Zero Dark Thirty

I have to admit I was disappointed in this movie about the finding and killing of Osama bin Laden. It wasn't the slow moving pace, or that we never really know any of the characters (can you tell me any of their names?), or that the middle-aged fat guy I was told was the CIA officer who figured out bin Laden's location was played by a young woman so beautiful I got dizzy looking at her (if it really was someone like her, there won't be any wonder why they couldn't get any work done in the field office), or the brutality of the torture techniques use in the early days of the operation, but that you never fully understand how intelligent work is done. That it takes long hours and many years is clear, and that it involves a lot of high-tech gadgetry, but I would like to understand better how the pieces of the puzzle were found and put together. Before you say that that doesn't make for an exciting movie, well, while this was suspenseful, it certainly wasn't exciting either.