Sony Pictures has unveiled the final trailer for the upcoming "Zero Dark Thirty" thriller, which is directed by Kathryn Bigelow and written by Mark Boal, the team behind the Oscar-winning "Hurt Locker." Check out the trailer below.
"Zero Dark Thirty," which is a military term referring to any time of the night, and focuses on the black ops mission to capture or kill Osama Bin Laden. The eventual raid resulted in the killing of the Al-Qaeda leaded in Pakistan.
The new movie stars Joel Edgerton, Jessica Chastain, Edgar Ramirez, Mark Strong, Kyle Chandler and Frank Grillo, and was just nominated for a Golden Globe. It's set to hit theaters on December 19th.
IMBATMANwrites: on December 14th, 2012 at 6:58:07 AM
I don't think it possible for me to give less of a sh#t about this movie.
darthnoahwrites: on December 14th, 2012 at 8:34:05 AM
With the music, half way through, I thought it was The Social Network all over again.
Is it really necessary to rally these stories around a single person and 'her' fight?
Hurt Locker had a lead. But Renner was mostly a nominal lead. 'In the shoes' of all the soldiers in Iraq. This seems to be based on Chastain. While the movie might be good and everything, and i will watch it, I have this one reservation..
"I don't think it possible for me to give less of a sh#t about this movie."
90% of the post on this site say something like this. It's so f*cking played out and boring now that this site needs a checkbox so people can just check the stupid box and save the post for something more original. I don't know if I care about the film either but 50 post of "This movie sucks" is sooooo f*cking boring. Do something original like tell us why it sucks.
minkowskiwrites: on December 14th, 2012 at 1:51:24 PM
I tell you why I didn't care for The Hurt Locker. It was boring. Dry. A procedural for a procedure for which I don't care two whits. I mean, they deal with roadside bombs, IEDs, and often those bombs go boom and people die. Yeah, I know that. We all know that. Sure it's somewhat dramatic, but it's also dry as reading the news.
Thing is, basically both of these movies are somewhere between an action film and a doc*mentary, and yet, neither, and even worse, there's not enough action and the doc*mentation isn't real enough so both films hover in this bullsh*t who gives a damn state between exciting and informing while never entering either.
That's why I don't like The Hurt Locker and why I probably won't like Zero Dark Thirty.
Does that help you?
struck21writes: on December 14th, 2012 at 1:58:01 PM
@Mink. Ditto. Would type a long reasoning for not having the smallest amount of interest in this movie, but Mink covered 85% of my reasonings.
Goddamn that gives me the willies , after spending 12 years in the Infantry and a year in Iraq IOF3 -f*ck it makes me miss the tempo of a full spectrum op deployment , I can see why it is getting great buzz . Damn !
Kurskijwrites: on December 14th, 2012 at 5:33:15 PM
"Does that help you?"
No, it does not.
Kurskijwrites: on December 14th, 2012 at 5:35:13 PM
"I'm one of 32 people
who loved "The Hurt Locker".
make that 33"
I'm glad, Bane. Really. But in its core your post doesn't make any sense. Wanna know why?
minkowskiwrites: on December 14th, 2012 at 6:03:15 PM
"Wanna know why?"
Kurskijwrites: on December 14th, 2012 at 6:56:56 PM