By no means do I think that this is a work of being Simply, it is just a movie exploring the hunt of al-Qaeda. While the torture scenes were interesting, and controversial for whatever reason (my own old mother could watch it and not see anything that would spark a panic), that's like 1/3 of the movie. Another third is how they could track Osama. Talking to people, and desk work.
Chastain is great in this movie, but the supporting characters are expendable and just there to be there and assist her in the hunt for al-Qaeda.
The last 30 minutes seem to be buzzworthy. Yeah, it's suspenseful, but same with tons of other movies which can generate just the right about of suspense for me as well, so it's nothing special.
I would watch it once just to watch it, but I'm not going to re-watch it again because it is such a "great