ByTino Jochimsen, writer at Creators.co
The bald minority at Moviepilot.
Tino Jochimsen

As November 22nd marks the 50th anniversary of John F, Kennedy's death, Warner Bros. is planning to theatrically re-release 's controversial JFK in New York, Los Angeles, and DC, where it will run from November 6th to November 14th.

The conspiracy thriller, which won much-deserved Oscars for cinematography and editing, was heatedly discussed upon its 1991 release - but also made more than satisfying amounts of money (over $200 million globally).

To get into the mood, we brazenly stole a great idea from indieWIRE's The Playlist and assembled 7 scenes of the modern classic for your pleasure.

Below, you'll also find a rather bittersweet blast from the past: a vintage Siskel & Ebert review of the movie. Enjoy!

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