13 Minutes
13 Minutes (2021)

The day starts out as usual for residents in the small Heartland town of Minninnewah. It's springtime and big storms are just part of life. Nothing to get worked up about... until they are. Inhabitants will have just 13 Minutes to get… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Genre: Drama
Release Date: October 29, 2021
DVD Release Date: November 19, 2021
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Critic Score: 24% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Alisha Mughal
Globe and Mail

Insofar as its saccharine, Lifetime-movie-esque depiction of the bigness of small-town lives, 13 Minutes works. But as a disaster movie, it fails.

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Leslie Felperin
Guardian

The production values are a bit too pedestrian to elevate this much above the ordinary.

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Grace Culhane
Willamette Week

The film follows in the grand tradition of clunky ensemble flicks that are totally devoid of substance. The only difference here is that most of those movies are lighthearted and actually fun to watch. 13 Minutes isn't fun, nor is it meant to be.

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Frank Scheck
Hollywood Reporter

This effort will satisfy neither those looking for sensitive, character-driven drama nor disaster movie fans, the latter of whom will be disappointed by the relative lack of cinematic mayhem.

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Rich Cross
Starburst

What's odd about the film's finale is the lack of interest that it has in the themes of redemption or renewal.

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Debbie Lynn Elias
Behind The Lens

An intense and personal character study not only of individuals but of them collectively and as a community, as a town; a slice of life in Anytown, USA. Powerful. Heartbreaking. Hopeful.

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Rex Reed
Observer

Written and directed with an overload of talent by Lindsay Gossling, it rarely falters and leaves a viewer grateful for a whirlwind of character-driven suspense and humanity instead of the usual Hollywood cliches.

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Glenn Dunks
Glenn Dunks

If Gossling was trying to say something about diversity in the mid-west as I suspect she was, the cringey dialogue needed to be far less on the nose and her characters not as frustratingly silly.

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Todd Jorgenson
Cinemalogue

Shallow redneck stereotypes undermine the intended message of healing and humanity in the face of tragedy.

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