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Who on Earth cares, seriously? Still, a really entertaining and riveting film, very well done, and easily worth seeing. What we get is a ‘Yankwash. Notwithstanding the role of the US in sustaining a puppet dictatorship during the Shah and actively interfering in a sovereign country’s domestic politics for decades prior to the events. The basic fact that for a short period several American consulate workers were in hiding and were flown out under fake identities is true, but a lot is missed out. And no, the fact that it’s based on historical events – and therefore you can’t argue with history – is not an answer precisely because the script takes so many liberties with the events.
This is a great movie. I’m not being an apologist for a state with poor human rights and a dictatorial government – but it is not what is portrayed in this movie. The clear implication was that he did not deserve them. And it really does, in some ways. I can understand the need to spice up events to make them as exciting and entertaining as possible, don’t get me wrong. Still, a really entertaining and riveting film, very well done, and easily worth seeing.
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While I was watching it something was bothering me but I didn’t say anything because I thought the other two were into it, Ben Affleck with a beard doing CIA stuff in Iran being a sort of archetype of what an cool movie should be these days Acting under the cover of a Hollywood subxcene scouting a location for a science fiction film, a CIA agent launches a dangerous operation to rescue six Americans in Tehran during the U. Well done Ben, well done.
Iran is an extraordinary, culturally rich and diverse country, but it is portrayed as populated entirely by shbscene and fundamentalists, with the rest of the population invisible or cowering victims. And no, the fact that it’s based on historical events – and therefore you can’t argue with history – is not an answer precisely because the script takes so many liberties with the events.
Notwithstanding the role of the US in sustaining a puppet dictatorship during the Shah and actively interfering in a sovereign country’s domestic politics for decades prior to the events.
Second Spoiler I guesseven thought it started with a cool premise, the story unraveled poorly and I honestly didn’t get the point. Historical pictures of flag burners, rioters, gate climbers, etc. I don’t care about the liberties taken with history but I care about the ability to portray convincingly the complexity of human emotions and relationships.
But from the moment the movie began up until the end, I was gripping for the characters the whole way, the way movies should be. As I had no history or prior knowledge to the events that transpired in Iran in the s, the brief amount of a history lesson was just enough to maintain my interest. So the USA does another revision on history here. Anyway I kept my mouth shut, and when the movie ended I looked at my two companions.
It did have one irritating thing, though, kind of a big one. So what, they spent the whole movie training, all of it to get through a 5 minute scene at the customs where nothing really happens and another climatic 5 minute chase on the runway where clearly the car has no chance of stopping the plane, and in fact it doesn’t, so there, the end? And make no mistake, a fictitious 2 min car chase at an airport is the closest you ll get to see some emotions ie.
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A reasonably competent movies from a technical point of view, but in other respects very misleading. I’m sorry, but I just don’t buy the excuses. I’m not being an apologist for a state with poor human rights and a dictatorial government – but it is not what is portrayed in this movie.
One thing was clear though: There was a bunch of other stuff I wanted to complain about but that movie was so bland that I forgot. Tense, exciting, and often subttles comic, Argo recreates a historical event with vivid attention to detail and finely wrought characters.
The characters come out of a cardboard factory, they have zero critical self-reflection about their own role in interfering with a foreign country’s domestic affairs, total solidarity with each other and pure love for their partners.
This really was not true.
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What I liked was Ben’s restrained performance as the CIA field operative, and fun to see Subttles Goodman in a straight role, but everything else was a bit lacking. In fact, there is almost no character to speak of, and you’d almost forget him if it weren’t for the fact that he is in almost every scene of the movie.
The clear implication was that he did not deserve wubscene. Affleck’s directing was solid, and the suspense will keep you entertained right through to the last seconds. The story, acting, pacing, editing, etc.
The more accurate story could have been well told – with acceptable dramatic liberties such as condensing number of characters, timescales and even adding the actually never happened car-chasing-a- jumbo-jet-bit as they finally flee – without having to rewrite history t a degree that becomes offensive.
This is a lazy way of film- making. In reality, it wasn’t Tony Mendez or the CIA who were responsible for the success of this operation; actually they were barely there. They first hid in the British consulate, but were moved to Canada House on British advice as best as I can glean from various Internet sourcesand the whole operation was a joint venture between at least three countries.
This is a Disney version of human psyche, a dishonest and partial historical account and a debauchery of time, energy and money ill spent.
It pointed most of the accolades to Affleck’s character and the CIA. Yes, it’s based on a true story – the movie does it’s best to allude that it sticks to technical accuracy. I can understand the need to spice up events to make them as exciting and entertaining as possible, don’t get me wrong.
I was watching this movie with 2 friends and none of us said anything until it was over. Language Xubtitles favourite s Login. I understand it may flatter US patriotism, or recall memories to those who remember the events and I don’t even dispute Affleck’s directorial and acting skills. Hope you will enjoy it. But this film needs to let the audience know that more explicitly than it does, even after the changed postscripts.
But this is only a secondary concern: I can only imagine that this movie has such a good rating because most people haven’t even bothered reviewing it. What I dispute is how incredibly shallow and predictable the storytelling is: As a matter of fact, don’t miss it.