American Sniper Movie Analysis

696 Words3 Pages
Breaking the box office, with six Oscar nomiees, American Sniper is a captavating, life-changing, and gripping movie. Directed by renowned actor and film director Clint Eastwood, American Sniper is a true story based on Chris Kyle’s autobiography. Kyle was not only awarded one Silver Star Medal, four Bronze Star Medals with "V" devices, but he was also awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal. Additionally, in 2008 he was named the World’s deadliest Sniper, with 160 confirmed kills. Kyle was later honorably discharged from the U.S. Navy in 2009. American Sniper defined all odds, when it came out in 2014, with a phenomenal casting crew, DISCUSS HOW BEST WAR MOVIE The movie starts out with Kyle at a young age hunting with his father. As the movie goes on, you begin to see who he involves into as a person; and when he meets the love of his life. Once Kyle is stationed in Iraq, he takes out one of America’s largest target at the time. The shot was to go down as one of the best shots in history. In the scene where he takes out the sniper, the camera man managed to give a clear-eyed view of what it was like to be in Chris Kyle’s shoes. After coming home…show more content…
The full reason the movie did not receive all five stars, was due to the fact that the movie did not include Kyle’s death. Respectfully, to his family, Clint Eastwood left the part out where Chris Kyle dies. The movie exonerated all the emotions I had left in my body, by the end of the movie. American Sniper was a look from the World’s deadliest, most renowned sniper. Not only were the graphics outstanding ,but the way the casting crew managed to gratify his journey, is overall absolutely beautiful. American Sniper, is hands down the best War movie of all time. “If there was ever going to be a movie that was even going to come close to getting it right, this was it.”-(Taya Kyle, late wife of Chris

More about American Sniper Movie Analysis

Open Document