Why I Almost Walked Out of American Sniper

I myself.. Had to walk out.. I told my husband I was going to use the lady’s room.. I had to step out to catch my breath.. We are all, or at least most are guilty of putting the realty of what our soldiers are going through.. Their families are going through.. The sacrifices they are making.. we are tucking all of those realities into the back of our minds.. Out of site.. I guess out of mind.. American Soldier for me at least was a huge “Realization” of how great we have it.. and as a Mom, A Wife, I can’t imagine the pain of wanting my husband.. my soul mate home.. and knowing how he is in harm’s way every minute he is gone.. I will never be the same.. Not after watching this movie.. I will be Better..

Hale and Hearty Words

American Sniper

You might have clicked on this post expecting to find some anti-American, leftist liberal rant on the military and how America is a bully, based on the title I posted. But you’re not going to find that here. Ever.

And it’s pretty rare for me to post a movie review, and this isn’t really that, either.

But I did almost walk out of this movie. Twice, actually.

But before we get to that, let me tell you the reasons why I think you (and everyone else) should see this movie. In the process of doing that, I think I can better explain why I almost walked out.

You need to see this movie because, as everyone who sees it will agree, Chris Kyle (the American Navy SEAL & sniper whom the movie depicts) did some amazing stuff for America.

Hero? Yes. Expert skills? Definitely. And the fact that he survived…

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