The New York Film Critics Circle has dishonored itself by naming the odious "Zero Dark Thirty" as best picture of 2012. This is a movie that lies about history and -- contrary to the posturing of the film makers -- endorses torture as an effective (and in the Bin Laden case essential, the biggest lie) method. 

Dan Froomkin explains why this movie deserves to be shunned, not celebrated.
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