Costner takes all the blame here, as he was responsible for both casting and performing this mismatched role in "Thirteen Days," which he produced. When he wasn't busy dramatically frowning his way through the Cuban missile crisis, as he does for most of the film, Costner was busy bludgeoning audiences with one of the most curiously off-target accents in history, an over-exaggerated Boston inflection that sounds like a bad impression of a bad impression. —Jeff Royer
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