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Never debating America’s ‘boots-on-the-ground’ deployment policy in Iraq , AMERICAN SNIPER (2014) starring Bradley Cooper, Sienna Miller, and Kyle Gallner is more of a character study of the Navy SEAL who made history as the most lethal military sniper ever, credited with over 160 documented kills. Although punctuated with plenty of gunfire and subsequent blood spatter, AMERICAN SNIPER is...
 
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Whether you view war as a necessary evil fought by courageous soldiers protecting our freedoms…or an absolute waste of human lives and resources accomplishing little more than population control, I guarantee you that FURY (2014) starring Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, and Logan Lerman will have a lasting effect on you. FURY follows the command of army...
 
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I might take a lot of grief for my following position, but I’ve always felt that if you’re not willing to stand behind our soldiers, feel free to stand in front of them. Now with that duly noted, it’s time to discuss the movie LONE SURVIVOR (2013) starring Mark Wahlberg, Taylor Kitsch, and Emile Hirsch. Based on the 2007...
 
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Sport biopics tend to be either raging successes or dismal failures, very few falling into the middle ground of movie obscurity. 42 starring Chadwick Boseman, Harrison Ford, and Nicole Beharre is a bona fide success. Not only does this picture grant us entry down into the player's dugouts, we're also privy to a brief peek at the negotiations and...
 
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Whether or not you agreed with the U.S. Governments 'Detainee Program' and its 'Advanced Interrogation Techniques' (ie: extracting information through physical torture and deprivation) is not the question. ZERO DARK THIRTY (2012) starring Jessica Chastain, Joel Edgerton, and Chris Pratt does so much more than just examine the theory of the ends justifying the means. It makes us ask...
 
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Wow...ARGO (2012) starring Ben Affleck and Bryan Cranston is one of those unique movies where I never once checked my watch. An engrossing film that keeps you involved in the action from the opening narrative until the end credits is a rare and wonderful thing. Based on a true story, this thrilling drama follows the incredible process...
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A favorite to win big at the 2013 Academy Awards, LINCOLN (2012) starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Sally Fields is the type of movie you should sit back and watch undisturbed if you are to truly enjoy every nuance and line of the richly worded script. The dialogue is pivotal, as the action is kept to a minimum in...
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Not a fan of musicals, I decided to watch LES MISERABLES (2012) starring Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, and Russell Crowe anyway. So what did I think? Well, I'm still not a fan of musicals. I can take a movie where the cast occassionally breaks into song (eg. Chicago, Rock of Ages), but not one line of dialogue was spoken...
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