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Zero Dark Thirty 2012

A chronicle of the decade-long hunt for al-Qaeda terrorist leader Osama bin Laden after the September 2001 attacks, and his death at the hands of the Navy S.E.A.L. Team 6 in May 2011...

Release Date:
January 11, 2013
157 min
Kathryn Bigelow
Jason Clarke, Jennifer Ehle, Harold Perrineau, ...
Drama, History, Thriller, ...

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Solar rating: 7.3


Imdb rating: 7.4

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Not a terrible film but a big big step backwards from hurtlocker and what is more concerning is that is completely voided of vision and what personally makes it frightening is that resembles a tool, smells like a tool and tastes like propaganda tool, would you say it's a tool? 5 out of 10, cause despite being a tool Bigelow made hurt locker which is... so much other matter =)
very good movie
I was fortunate to have watched this here at Solar about a week before it was released to the theaters here in the US and I was even able to watch it in full 1080p :p The link was removed by the next day.

I felt it was a very good movie and a story that needed to be told. As a vet I am strongly against torture under any circumstance. Once we stoop to that level of barbarism it legitimizes it and puts our soldiers at further risk.
verry good movie
Not bad.. I feel asleep toward the middle & finished it in the morning.. As a vet I'll say noone cares if terrorist are tortured tbh.. I'd like to believe the story but you never know with the govt.. I'd like to see the pictures myself.. 7/10.. good dialogue interesting Characters, good historical following.. Probly should have ending with videos of the partying that took place in the streets after the announcement to leave off with a good feel. Ehh.. hollywood..
Got watch.....
Great movie 9.5/10 no complaints about anything !
It's a quality movie and Jessica Chastain is a genuine talent. It would have been dishonest for Bigelow to make a movie about the hunt for Bin Laden without showing some of the methods used to get information. Surprise ending though! ;-)
I also didn't get the 'glamorizing torture' criticism either. I mean, it is part of the story and was not gratuitous at all. In fact, I think it important to show that the world these characters (and their real life counterparts) is not a rose colored one.

The only issue I had was due to the time span of the story, it was tough to keep it cohesive. However, I think Bigelow did a great job at managing the parts of it so while, it was over a decade as a story, one was able to follow it through.

I also liked that it was a sober view of the whole thing as opposed to some rah-rah-siss-boom-bah-Go-Team pep rally movie. The story was told in the way it needed to be told without any Tom-Cruise-You-Can-Be-My-Wingman final scene.
not to bad really 8/10
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