"Of course they are, they’re massively biased, but the bias is more subtle. But the critics are so stupid they don’t see it and that stuns me. I mean, why would anybody want to make a film about the hunting down and killing of somebody? The purpose is to keep the devil alive, to keep the devil of Bin Laden alive -- this one’s still got some mileage."
Loach would not be the first (or second, or twentieth) person to accuse "Zero Dark Thirty" of pro-American or pro-CIA bias, or to accuse critics of being too dopey to see said bias. Of course, the CIA itself didn't think "Zero Dark Thirty" was a pro-CIA movie (acting agency director Michael Morell wrote a letter to all CIA employees outlining the film's "false" impressions). And I didn't find the film to be a particularly positive portrait of America or its government and intelligence agencies. But maybe that letter is a CIA black op or something. Or, y'know, I'm stupid.