You think you’ve seen every World War II story worth telling, but then 13 Minutes reinvigorates the genre.
This is the true story of a little-known attempt on Hitler’s life on 9th November 1939. 161 more words
As the seemingly interminable sequence of adverts began, I was aware of being almost alone in the cinema. Apart from myself and a friend, there were only three or four others settling into their plush theatre seats. 501 more words
Words By: Jack Dawson
In a lot of ways 13 Minutes has very little opportunity to surprise its audience. This story about a man named Georg Elser who missed out on killing Hitler by 13 Minutes is a real life story, which means he obviously didn’t succeed, he obviously suffers a great deal of pain and unpleasantness throughout the film, and Elser is obviously in the right for doing what he did. 818 more words