Dad of Divas' Reviews: Blu-ray Review - JFK - A New World Order

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Blu-ray Review - JFK - A New World Order

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JFK - A New World Order

About the Movie

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To commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the assassination of former president John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Mill Creek Entertainment is releasing an exclusive, historical documentary - JFK - A New World Orde . This brand new eight - part commemorative documentary series, which also contains over three hours of bonus content, is available as a BD+DVD combo for $14.98 MSRP.

Insightful and comprehensive, this documentary series is an in-depth chronicle of John F. Kennedy’s life from barely surviving birth to the years leading up to his decision to enter politics to the tragic events in Dallas on November 22, 1963 to the legacy he created. Journey through the pivotal moments that created one of America s most beloved, influential and controversial figures through interviews with historians and archival footage that commemorate the man and the myth that is John F. Kennedy.

“This documentary was created to honor John F. Kennedy, his life and legacy. We recognize that their was a void in available content about JFK’s entire life, and are proud to release one of the most in depth-documentaries available about our 35th president,” says Jeff Hayne, Vice President Content Acquisitions for Mill Creek Entertainment.

My Take on the Movie
I have always been intrigued by JFK, not only for what he did as President, but the youth and national excitement that he brought to the office of the Presidency as well. I knew that there were some taints on his Presidency as well, but had not researched this much as of yet. This Blu-ray was great for me because it shares a tone of great insight into JFK as President. You get a view of JFK that someone from the outside normally would not have.  One downide to the documentary is that there is not too much information shared about JFK in the pre-presidential years. I was also a bit durprised that there were not more people interviewed with first-hand knowledge, as there were only a few interviews in the whole Blu-ray and these were not individuals with first-hand experience with JFK. Overall though the documentary was comprehensive and I enjoyed getting to learn more about JFK as President. People who know a lot about JFK may know a lot that is shared here, but for a generation removed form this President and beyond this documentary will stand the test of time as a great resource for getting to know this President!

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