But in that backroom or whatever it is when God confronts me with my sins, I do not know any of the kills I had during the war ill be among them.
after I recover.July 13, 2015Here 's the review as promised.First of all, let me confess that I read anothe book nly because I saw this movie.
protagonist came across as a psycho, and it ha not sure whether Clint was rooting for him, or showing us the futility of his battle.Well, there is no such ambiguity in the essa.
And he does not even bother to hide his racism; he ays he mus have shot any Arab carrying a Koran with pleasure, had the higher-ups allowed it.It 's interesting to see how the tone changes when the Marines and SEALs are at the receiving end.
Recently, it 's surprising to hear him lamenting about the act that the Arabs hate him just because he is th Christian, and that religion hould be about tolerance- when he is ready to drop anybody with a Koran.On top of all this bigoted racism, the novel is badly written to boot.
By infusing a storyline into it, introducing murderous Iraqi characters ( like " The Butcher " who kills children by drilling them), and peppering it with philosophical dialogue, Eastwood has tried to present a sympathetic view of Chris Kyle.
( view spoiler) [ And his killing of the mythical Iraqi sniper " Mustafa " by an impossible long range shot in the beginnin is straight out of one of his old movies.
Whatever you as, Clint, this movie ai n't anti-war.Recommended for people who cheer all of America 's military interventions abroad.