American Sniper


Action / Biography / Drama / History / Thriller / War

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 73%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 86%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 402322


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Bradley Cooper as Chris Kyle
Clint Eastwood as Church Goer
Jake McDorman as Biggles
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877.55 MB
23.976 fps
2hr 13 min
P/S 6 / 199
1.96 GB
23.976 fps
2hr 13 min
P/S 12 / 133

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by cyberjoshy-49579 1 / 10

Pure propaganda

When i watched this movie i felt disgusted during the whole thing. This sniper is killing people in their own streets and homes while invading their country under a false premise and he is proud of it. Iraq had done nothing to justify the invasion by America. Until this day no WMD's have been found and left iraq in a terrible state. The movie glorifies murder of civilians and American soldiers acting as bullies and executioners. What a hero for killing people from such a distance...

Reviewed by ingmarbeldman-753-927212 9 / 10

Something is scrapped and that hurts.. a lot.

I don't understand all the negativity about this movie. It's a Clint Eastwood movie. That means that something happens and that something hurts. Inside you. Eastwood is not exactly the kind of filmmaker who delivers flat drama. A certain fact - the war this time - is presented as an excuse to present an interesting, layered character, crossing borders to transform. Well, that happens. And it hurts... We stay with this guy, this sniper. We stay with him till we feel suffocated to the point of wanting to leave the cinema. The camera is on him, without no mercy. Through his eyes we see the concept of 'defending your country' go down the drain, But without moralizing one single moment and without being disrespectful to those who believe in this concept and who go there to do that job.

We just see a man, being destroyed, and that's it.

A pro-war-movie.... ?? Come on..

Reviewed by cinemajesty 8 / 10

Executive Decision Calls

Movie Review: "American Sniper" (2014)

Technically flawless in its 125-Minute-Cut by Joel Cox plus polishing editorial works by Gary Roach; this Clint Eastwood directed war-action-movie comes uncompressed as patriotically-produced by leading actor Bradley Cooper, who fits the role of late real-life U.S. army sniper Chris Kyle (1974-2013) perfectly, who then so tragically lost his life not on the battlefields of the middle east but at home in Texas, USA; and Clint Eastwood's production company "Malpaso" alongside producing partner Robert Lorenz, which backs up the optioned story, transformed into a gripping screenplay by Jason Hall, with Warner Bros. Pictures in distribution efforts to let "American Sniper" become one of the most successful R-rated action-thrillers ever received on the U.S. American domestic market.

Director Clint Eastwood accumulates visual knowledge together with fellow cinematographer Tom Stern and further dramatic "finesse" to tell the story of Chris Kyle to the utmost of dramatic outcomes with a marvelous sandstorm-approaching roof-top sniper-vs-sniper scenario, when values of family and struggle with closeest loved-ones, all embodied in a convincing soldier-wife performance by actress Sienna Miller, who builds a unit with fellow cast member Bradley Cooper to carry the picture emotionally to the finish line of fulfilled motion picture satisfactions in suspense-stretching sequences of locate, stealth-hiding as full-frontal shooting, hit-or-run target lingers in tight close-ups of Bradley Cooper's high-focused face, when "American Sniper" really delivers what one of the best "Teaser trailers" of decade 2010s had been promising with regard to high-stakes impossible decision-making scenes of shooting women and children as undeniable causalities in the horrors of war.

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