Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden (2012)

Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden (2012)

Cam GigandetJenny GabrielleAnson MountFreddy Rodríguez
John Stockwell,Paulette Victor-Lifton


Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden (2012) is a English,Arabic,Pushto movie. John Stockwell,Paulette Victor-Lifton has directed this movie. Cam Gigandet,Jenny Gabrielle,Anson Mount,Freddy Rodríguez are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2012. Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden (2012) is considered one of the best Action,Crime,Drama,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

When the rumored whereabouts of Osama bin Laden is revealed, the CIA readies a team of seasoned U.S. Navy SEALs for the mission of a lifetime. Despite inconclusive evidence that bin Laden is inside the compound, and ignoring the possible ramifications of an unannounced attack on Pakistani soil, the Pentagon orders the attack. The SEAL Team bands together to complete their mission of justice in a riveting final showdown.


Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden (2012) Reviews

  • The story of how Seal Team 6 kills Osama Bin Laden


    This was a movie I wanted to see based on the hype from NatGeo. This could have been a terrific movie if properly developed, because all the elements are here: how the CIA found Osama Bin Laden, how Seal Team 6 trained for the mission, how Seal Team 6 killed Osama Bin Laden, and the aftermath of Osama's death on the aircraft carrier. Unfortunately, none of this was done; instead, the producers decided to dramatize the killing of Osama Bin Laden and Seal Team 6's involvement in the typical 1940-1950's style. Instead of sticking to the facts of Osama's killing, the producers dramatized his death and the role of Seal Team 6. This movie seems to have been developed way before the news media released all the information they could gather about the killing of Osama Bin Laden and Seal Team 6's involvement. Almost everything has been dramatized to the detriment of the real story. This movie has more fiction than a novel. The movie has the feel of a Roger Corman quickie: bad script, mostly unknown actors, poorly directed, and acted. It was put together way too fast. It is a shame that Bob and Harvey Weinstein are associated with this dreadful movie. At the end, the movie is dedicated to the armed forces and intelligence community for what they do on a daily basis to keep us free. As a veteran, I am insulted with this trash. This movie deserves a turkey rating. Another problem was the way National Geographic presented the movie: way too many commercial breaks with way too many commercials. This movie should have been shown commercial free.

  • Simply dreadful


    Where to start? First off, it should have been a sign when this movie went from a theater release to a late night cable TV release. It seems as if every effort was made to make this movie as cheesy and campy as humanly possible. It simply stinks. None of the actors portraying SEALs, from Cam Gigandet, Anson Mount, Xzibit, etc were believable in their roles. This contributed to, and in many ways, enhanced, the horrible dialogue and crappy tactics. It seemed to me that the production crew relied on a teenage Call of Duty player as a technical and tactical adviser for the film, while also disregarding virtually all the confirmed details about the raid. For crying out loud, the most anticipated line in the movie, wasn't even historically accurate! Technical problems cripple any amount of believability this film could have had. First off, the weaponry is ridiculous. I'm supposed to believe that not a single one of America's Tier One special operators is smart enough to realize that back-up iron sights are a good idea on a rifle? Then, why wear NVG's at all if you're not going to use them, and for the ones who did decide to use them at random times during the movie, i'm sure the bright white flashlight didn't screw things up at all. CQB? Non-existent in this movie! The SEALs all run through the houses shouting as loud as possible. All in all, this movie was poorly acted, poorly directed, poorly produced, historically laughable, tactically ridiculous and a waste of time, money and energy. The only bright spot of the movie was William Fichtner, who is quite good in most roles he plays. The rest of the movie? Rubbish. Charlie Sheen's "Navy SEALs" was a more accurate SEAL film. Save your two hours, wait for Zero Dark Thirty, or watch Act of Valor. This movie fails.

  • More painful to watch than having fingernails peeled off with pliers


    This movie is pretty horrendous. It is less entertaining than a 60 Minutes special report. It is so painfully slow, there is virtually no action--so it's value as an action movie is zero. For a movie, it plain sucks. It is so boring. For a still sucks. It is so boring. The political agenda is so flagrant that you want to vomit. It's released for the presidential election; it opens with clips of Obama debating with various Republicans. It takes the time to show a quote of Romney saying how it's not worth it to move heaven and earth to catch one man. Really?? What the hell does that have anything to do with anything...except as some pathetic Hollywood endorsement of Obama. The movie tries to make Obama out to be the hero and the SEALs were just along for the ride. What's with all the Republican bashing? It's sad and pathetic. Boring, political advertisement.

  • Insulting to the Military and Intelligence Communities


    I gave it a one because it was the lowest rating possible. If we were to edit this movie down to the facts, it would have been about five minutes long. It's one thing to take some artistic licence with a true story, but this movie didn't take licence. It seemed like they didn't get any support from the military and they didn't do much research. A lot of the details I noticed probably wouldn't have been noted by the average viewer. However, the most glaring detail was the way the military was portrayed - like a bunch of high school drama queens. The kind of garbage portrayed in this movie was unrealistic at best. Please, PLEASE don't waste your time.

  • Oh brother! Just another campaign tool


    Now that the dust of the recent presidential election has settled (and other information about the search for OBL has come to light), we can see this flick for what it really was--just a campaign tool to put Obama in a heroic light, both for benefit of the election and for history. Produced by Weinstein, one of Obama's biggest boosters in the film industry. Lots of deeply serious and introspective Obama commentary during the flick. Boy, is he brilliant or what? But on numerous points we now know Weinstein simply fabricated as he went along. The film DOES paint a flattering portrait of seal training and the Skype videos with loved ones at home were moving; that's the reason the movie gets two stars instead of just one. Like the movie "JFK," this one does a disservice to history. Oh, well. These are interesting times we live in.


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