I’m sorry but this feels like a tank. The problem (or perception of same) is mainly due to that odd title. If this is a movie about guys acting bravely and heroically in the face of horrific heaving seas (and it certainly seems to be that), you don’t want the filmmakers telling you they’re that — you want to watch the film and discover this for yourself. (Right?) And since this is about a single 1952 episode, shouldn’t a singular “hour” be used instead of “hours”? Many historians agree that the Cuban Missile Crisis was Kennedy’s finest hour — not “hours. “Based on the 2010 book of the same name, the film recounts a real-life Coast Guard operation in 1952 in which four officers of a lifeboat crew risked their lives to rescue 33 oil ship workers who were left stranded at sea when one of the worst storms in Massachusetts’s history hit the East Coast and snapped their tanker in two,” blah blah. Directed by Craig Gillespie (Million Dollar Arm, Fright Night), pic costars Eric Bana, Casey Affleck, Ben Foster, Holliday Grainger and Graham McTavish. The Finest Hours pops on Digital 3D and IMAX 3D on 1.29.