Movie Maven: 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit'

Chris Pine plays young Jack Ryan, cruising the downtown streets of Manhattan in 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit'.
Chris Pine plays young Jack Ryan, cruising the downtown streets of Manhattan in 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit'. (Paramount Pictures / Skydance Productions)
  1. Listen Movie Maven: 'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit'

    Jan 17, 2014

MPR Movie Maven and Cube Critic Stephanie Curtis talks to Steve Seel and Jill Riley about the reboot of the films based on the Tom Clancy espionage character. The film is directed by Kenneth Branagh and stars Chris Pine as the title character. The cast also features Keira Knightley and Kevin Costner.

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit is rated PG-13 for sequences of violence and intense action, and brief strong language. The film is playing at many theaters. Stephanie, however, was not impressed; listen to the review above for more.

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit official trailer:

Cube Critics discuss Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit and other reboots:

MPR's Movie Maven, Stephanie Curtis, joins The Current's Morning Show to talk about films every Friday at 8:30 a.m.

Have you seen the film? What do you think? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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