Anders Brownworth

Technology and Disruption

Zero Dark Thirty

I had imagined if Hollywood were to do a movie about killing Bin Laden, it would have been 2 hours of hard-core "seal team gets ready" and then the "Go! Go! Go!" scene. Close to the 2 hour mark, I thought for a second, "we haven't really seen the seals yet!". The fact that all of that garbage is muted and you are not even quite sure when Bin Laden is killed makes this film very unusual. The female lead never gets into a relationship either - imagine that! Instead, I found it a very compelling "on the edge of your seat" CIA drama. This is a fantastically well done film because it doesn't lean on what you might expect to be great yet it still is.

Note: I don't watch trailers.

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