New Zero Dark Thiry Movie Delivered Lots Of Drama,Dialogue & Satisfying Ending
New Zero Dark Thirty movie delivered lots of drama,dialogue & satisfying ending. Columbia Pictures (Sony) released their new action/drama/thriller flick “Zero Dark Thirty” into theaters this weekend. I just checked it out,and thought it was just ok. It delivered some interesting moments,but for the most part,I dozed off as I just don’t get into boring dialogue-driven movies. It did serve up a nice and satisfying ending,though. It stars: Jessica Chastain, Jason Clarke, Joel Edgerton, Jennifer Ehle, Jeremy Strong, Kyle Chandler, Edgar Ramirez,and Mark Strong.
In the new flick, CIA officer Maya is the focus of attention as she’s spent her entire brief career, focusing solely on intelligence related to al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. She has just been reassigned to work with fellow officer Dan at the U.S. embassy in Pakistan. During the first months of her assignment, she often accompanies Dan to a black site for his ongoing interrogation of Ammar, a detainee with links to several Saudi terrorists.
Dan subjects him to torture and humiliation, and he and Maya eventually trick Ammar into divulging that an old acquaintance using the alias ‘Abu Ahmed,’ is working as a personal courier for bin Laden. Eventually, Maya quickly evolves from a freshman to a veteran investigator.
Later on,after much detective work,Maya tracks Abu Ahmed to a large suburban compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. After several months of surveillance, Maya is able to finally get a plan approved to raid the compound in an effort to capture or kill bin Laden. This leads to a great,action-filled conclusion that involves a lot of shooting and people getting killed,including wicked bin Laden.
Again, I thought the action scenes were great,but I just totally dozed off during the long,drawn out dialogue scenes that made up most of this film. I gave it a solid C- grade. Follow us on Twitter by Clicking Here. Follow us on Facebook by Clicking Here.