Kevin Costner

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Kevin Costner is ‘old school’, an actor capable of delivering a performance of earnestness and honesty that connects with his audience. The glue that holds many a film together, he boasts the ‘everyman’ appeal of a James Stewart – no mean feat in the corporate driven marketing world of modern day Hollywood.

For sure, there have been ‘turkeys’ in his celluloid CV, but also some outstanding and thought provoking appearances. Now in his mid 60’s, he’s hot property again, but somewhat wiser to it all.

Recommended viewing

No Way Out (1987)

Bull Durham (1988)

Dances with Wolves (1990)

Thirteen Days (2000)

As the recent award-winning historic space-race movie “Hidden Figures” demonstrated, Kevin Costner delivers his finest performances when he is a member of an ensemble cast and not the leading man.

That belief is re-enforced when watching “Thirteen Days,” the story of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Adapted by writer David Self, from tape recordings made by President Kennedy of meetings, the film puts the audience in the heart of the White House to experience the stomach churning tension as the world stood on the brink of nuclear war.

It’s clear from the film that Jack and Bobby Kennedy, played with uncanny accuracy by Bruce Greenwood and Steven Culp, were not only having to second guess the motives and actions of Khrushchev and the Soviet regime, they were also having to fend off their trigger-happy military commanders who were looking to make amends for the Bay of Pigs debacle the year before.

We see the events unfold through the eyes of the Kennedy’s long-term friend and political advisor Kenny O’Donnell, played with quiet authority by Kevin Costner, who also served as producer on the film.

The entire movie crackles with danger desite the historical inevitabilty of a nuclear holocaust being averted. Under the deft direction of Roger Donaldson, it remains edge of the seat material for nearly two-and-a-half hours.

The Company Men (2010)

Hidden figures (2016)