Starring: Angelina Jolie, Dan Futterman, Archie Panjabi, Irfan Khan

If you are concerned about the war on terrorism, or if you don’t think it has any real basis in fact, then you should see this movie.  The movie was made well, looked very independent.  I was struck that the movie did not really make a political statement one way or the other, it really just showed the story, and let you decide.  In this movie, you had the zealous American CIA operative that loved the fact that they were able to torture
people in that part of the world to get information, but then they showed in several instances, where the torture methods, and scare tactics worked to get the information they needed.  I have to say, I’m surprised that anti-war activists like Brad Pitt, and Angelina Jolie, made this movie, and it just proves that they are truly people who should be respected in their fields, to be able to act/direct without letting their own feelings on things, bleed into what was a gripping, and sadly true, story.  I could go on about this one, but basically I would give this movie four out of five stars.  Watch it.