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Both are very good, went last weekend and saw both. ZDT was my favorite but drug in places. GS was good, but a typical movie in this genre. Was actually a little disappointed, expected more than what it delivered, but still both are very much worth seeing.
I've seen them both within the last week. Gangster Squad was wildly entertaining. Good story, great acting, not as gory (sp?) and hardcore as one might expect but action packed nonetheless, very entertaining and quite comical actually. Sean Penn, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Josh Brolin.... Hell of a cast
ZDT was absolutely riveting. Like someone else above said, there's an obvious spoiler alert. But it was very interesting to see how it all unfolded (loosely speaking of course). The movie is allegedly based on first hand accounts of many crucial events over the course of the roughly 10 year search for Bin Laden. Fantastic acting and directing. There is a reason it's up for numerous academy awards.
All in all, you can't go wrong with either. My wife and I are harsh movie critics and loved them both. Seeing how none of this info will probably help you make a decision, just flip a coin. You won't be disappointed with either.
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