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There were a number of excellent political thrillers in the Sixties, and Seven Days in May is one of the best.
This political thriller, a favorite of President Kennedy, presented a chilling scenario of a military takeover of the United States government.
The movie has minimal action and a lot of dialogue, but the tension is maintained nicely throughout, and the acting is uniformly excellent.
Editing is a bit choppy, but great acting by great actors. The story is as important today as it was when the movie was made.Published 2 days ago by Longtimeuser
A very good movie, when they still knew how to make a good movie. The service was great and the price was fair. I would use them again.Published 1 month ago by michael g.
Cold War domestic politics turn nasty inside the USA as a coup is attempted. What a thriller this was back in the day!Published 2 months ago by R. A. Pennington
You hate to see Burt Lancaster as anything but the hero, but this is a very important role that needed to be played by someone with his charisma. The movie is very well made. Read morePublished 2 months ago by T J Smith
Lancaster is great as the man you love to hate. All of the cast have done a good job of acting.Published 2 months ago by grambeau
research the background of this movie.
In real life, I think there really was a coup on 11/22/63
Very good movie besides all that.