In a few hours, 2014’s highest grossing U.S. movie will be available at both Netflix (by mail) and Redbox (Kiosk) on DVD and Blu-ray. It’s been six months since I’ve since this emotional roller coaster and I’m not sure it’s time yet for a second viewing.
From my movie review of American Sniper:
Bradley Cooper’s 40-pound weight gain and phenomenal performance in “American Sniper” makes this his stand-alone, shining career moment so far. He meticulously displays Kyle’s disarming smile, warm personality and endless love for his wife. The genuineness of Kyle is always found in Cooper’s eyes—whether he’s beaming with joy, attempting to control his anger, or staring through a rifle’s scope. Perfectly complimenting Cooper’s potent character is the Taya Kyle role of devoted military wife and mother—effortlessly played by Sienna Miller. Together, these two make “American Sniper” and drive the storyline home.”
Here’s my entire American Sniper movie review.
And a few more links with information on this movie…
Chris Kyle reviews American Sniper (the book) – with video also of director Clint Eastwood
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