January 17, 2013
Every word is a lie
It's very difficult to understand why this movie is getting rave reviews. It is not fact-based by any means, as there were hundreds of CIA officers and analysts looking at information for 10 years to find Bin Laden. There was too much information for one person to come up with a "hunch" that would be acted on.
The acting is wooden, sterile, emotionless. Okay, maybe that's the way spies are, but it doesn't make the movie any more better. Look, they couldn't even pronouce two place names correctly (Kabul and Peshawar are mangled), so how much of the movie is true?
Two hours of exposition to get to 20 minutes of raid, and the raid was so realistic that you couldn't see anything in the dark. Not even any close-ups of the famous Seal Team Six dog, Cairo, or his acting twin, just a glimpse of him on a leash.
Don't bother with this movie, or if you go, reduce your expectations. It's not Oscar-worthy.
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