viewer will be treated to great acting particularly from Rob Lowe,who provided a spectacular performance as President Kennedy himself. That alone is enough to provide pure delight and entertainment.

Reviewed by rbrb 8 / 10

Killing.....the Conspiracy Theories....

Surprisingly good and gripping account of the dramatic events leading up to and surrounding the assassination of Kennedy. Excellent the way actual footage and news reels are interwoven into the whole film. The picture examines in a parallel type format the lives and wives of the main participants in this real life though fictionalized drama.

Virtually all the characters in the movie are portrayed with uncanny accuracy.

I got the distinct impression that most of what was being shown was a brave attempt to outline events as they actually happened; despite the years and years of allegations of a 2nd shooter, conspiracy theories etc., etc.

Kennedy is shown as a decent and charismatic individual. Oswald is rightly shown to be grossly mentally disturbed, though ironically he steals the movie. Congratulations to the Nat Geo Channel for a fine production!


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