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American Sniper
Academy Award® Winner
Bradley Cooper stars as Chris Kyle, the most lethal sniper in U.S. military history. But there was much more to him than his skill as a sharpshooter. U.S. Navy SEAL Chris Kyle is sent to Iraq with...  View more >

Starring Bradley Cooper, Sienna Miller, Kyle Gallner...  View more >

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Jan 20, 2015
Eastwood....war movie...it don't get no better. This was more than just about the war, it was about the man and how he felt with it. Very well done .
Jan 22, 2015
I saw "American Sniper" on a Monday, but didn't get around to review the movie until three days later on a Thursday. It was one of those movies that I didn';t want to rush to review. It was a very dufficult movie to sit though. I sat though difficult movies, but "American Sniper" was very difficult to see, but it was still a good movie and Director Clint Eastwood can understand what it like for American soldiers to be on the combat lines in Irag. I can feel the tension in this movie. "American Sniper" is to the war in Iraq, what "The Deer Hunter" did to "The Vietnam War and The 1925 silent classic "The Big Parade" did to World War 1.We see troops leave for combat and come back as different men, if they survive at all. Bradley Cooper stars as Chris Kyle an sniper expert who over 100 kills making him the most lethal man in America. This movie tells hios story as he goes though basis training and ends up as a sniper, taking out those who to him are a treat to him or to the American troops. He was on four different tours of duty and each tour is more dangerous than the last. Sienna Miller plays his loyal wife who keep the peace at home while her husband is away. One of the most powerful scenes in the movie, aside from the combat, scenes in the movie is when Cooper met a group of men who lost their limbs in combat. That scene reminds me of Harold Russell who lost both arms in combat and played one of the veterans in the movie "The Best Years of Our Lives." How his character has not only adjusted to society, but having to deal with the loss of limbs. I hope everyone can get to see this movie. I don't care what's your position on the Iraq war, You need to see this. We need to support the troops because they are on the lines to defend our freedom. You need to think about that while watching this movie. With "American Sniper" I have seen all eight nominated movies for Best Picture. Eight? Is that all? De we suppose to have nine or ten? Only asking.
Jan 29, 2015
Extremely violent.
Feb 5, 2015
Feb 19, 2015
Great movie, well acted and well directed. It's just like it really is...very accurate...maybe a little cleaned up for the audience who get squeamish about war and the results of shooting a human being with a high-powered rifle. But this is a movie about war and snipers.

Since the movie came out a while ago, I am sure everyone heard about the ending of the movie. A little sidebar here: It is now suggested that the solider with the mental problems (PTSD) from battle, was in fact an armorer and a guard at a prisoner of war camp over there. He never was in combat but possibly was converted to Islam through his contact with the Islamic prisoners and was coerced into what he did to Chris Kyle.

Do a search for: Was Chris Kyle Killed by Islamic Convert

The whole thing is quite convoluted and sad and it is a shame that people in America are not being told the truth about this part of the movie.

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