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Probably already a thread on this, but I didn't feel like searching from mobile.
Has anyone seen it yet? I'm leaving for the theater in about 10 minutes and was hoping for an RCMB review
For the love of Trevor...™
There are no tits in it sadly
Looks like I'll be staying home then
gHost gave a stellar review.
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He gets away.
Quietest. Theater. Ever
I also disagree with the "so-so" rating, and give it dmcc's "pretty good" rating.
Just saw it tonight. I thought it was f******(edited for Trevor) fantastic. How she didn't get nominated for an Oscar is ridiculous. I thought it was much better than the Hurt Locker. Although Tony Soprano as Leon Panetta was ridiculous.
Going tomorrow at noon. I'm pumped.
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Saw it tonight and it was great.
Tigers' fan will be happy as well.
it was a very well done movie. All the characters are one dimensional but still the direction is top notch.
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Are you referring to the hat in the locker...
Yes, wonder what that was all about...would be interested in what the connection was there.
I saw the movie last Sunday morning and thought that it was excellent, although the ending was kind of drab.
Yeah, I watched it in a theatre around Detroit and it was kind of funny seeing a bunch of people whisper to each other in the theatre. I'm curious about the connection as well.
I thought it was quite cathartic
i'd have like to have seen more emphasis on Seal Team Six and the preparations for the raid, but outside of that it was a good movie. not great.
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They had to have been way restricted in terms of what they were allowed to show. They obviously couldnt give away any types of secrerts that the DOD had set for the raid.
My favorite film of the year. Loved how it ended.
Saw it last night. GF was in the military over in Iraq. Said it was real accurate as far as how things are over there. Great film.
Don't spoil the ending dammit.
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Not planning on it. Way too soon to be in good taste, no matter how amazing the acting and script are.
I saw it the day it came out going in thinking that I was going to like it a lot more. Don't get me wrong, it's a good movie, but it could have been better. As mentioned before, all of the characters are pretty one dimensional. I thought there should have been a little bit more emphasis on the military side for the actual mission but the whole movie was based on the CIA and the agent so..
ending was kind of blah also IMO. Could have finished with a bang, like how it begun with the 9/11 emergency calls. That was a great start
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I saw it and thought it was very good. Not great or a masterpiece, but well-done and didn't seem to be pandering. In what respect do you think it's in bad taste?
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