American Sniper, the Clint Eastwood movie about the late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, is expected to make more than $200 million in ten days, CNN reports. That's something only a handful of R-rated movies have done before.
The film is in large part an action movie set in the Iraq war, but it also depicts the sacrifices Kyle and his family made as he served four tours of duty. That said, the film has a major history problem: It deeply misrepresents why America went to war in Iraq and how the war actually went down. These inaccuracies aren't peripheral problems; they do a disservice to Iraqis and American veterans alike. See how in the video above.