I have a feeling this movie is going to be really, really good. Directed by Kathryn Bigelow, who did "The Hurt Locker," one of the best war movies of the last 20 years, "Zero Dark Thirty" promises to be the definitive movie on the 10-year Osama Bin Laden manhunt. Bigelow had access to top-secret documents in making the movie—in fact, she got so much access from the government that she pushed the opening date from October to December in order to avoid any charges that it would help Barack Obama's reelection campagin.
The cast looks great, with "Friday Night Light's" Kyle Chandler and the underrated Chris Pratt from "Moneyball" and "Parks and Recreation." Plus, we're finally going to see all the steps that led to Seal Team 6 taking down the world's worst person. What patriotic American doesn't want to see that?