I thought this film did a good job paying respect to those in Boston. I thought that this film put a positive light on the community of Boston for the most part.
This may not be a film for everyone. The F word is thrown out there a lot in the film, there are drugs and alcohol seen in the film as well as some graphic and violent scenes. It is an educational and enlightening film if you are not completely aware of everything which occurred at the marathon or following the marathon trying to capture the bombers.
I loved the end credits dedication to everyone who's story was being depicted in this film.
It was an enlightening film. It depicted the investigation and process very well.
I wish that the F word was dropped as often in this film.
It was filmed like a documentary; especially when it came to how the marathon was shot. I appreciated the real footage. You could distinguish when real footage was used because it tended to be the worst quality footage.
I did not know about the ITT Tech students hacking car or the shooting.
I did not know about the story of the bombers at all or the major shooting after the Marathon. I was not aware of the lock down of Boston.
This film was enlightening seeing the Investigation process of all the items put together for the investigation of the bombing.