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Like the best true stories translated to film, this well-known ending works for Berg, not against him.Based on a New York Times article, "Deepwater Horizon's Final Hours," the film is about the crew – the men and women aboard just doing their jobs.Even Hudson, in the generally thankless concerned-wife role, makes it seem worthwhile.It's the rare film that can make you care about, and be able to tell the difference between, over a dozen characters. I would have liked to have seen more of the navy's rescue efforts, more of the aftermath, but Berg keeps things focused and the movie is likely better off for it.
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