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Normally we don't get too worked up over which person or group has stepped up to support a particular movie, especially a movie that's a hit with critics and audiences already. But from the moment Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal began making it, Zero Dark Thirty was not your usual movie. A detailed and lengthy recreation of the ten-year search for Osama bin Laden, Zero Dark Thirty reveals all kinds of information that the general public previously didn't know, and steps right into the ongoing debate about torture by showing, practically in its first scene, a source being water boarded and abused right in front of our heroine Maya (Jessica Chastain). A lot of very smart and plenty of very dumb things have been said about Zero Dark Thirty's torture already, to the point that Martin Sheen recently felt the need to apologize for signing a petition that asked »

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