7 films based on real events that deceived and are not so real you so

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Add "based on a true story"In a movie is a recipe for unsuspecting viewers buy movie tickets. As we know, Hollywood has a habit of sensationalize things and change the truth to make it more connected with what the directors want to do. Sometimes history can be a bit monotonous and some plots need to be changed. It's time to look beyond the big screen and understand that these are not as long so true.

Based on real events? Not so much!

"Fargo" (1996)

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Add "based on a true story"In a movie is a recipe for unsuspecting viewers buy movie tickets. As we know, Hollywood has a habit of sensationalize things and change the truth to make it more connected with what the directors want to do. Sometimes history can be a bit monotonous and some plots need to be changed. It's time to look beyond the big screen and understand that these are not as long so true.

Based on real events? Not so much!

"Fargo" (1996)

"Fargo" begins with the phrase: "This is a true story." And what viewers expect is to see a real plot that happened in Minnesota in 1987. The credits, however, belie the whole question of reality, since states that "all the characters are fictitious." The Coens were inspired only in isolated cases that actually happened, which does not mean they did not create storylines. In 2016, 20 years after the premiere of the film, the brothers revealed that almost all came out of their heads.

"There are two small elements in the story were based on real incidents. One is the fact that there was a guy, I believe that in the 60 or 70, he was erasing car serial numbers and robbing General Motors. There was no kidnapping. There was no murder. It was just a guy robbing GM. The other thing based on something real: had a murder in Connecticut, where a man killed his wife and put his body into a wood chipper. But beyond that, the story was made up, "said Joe.

"Argo" (2012)

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"Argo", Ben Affleck, was a great success in 2012 and went on to win three Academy Awards, including Best Picture. This does not mean, however, that the film is quite faithful to the story of the rescue of six Americans, imprisoned in the house of canandese ambassador in Tehran, Iran, after the uprising of Iranians against the United States. According to Canadians, the film minimizes the participation of Canada in any rescue plan hostage. None other than former US President Jimmy Carter criticized the writers for virtually ignore the action of Canada, saying that "90% of contributions to ideas and consummation of the plan were Canadians. And the film gives almost all the credit for the CIA. "

"Foxcatcher - A Story that Shocked the World" (2014)

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"Argo", Ben Affleck, was a great success in 2012 and went on to win three Academy Awards, including Best Picture. This does not mean, however, that the film is quite faithful to the story of the rescue of six Americans, imprisoned in the house of canandese ambassador in Tehran, Iran, after the uprising of Iranians against the United States. According to Canadians, the film minimizes the participation of Canada in any rescue plan hostage. None other than former US President Jimmy Carter criticized the writers for virtually ignore the action of Canada, saying that "90% of contributions to ideas and consummation of the plan were Canadians. And the film gives almost all the credit for the CIA. "

"Foxcatcher - A Story that Shocked the World" (2014)

"foxcatcher" tells the story of Dave Schultz Fighter murder by John du Pont. Much of what appears on screen is true, but the directors had a lot of freedom with the timeline and the relationships between the characters as well. For example, "foxcatcher" shows the rapid seizure of du Pont by police. In fact, the millionaire hid in his mansion for several days. The film is not clear how much real time has passed between Dave Schultz join the Time foxcatcher in 1989, and his death.

In 1996, du Pont began to lose interest in the game, announcing it would stop contributing to its 400 thousand dollars a year for the team - a fact that was out of the film - months before killing Dave. Although the film show completely uninterested Mark in the fight after leaving the team, he was part of the University of Brigham team, where he stayed for years before his brother was killed.

"American Sniper" (2015)

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"American Sniper", Clint Eastwood, has won many awards and recognition, but also a lot of controversy.

Critics pointed out the differences between the life of Chris Kyle, the sniper with more confirmed deaths in US military history, and the character played by Bradley Cooper. One of several distortions comes in the form of Mustafa, the enemy sniper. Mustafa appears in Kyle's autobiography in just one paragraph, while in the film he is his rival for years.

"The Blind Side" (2009)

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"American Sniper", Clint Eastwood, has won many awards and recognition, but also a lot of controversy.

Critics pointed out the differences between the life of Chris Kyle, the sniper with more confirmed deaths in US military history, and the character played by Bradley Cooper. One of several distortions comes in the form of Mustafa, the enemy sniper. Mustafa appears in Kyle's autobiography in just one paragraph, while in the film he is his rival for years.

"The Blind Side" (2009)

In 2009, "The Blind Side" showed how Michael Oher was adopted by a wealthy family and overcame all odds to become a star in the NFL. Earned Sandra Bullock an Oscar. It also inspired the true Oher to write a book to set the record straight. To begin with, he explained that Leigh Anne Tuhoy, played by Bullock on the big screen, did not have to teach him to play football. "No, that's not me! I studied - in fact - the game since I was a child, "he said. "I felt it was interpreted as a donkey instead of a child who never had a consistent academic instruction and ended successful when understood."

"A Beautiful Mind" (2001)

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This classic with Russel Crowe gave an inspiring look at the life of John Nash Nobel economics winner. It is also highly fictionalized. He never went to Wheeler Lab at MIT, because there is not. He actually became an instructor at MIT. Nash also never worked for the Department of Defense. The film shows him as a father, and that he became a real life ... a child out of wedlock, and he abandoned his mother. Nash also never gave a speech when he won the Nobel Prize.

"Rush - The Edge of Emotion" (2013)

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This classic with Russel Crowe gave an inspiring look at the life of John Nash Nobel economics winner. It is also highly fictionalized. He never went to Wheeler Lab at MIT, because there is not. He actually became an instructor at MIT. Nash also never worked for the Department of Defense. The film shows him as a father, and that he became a real life ... a child out of wedlock, and he abandoned his mother. Nash also never gave a speech when he won the Nobel Prize.

"Rush - The Edge of Emotion" (2013)

The film generated several good reviews, but it is full of historical exaggeration. One of the biggest distortions is that James Hunt and Niki Lauda are interpreted as rivals number 1. In fact, the two were good friends and even lived together for a while.

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