This movie is magnificent!
best movie i've ever seen.
Clever, believable, and super fun to watch. It totally has replay value.
a film so unique, intoxicating and bizarre that it not only demands another viewing, but is also forgivable as a satirical comedy where the jokes eventually take the back seat.
This film tells the 13 hours of intense attacks that an American compound endures in Libya.This film is really intense. There are intense battles right from the beginning, and the the intensity of each battle escalates dramatically. There is no one to call for help, no one they can trust, and every where is surrounded by hostiles. The story is thoroughly captivating. The ending is tear jerking as well. It evokes a lot of emotions in me. This film is a rare film that makes gun battles intense, and makes you feel for the characters.
I was riveted, spellbound by this, watching what I have read come to life on the screen.
"Powerful people" tried to stop the distribution of this film and I can see why. There is even one or more bad reviews because it shows a truth that the Progressive Liberal Stalinist Democrats want to hide, that a whole bunch of Americans were in a war zone, not some peaceful place as we were told, and that they were improperly supplied, poorly secured, and there was no backup for them. Also, that there was either the biggest screwup in intelligence since Pearl Harbor, or the Secretary of State ignored it to save a couple bucks. Security should never be left to an organization like the February 17th Martyrs Brigade, who not only knew of the attack and ran away, but some were identified through surveillance photographs as part of the assault force.The film also exposes the idea that the attack on 9/11/2012 was a spontaneous event resulting from a demonstration about some anti-Islamic film. It was obviously a well planned and coordinated attack carried out in waves. That is obvious by the accuracy of mortars used and availability of heavy machine guns. In closing, never forget J. Christopher Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty, and Tyrone S. Woods. In addition, do not forget the wounded and the rest who lived through that hell. And never forget that neither Hillary Clinton nor Barack Obama have ever publicly apologized or accepted responsibility for putting them in that situation and failing to act to defend them. And never forget that Ambassador Stevens' itinerary in a hostile area was transmitted in an email on an unsecure server by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Nadeeshan Tennage (nadeeshantennage)
The film accounts the real incidents related with the waves of terrorist attacks happened at an American diplomatic compound at Benghazi in 2012.
The first half of the film feels too slow paced and the build up towards the climatic incidents portrayed are not exciting either.
But, the bright side here is that this film would never exhaust you from beginning to the end eventhough, the running time is so unnecessarily expanded with a couple of unwanted confusing plot points which I wouldn't mention here.
But ,overall this film complies with its source material and genre and delivers the story in a compelling way..
This could have been a much better movie if it's not for those few plotholes and the running time which might exhaust you if you are not really into watching war films.
I have seen this email so many times. It's so well done, interesting, and gripping. I love it!