You should definitely pay the extra dollar or two to see it in a state of the art movie theater with full sub-sonic audio system. Then, sit in the back row because you`ll get what you pay for: this story of insanely courageous U.S. Army bomb-disposal guys in Iraq is loud.
I`ve loved director Kathryn Bigelow
, who is like a 6`-tall real life version of one of James Cameron`s butt-kicking babes (she`s one of Cameron`s countless ex-wives), since 1991`s "Point Break,"
which featured a hat-trick of Hollywood`s most cerebral-looking leading men — Keanu Reeves, Patrick Swayze, and Gary Busey — as surfing bankrobbers.
Bigelow`s shtick is a little like Patti Smith`s or Chrissie Hynde`s in rock music a generation ago: being an admiring but slightly astounded outside observer of masculinity at its most unhinged.