Originally Posted by oink
The accuracy of this movie has already been questioned...check out some of the printed material available.
I'd question what the media is arguing in the first place. The so called "Torture" thing is blown out of proportion.
Any of us old enough to remember 80s, 90s films have seen it before. The current PC who-ha on this is over the top (serves the film well)
The procedural in the main body of the film is well done, but no more than anything else in a basic "Spy Craft" type film or
perhaps Syriana type political mode if you will. The end has nothing specifically graphic and shows only a shadowy, glancing image
of the expected target. It might chill some who are caught up in the "Court History" of the event.
What interested me was the use of several versions of the mission that evolved in media after the fact. Nicely done. Covers
a few asses quite well. If you didn't study the details, this will go right past you.
It's worth a pass, no matter how you see the surrounding BS. Ms B makes another war film. Her motives can be argued at a later date
and in another forum