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Médiafilm

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Dans sa volonté de célébrer trois héros ordinaires, le réalisateur de Sully a eu l'idée de leur confier leur propre rôle. Hélas! Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos et Spencer Stone n'ont ni charisme ni aisance devant la caméra. 

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Rolling Stone

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Story about three Americans who stop a terrorist attack features actual participants, a whole lot of summer-vacation home movies.

Peter Travers Lire la critique complète

Cinema Blend

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Sadly, The 15:17 to Paris is an all-time career low for Clint Eastwood.

Mike Reyes Lire la critique complète

The Hollywood Reporter

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Eastwood's main achievement here lies in trusting his hunch that the young men could handle playing themselves onscreen, with an acceptable naturalness and without self-consciousness.

Todd McCarthy Lire la critique complète

Volture

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I'm sure I wasn't alone in thinking I ought to stand up.

David Edelstein Lire la critique complète

Rogerebert.com

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If only someone could've heroically intervened to save this movie.

Matt Zoller Seitz Lire la critique complète

The Wrap

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Casting the real American lifesavers from the 2015 terrorist attack they prevented is more awkward than illuminating.

Robert Abele Lire la critique complète

Joblo.com

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This is well-intentioned, but outside the train attack, deadly-dull.

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Variety

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Clint Eastwood's drama about three Americans who stopped an attack casts the heroes as themselves. So why doesn't the film seem more real?

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