Watched the film
I watched the film last night (legal copy from Netflix which took 2 months to get) and I can say that I wasn't overly impressed. It wasn't a bad film, but I don't think the 400 Oscars it won was deserved. I can name a half dozen war films off the top of my head that I think were much better.
The funny thing about this whole copyright fiasco is that the producers of "The Hurt Locker" stole the concept and the plot from an Iraq veteran (Michael Sarver) without compensating him a penny. Typical.
Getting people to stop using windows is more or less the same as trying to get people to stop smoking tobacco products. They dont want to change; they are happy with slowly dying inside. -- munky99999