Today, the country remembers a tragedy from 50 years ago. I have been engrossed in all the television specials commemorating the assassination of a President so many years ago. I think this is such an important time, because this is the last "big commemoration" where we will be able hear from the aging doctors, reporters, secret service agents, etc. who have such intimate knowledge of the events from November 22, 1963.
It is still at the theaters, but it is also available on iTunes. I thought it was very good. If you are interested in the Kennedy story, this is a great film. It has a really great cast too: Paul Giamatti as Abraham Zapruder, Zac Ephron as Dr. Jim Carrico, Marcia Gay Harden, as a Nurse at Parkland, Billy Bob Thornton as Secret Service Agent Forrest Sorrels, & Ron Livingston as FBI Agent James Hosty.