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Entertainment Weekly | '13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi' Review

Entertainment Weekly

Rarely do films based on true stories hit theaters without hailstorms of fact-checking and cries of historical revisionism. The filmmakers and their supporters typically hit back with the argument that there was never a mandate for complete factual accuracy—that would be a documentary—and as long as the spirit of those portrayed on screen is accurately captured and viewers are not grossly misled, there’s no real harm being done. It’s just a movie.

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