Analysis Of The Movie ' American Sniper ' Essay

1147 Words Sep 16th, 2016 5 Pages
How far would you go to protect your fellow Americans? How much would you be willing to sacrifice for your country? Most of us would say, we would sacrifice everything for this country, while some of us wouldn’t sacrifice anything for it. However, this is all just banter compared to what our military personnel do on a daily basis while they are overseas. They are constantly giving their lives away to protect our rights and freedoms. One man in particular has made waves in the news medias in the past few years because he tells us about his experiences overseas. The guy I am referring to is Chris Kyle, and he is a Navy Seal veteran and a sniper. He told everyone about his experiences he had, so they made it into a movie so we could really see what he went through. The movie American Sniper was absolutely amazing not only because of the action sequences, but for the breathtaking acting performance and the awareness it brings to post traumatic stress disorder a.k.a. PTSD. American sniper was directed by Clint Eastwood, but Bradley Cooper also helped him produce this movie to be the very best that it could have been, which is why it was released early on December 25, 2014. It is 133 minutes long, but it is filled with constant action, drama, and the biography of the Navy Seal veteran of Chris Kyle. It is rated R due to all of the graphic content within the movie. This movie was based on the book called American Sniper which was also written by Chris Kyle. Bradley Cooper was the…

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