American Sniper Special

azebz 2023/01/09



“American Sniper” is a movie based on the true story of Chris Kyle, who served as a Navy SEAL and is considered to be one of the most lethal snipers in American history. The film begins with Kyle’s childhood, where he learns to shoot from his father and hunts with him.

After seeing the 1998 US embassy bombings, Kyle decides to join the military and becomes a SEAL. During his training, he meets Taya Renae, whom he eventually marries.

Kyle is sent to Iraq after the September 11 attacks and quickly earns a reputation as an exceptional sniper. He often risks his own life to protect his fellow soldiers and becomes known as “The Legend” among his comrades.

As the war progresses, Kyle struggles with the toll it takes on him mentally. He begins experiencing symptoms of PTSD but keeps them hidden from his family. On one tour, Kyle faces off against an enemy sniper known as “Mustafa.” The two engage in a game of cat and mouse until Kyle finally manages to take him out.

After four tours of duty, Kyle returns home but continues to struggle with PTSD. He helps other veterans adjust to civilian life but finds it difficult to relate to them because of their vastly different experiences.

In 2013, while at a shooting range with another veteran suffering from PTSD, Kyle is tragically killed by this veteran who was struggling with mental health issues.

The film ends with footage from Kyle’s real-life funeral procession and photos of him spending time with his family throughout his life.

“American Sniper” is a gripping portrayal of both the physical demands that come with being a soldier and the mental anguish that can follow long after leaving combat. It provides insight into what it means to serve your country wholeheartedly while also reminding us of the sacrifices made by those who do so.




American Sniper is a 2014 biographical war drama film directed by on: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History by Chris Kyle. The movie tells the story of Kyle, who served four tours in Iraq as a Navy SEAL sniper and became known as one of the most lethal snipers in American history.

The movie opens with a tense scene where Kyle (played by Bradley Cooper) is perched on a rooftop in Iraq, scanning the streets for potential threats. From this first scene, it’s clear that Eastwood has no intention of sugarcoating the realities of war. Throughout the movie, audiences are given an unflinching look at what it’s like to be a soldier fighting on the frontlines.

Cooper gives an outstanding performance as Kyle, perfectly capturing both his physical prowess and emotional struggles. Kyle is portrayed as a deeply patriotic man who sees serving his country as his duty. He’s also depicted as someone who struggles with PTSD and is haunted by the things he’s seen on the battlefield.

Sienna Miller also delivers an excellent performance as Taya, Kyle’s wife. Miller brings depth to her portrayal of Taya, showing how she handles being married to a man who’s constantly risking his life overseas while also raising their children at home.

The action scenes in American Sniper are intense and realistic, making viewers feel like they’re right there alongside Kyle in Iraq. However, what truly sets this movie apart is its exploration of the psychological toll that war takes on soldiers. The movie doesn’t shy away from showing how war can warp people ? emotionally and mentally ? and how difficult it can be for soldiers to readjust to civilian life once they return home.

One criticism some have levelled against American Sniper is that it glorifies war and portrays Kyle as a hero without questioning his actions. While it is true that the movie doesn’t delve too deeply into the politics of the Iraq War, it’s important to remember that this is a biographical film about one man’s experiences. The movie shows Kyle as a complex character with flaws and struggles, and while it doesn’t necessarily condemn or condone his actions, it does allow viewers to draw their own conclusions.

All in all, American Sniper is a powerful movie that offers a gripping portrayal of war from the perspective of one soldier. It’s not an easy movie to watch ? there are scenes that are both heartbreaking and stirring ? but it’s well worth seeing for anyone interested in understanding the experiences of soldiers who’ve fought on our behalf.



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As a child, I was moved by the movie “The Bad News Bears Go to Japan” where Japanese professional baseball players and American actors performed in front of a large audience. This made me fall in love with the movie. This blog is my review of the movie that I actually saw. Please use it as a reference when renting movies.

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