‘Parkland’ struggles to find an audience

They’re staying away in droves from Tom Hanks’s sad, sad movie.

The question is why?

Richard Proctor of JustPressPlay says the film brings nothing new to the story.

In his review for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Joe Williams says “Parkland” ignores the evidence.

I haven’t seen the movie yet because I’m traveling and staying in a small town where the movie hasn’t opened yet.

One comment

  1. S.R. "Dusty" Rohde says:

    Personally, I never had any intention of watching a movie that simply rehash’s the Warren Commission sell out. What’s the point? If this is the case, the movie is not factual based and really just serves as rehashed propaganda. America had it’s fill of that debacle before it was even concluded, meaning the Warren Commission Report. Remembering back, I don’t recall anyone that was outspoken who agreed with the Warren Report. The people I heard discuss it felt it was a scam, a cover-up or a joke before it was completed. That and there was sort of an enormous blanket of disappointment in our Government, which only grew stronger with the advent of the Vietnam War. There was a sense of betrayal, on both counts….so I am not surprised the movie is not doing well. Most Americans are not going to accept the misinformation put out by the WC or a movie carrying on in their footsteps. Americans want the truth, and they want facts, not dogma.

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