On Screen Rant's set visit to The Finest Hours, producer Jim Whitaker proved a fount of knowledge on the real-life story of the Pendleton rescue.
Boston-based critic Andy Crump has been writing about film for the web since 2009, and has been a Screen Rant contributor since Spring 2013. He also writes for Movie Mezzanine, In Review Online, and Paste Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter at @agracru. Currently, he has given up on shaving.
Articles by Andy Crump
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