Which part felt real to you? The bizarre "I'm the motherf*ck that found this place" comedy fabrications? The frat boy torture guy that exists as a fabrication of Bigelow's bondage fantasies?
No it won't. Bin Laden's death will cathartic for a lot of people (particularly Americans) doesn't have nearly as much impact beyond the borders. In fact, in many parts of the world what happened was considered a bit outrageous as we basically went into a sovereign country to pull off an assassination.This whole ordeal will go down as one of the most significant events of our lifetime.
The Nazis killed tens of millions of people. Al Qaeda killed less than a month's worth of car accidents.911, Usama ,terrorism, are perhaps this generation's Nazism.
Plenty of people can, and have. And don't details matter when it's about a REAL event? You know, when that you're praising for feeling REAL?No one really can attests to the accurate portrayal of all events, but I refuse to let the details cloud my reverence for the events.
No it shouldn't. Argo, Lincoln, Flight, and Django were all MUCH better than it. Life of Pi was better than it.I haven't seen beasts of the southern wild, or Amour, but I'd bet those were better than it. Les Miserables was a friggin MUSICAL, and it was still probably better than ZDT if you adjust for musicalness.This should win best picture, but it won't.
Bigelow's directing wasn't better than Affleck, or Spielberg, or Tarantino's. In fact it was a bit subpar, as was Chastain's were cowboy robot take on the character.Bigelow should get best director, but instead she'll face a senate hearing. At least Chastain will win for best actress and very deservingly so.
They could've not made it. That would've improved it tremendously.5/5 stars (because there was nothing they could have done any better IMO)