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This HBO war drama was really good. Michael Keaton and the rest of the cast did an excellent job in this movie. This true story about the Persian Gulf War was pretty intense and dramatic. It even gives the viewers an inside look on what happened there. I would recommend this movie to anyone. It's worth seeing.
just a steaming turd of a movie. It could not be more boring. There is no humor, no suspense, no drama, nothing good. An absolute turd.
This was an interesting look behind the scenes of CNN's efforts to bring the 1991 bombing of Baghdad into the homes of TV viewers. It brings to light the heroic sacrifices made by journalists, camera crews and producers to keep us informed while working in hostile dangerous areas. A good effort from Keaton, & Carter, help make this a really decent film..
Good Journalism During War Movie
great film of the 1991 CNN coverage of Operation Desert Storm..and what it took to get the live news from Baghdad ...a great HBO film
Such an unique perspective for a war film.
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It was fun. Good story of how CNN lucked out and was able to report as Baghdad was being bombed. Not great, but entertaining. The chemistry between Keaton and Bonham Carter was great.
Flawed in it's frenetic editing and pacing issues, but an engaging story and strong performances from Keaton and Bonham Carter keeps this HBO production to be an interesting watch.
Really enjoyed this - despite it being a late night movie I had never heard of before. Interesting to see how CNN went from 'little station that could' to global news organisation based on exclusive Iraq war coverage.