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  • This documentary succeeds triumphantly on so many levels that its full impact doesn't hit you until you have time to register its aftershocks. show more

  • Where the film shines is in its vivid and affecting portrait of Tillman himself. Instead of the square-jawed hero memorialized by the army and lionized by the news media, we get to know a man of many gifts for many seasons. show more

  • Bar-Lev tells Tillman's story "Rashomon"-style, incorporating multiple perspectives on Tillman's politics (left-liberal), religion (atheist), and personal relations (he married Marie, his first and only girlfriend). Still, it is a documentary with more details of how he died than how he lived. show more

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  • July 31, 2011 Susan
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    What a wonderful family. The truth must come out soon. Everyone deserves to know what truly happened.

  • December 26, 2010 skyhigh139
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    This movie has opened up alot more questions than have answers to them. The why, who and when are never really quite clarified in this doc-movie. No question Pat Tillman is one of the most courageous, patriotic americans that has ever graced U.S. soil. But the film itself only glimpses possible fratricide scenarios and the reasons that this could have taken place. Don't think that for one moment he wasn't terminated though. But WHY?

  • October 15, 2010 vandalwfs
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    This " movie" is just another Progressive attempt to blame conservatives for EVERYTHING!!!! Pat Tillman is a hero and this "movie" is a disgrace to his memory. It is a Michael Moore type mockcumentory of how those on the left view the world and conservatives. It's a waste of time and money.