• Released
  • January 11, 2013
  • (Opened Limited 12/19 NY/LA)
  • R , 2 hr 37 min
  • Action/Adventure


By BAConnolly
Written August 31, 2016
This movie rated right up there with Argo in that it is based on historical facts. I'm glad I saw this movie and think it was probably pretty close to the actual logistics on what truly happened. I don't think we really need exact facts for that matter. God bless our hard working CIA and military for what they do for our country. Glad I live here in the good ole USA. It is violent and bloody, yet that was expected.
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By elkscat
Written April 24, 2017
It is amazing how they turned years of dull investigation into an exciting build to finding Bin Laden. They then topped it off with an edge-of-your seat raid where we already knew the outcome. Somehow, it didn't matter that we knew the outcome, it was still riveting. I was glad to see that the interrogation had me less disturbed than the scene where James Bond was tortured in Casino Royale. Yes, it was much more realistic but less disturbing. This is a must see thriller that has a great shot at Oscars.
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Zero Dark 30

By reggert995
Written September 28, 2016
Enjoyed the movie but very intense and not good for under 16 age group. Great job of acting by all in movie. If you like action movies, you have to see this one.
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Zero Dark Thirty

By pleazthesweaz
Written July 30, 2016
The question of did it actually happen this way is still up for debate since only those who were actually there know for sure. But there are 2 things that aren't debatable. There were people who devoted their careers to finding Osama bin Laden to the point of obsession and brave men put their lives on the line to finally make it happen. The movie has you asking questions about "enhanced interrogation" like did it happen? Should it have happened? Would you have the stomach do it? If not, is it right for you to expect someone else to? At the end of the day it is a movie, but one that brave men and women live some version of every day. I found the desperate search for puzzles pieces and the navigation of red tape fascinating. I appreciated that director Kathryn Bigelow didn't over power the nail-biting final scenes with music and loved watching Jessica Chastain transform from queasy bystander to hardened agent. On the Pleaz the Sweaz scale, this was worth full price.
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Seen it twice!!

By jmglewis
Written August 31, 2016
Movie was very well done and seemed to be based on all the information I've read to date. No need to follow the organized planted reviews by the same people who go on Amazon.com and write bad reviews about books they disagree with politically but have never read.
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