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The Surprising Gift of 'Zero Dark Thirty'

71 911E, TX Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 10:54 AM
Mark, great to read your column here on Townhall. It made me miss your show on WBAP.more than ever. Unfortunately my car radio won't pick up 660AM. Fascinating article, but I still have a major problem spending 8 or 9 bucks funding liberal Hollywood. I'll wait till income as on cable...
latebloomer Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 11:56 AM
2nd run theaters. Best choice to see a film, for those of us who live in markets that have them. Prices ranging from 1 to 3 bucks, films show up just before they hit Netflix or On Demand (give or take, depending on length of time in 1st run). Good way to pay closer to what a movie's actually worth.

When it comes to Kathryn Bigelow’s “Zero Dark Thirty,” there are two kinds of people-- those who have seen it and those who should.

Emerging from any theater afterward, there will be two kinds of people-- those who grasp that enhanced interrogations save lives, and those who do not.

As a longtime member of the first group, I was gratified to the point of surprise that a product out of Hollywood depicted our harshest interrogations without an accompanying ham-fisted condemnation.

But the even greater praise for “Zero Dark Thirty” is that nor does it grab you by the lapels and...