7 Days in Entebbe


Crime / Drama / History / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 25%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 43%
IMDb Rating 5.7 10 3431


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Rosamund Pike as Brigitte Kuhlmann
Daniel Brühl as Wilfried Böse
Eddie Marsan as Shimon Peres
Nonso Anozie as Idi Amin
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915.41 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 47 min
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1hr 47 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Stephen 1 / 10

Action Mixed With Interpretive Dance Scenes - Fail

It's not easy to follow this story because it's intercut with ever more interpretive dance scenes. The final actions scene must have been one of the worst cut and most pretentious action I've ever seen. There have been many movies imitating The Godfather's intercutting of violence with other rituals of society, but this movie takes the care. I've rarely seen anything this ridiculous.

Reviewed by martin-zalcman 8 / 10

An interesting watch

I gotta say, i cant give any credence to these 1/10 reviews that say this movie is biased against israel or that it sympathises with the terrorists. I thought israel and it's officials/soldiers were depicted in as fair a light as anyone can ask for. As for (some) of the terrorists, yes the movie shows their human side, but rightly so. It seems some of these guys didnt want things to escalate the way they did. And its only fair to show that in the movie. All in all i felt like things were shown in a decently objective way. Not too crazy about the interpretive dancing bits tho.

Reviewed by jbaird-69485 5 / 10

I don't know how you wreck a story this good.

Should have been good...but it wasn't. As a 15 yr old I was early in my social consciousness when this hijacking took place. I remember the concern and the tension felt even here in the US over the fate of the hostages and the jubilation I felt when they were rescued. The real life events had it all...the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, a bold hijacking, a daring and unlikely rescue, even the flamboyantly dangerous Idi Amin! All elements for really good cinema but it didn't work in this case. A lot of effort was spent on humanizing the hijackers/terrorists but little on the humanizing of the hostages. Yes we all know that terrorists are fighting for a cause. It's their methods that are so objectionable. They kill innocent people to make their point, which is never justified; I don't want to identify with them. The artsy odd dance routine was excellent and interesting. Unfortunately, it added nothing to the story, it just distracted from the human drama. The movie was poorly done enough that it became a welcome distraction toward the end.

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