American Sniper: Movie

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This biographic, drama, action was directed by Clint Eastwood and was released in December, 2014.

Duration: 2 hours 12 minutes (132 minutes)



Chris Kyle, a simple boy from Texas, grows up to become a U.S. NAVY SEALS sniper. During the war at Iraq after the horrific 9/11, him and his team realise his capability as a sniper. His countless kills and numerous saves for his team give him the title of ‘American Sniper’. This is the story of his life before during and after the war.



When it comes to war movies, this is one of the best I have ever seen. The movie has been so wonderfully made in every single aspect. I genuinely love biographies and to top that off with great directing, fantastic acting, enough realism, and wonderful portrayal, all added to the making of this amazing film. Bradley Cooper is a really great actor and you can really see the work, effort, and result through this film. The movie had ample dialogues and wasn’t only about shooting and killing or drama. I really loved how they showed all the evils of the war and how every thing is done sequentially portrayed. The movie really entertained me throughout with its endless drama, action and realism. The movie further showed us every aspect of the American Sniper’s life and this really showed us the overall personality of our character and how he changes throughout his life. The only one tiny complaint I would have would be that the biography had a tad bit too much drama which slightly affected the realism. Still, we are able to compare and contrast the various stages and the different people he meets and encounters through his lifetime. We are able to feel all of his hardships and share his feeling of emotion through very realistic display of actions as well. I would highly recommend to watch this film. Overall amazed.



I would give this movie 4/5 stars.

One thought on “American Sniper: Movie

  1. blackk100 says:

    Other war movies you might like (if you have already reviewed them, then ignore):
    Saving Private Ryan
    Hacksaw Ridge


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