Killing bin Laden didn’t add much to the story already told by Zero Dark Thirty and Seal Team Six, and did the lowest-budget job at that. This documentary also had a propagandistic feel to it as it focused more on President Obama and his decision-making process, and built up Operation Neptune Spear as one of the greatest in all of military history. It was a significant and well-executed operation, to be sure, but I doubt that it ranks among the greatest considering how low the threat in the compound turned out to be. Ironically, one of the main contributions of this documentary is its insistence that this operation was not as dramatic as the other films made it out to be. In fact, in its point that I most appreciated, this documentary placed higher value on the intelligence gathered from hard drives, flash drives, and documents from the compound than on the elimination of Geronimo.