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April 17, 2013
This was an incredible movie! As an 0311 in the US Marine Corps during 2001-2003 this has been the first movie that makes me wish I could be in that room right along Jason Clarke and Jessica Chastain. The movie grabbed me right from the start and the two actors performances were spectacular.
March 25, 2013
this movie was amazing in my perspective my 2nd favorite movie behind end of watch
March 23, 2013
ZERO DARK THIRTY IS A MUST SEE MOVIE YOU FIND ALOT OF THINGS YOU DONT KNOW PLUS THE LAST THIRTY MINUTES MAKES YOU FEEL LIKE YOU ARE PART OF THE RAID IT IS INTENSE .ONLY THING THAT DISAPOINTED ME WAS THE LAST THIRTY MINUTES WAS TO DARK ON DVD BUT AT THE THEATRES YOU COULD SEE A LITTLE BETTER
March 17, 2013
Loved the movie. The details of the movie, especially the assault of Bin Laden's compound, were very close to the actual accounts that I have read over the last 20 months or so. Great movie. A MUST SEE for sure.
March 07, 2013
Boring, long, slow.
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Telling a nearly three-hour story with an ending everyone knows, Bigelow and Boal have managed to craft one of the most intense and intellectually challenging films of the year. Full Review
Zero Dark Thirty makes you feel every step of Maya's journey, but it's her impressive achievement and that of the film itself that we're left contemplating, not her humanity - a stunningly well-realized whole with few soft spots to latch onto. Full Review
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By and large, Zero Dark Thirty dispenses with sentimentality and speculation, portraying the final mission not with triumphalist zeal or rank emotionalism but with a reserved, even mournful sense of ambivalence. Full Review
Was the death of Osama bin Laden worth the moral price, the compromised ideals? The filmmakers could hardly avoid raising those questions, but they pointedly leave them for the audience to answer. This is not a triumphant story in their telling, but it is one uncommonly freighted with the weight of history. Full Review