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“Probably The Most Accurate Scene I’ve Seen”: Poorly Reviewed 2016 War Movie Gets Near-Perfect Score From Expert

“Probably The Most Accurate Scene I’ve Seen”: Poorly Reviewed 2016 War Movie Gets Near-Perfect Score From Expert

Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk scores a high realism grade from an Iraq War Veteran despite its poor reviews. Directed by Ang Lee, Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk follows Joe Alwyn’s eponymous soldier as he embarks on a victory tour following a major battle, with a narrative that aims to explore the differences between Lynn’s combat experiences and Americans’ perception of the conflict. The movie, which also stars Vin Diesel, Chris Tucker, and Steve Martin, earned mostly poor reviews from critics, with criticism levied at the movie’s story and high frame rate (HFR) presentation.

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