'Zero Dark Thirty' confounding liberal film critics

Thomas Lifson
American Thinker

What if Hollywood made a high profile movie that carried an implicit message supporting George W. Bush’s War on Terror policies and made Barack Obama look naïve? What if the movie were made by an acclaimed director, and was really, really good?

Why, you’d have the amusing opportunity to read up on the critical reaction To Kathryn Bigelow’s new blockbuster film, Zero Dark Thirty.

I confess that when I learned that Hollywood was to enjoy very broad cooperation from the intelligence community for the production, I assumed that the Obama Administration would get a free pass, a semi-hagiographic treatment of the bold president ordering the raid in Abbottabad that killed Osama bin Laden.

Kyle Smith, writing in the New York Post, explains how the closely detailed film treats the subject, and why President Obama is not happy with the outcome…

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