• …it’s ultimately a Disney movie, and a sentimental one, and if you’ve ever found yourself liking any film by this production house you’ll easily enjoy The Finest Hours.

  • Juhi Matta
    Juhi Matta


    If you’re looking to enjoy a film that features breathtaking visuals and remarkable performances, The Finest Hours is your best bet this weekend. Don’t miss this inspiring true story, which pays homage to the unsung heroes.

  • Uday Bhatia
    Uday Bhatia


    This is meat-and-potatoes film-making, but if you aren’t averse to a lot of scenes with tough guys gritting their teeth, The Finest Hours is a reasonably engaging 120-odd minutes. The churning, roiling waves look pretty much like the VFX that they are, but the snowstorm that hits the land is beautiful.

  • Even at its finest moments, The Finest Hours is just unexceptionably plain and too traditional to surprise us…

  • This is a by-the-book disaster-rescue saga with elevated moments of drama. The ocean scenes leave you feeling a little bit seasick, but in awe of the bravery of these men. The 3D is perfunctory.