Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden (2012) - Action, Crime, Drama

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A group of Navy SEALs come to learn the identity of their target: Osama bin Laden.

IMDB: 5.7
Director: John Stockwell
Stars: Cam Gigandet, Jenny Gabrielle
Length: 90 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 13 out of 44 found boring (29.54%)

One-line Reviews (37)

It might as well be called the Barack obama show , it was a worthless waste of time and money.

It is so painfully slow, there is virtually no action--so it's value as an action movie is zero.

It was just a Pro-Obama election propaganda.

Whether true or otherwise, what's compelling is the filmmakers decision to paint a somewhat negative picture on how those who were no longer useful, or have been milked dry, got discarded to a corner, whether to sink or swim was no longer anyone's business or interest.

My advice: Don't waste wither your time or your money.

This film should have kept me on the edge of my love seat, not the toilet seat where I found myself 3 times trying to watch this film, and ironically where this film belongs.

Instead, I got a thinly-disguised Obama campaign propaganda piece, with attacks on certain Republicans thrown in to ensure the point.

Low budget but ultimately entertaining .

Film was completely boring.

To those with intelligence and who are informed, it will be hard to ignore the fact that the man who was least responsible for the missions success and had to be dragged kicking and screaming to approve this mission, is made out to be the hero.

Total Propaganda, can't believe it.

propaganda such as this and many more similar to it are harmful to our service members and those we wish to generate support from and helpful to those wishing to do harm.

It is so boring.

All in all, I enjoyed it and if you want to fill in some blanks on the Osama bin Laden it's worth watching.

Political Propaganda at it's Worst!

the dialog among the team members was so bored, there's nothing to watch for.

I was truly looking for an engaging 'documentary-style' film.

Even in Zero Dark Thirty things were a bit slow till the raid started so it's not fair to fault this one for being boring.

and ends up with a confusing mishmash.

I think its a good movie, except for the Obama propaganda aspect of it.

Its government propaganda that has little to do with facts.

some fighting scenes were totally unnecessary, they were jammed into this hollow film to fill up the empty spaces.

What would normally be a very entertaining, well made TV movie about a Seal operation now becomes a sub standard replication of a historic event that is maybe much too important to be told in such a light format.

All in all, this movie was poorly acted, poorly directed, poorly produced, historically laughable, tactically ridiculous and a waste of time, money and energy.

But entertaining?

political propaganda or .

Surprisingly enjoyable .

Propaganda film.

Yes it was low budget, yes it was TV movie or the same production value of it but that can make for some really crappy films and this was actually very entertaining.

Mix this with low budget graphics, shallow characters, and thoughtless bang bang, and you have a contender for the worst movie of the year.

Once past her scenes, you slip right back into what is a well made, entertaining evening filler.

Please, PLEASE don't waste your time.

Nevertheless, it's still an enjoyable film.

I found myself yawning throughout.

Boring, political advertisement.

We'll have to wait and see how the second, theatrical bin Laden movie will compare but while this one is flawed it's at least entertaining.

The performances of William Fichtner and Robert Knepper were especially enjoyable.