Previously, the STORY of the hunt for OBL has only been relayed in words.
This is the first time big budget filmmaking and visuals has been applied.
In that regard, it's attempt to tell the story with faux in situ
It's also interesting to see the screenplay portray the known chapters of the real history, in spite of using artistic license
with the material.
And there are areas where a fair amount of "artistic license" was used, no doubt there.
However, this isn't a documentary or even a docu-drama.
It is simply a movie INSPIRED by real events.
Taken as such, it is a fine achievement by KB and team.
Of course, YMMV.