I don't have a problem with people remembering Chris Kyle, but remember everything, and remember it truthfully. He was a very talented person who had some major flaws, and told some big lies that affected a lot of people. He cashed in on his status as a SEAL, in a community that prides itself on being 'quiet professionals.' I have a problem with that, just like I have a problem with Marcus Luttrell and Richard Marcinko doing it. Of the hundreds of SEALs out there, 99% of them just do their jobs and never get book or movie deals.
Chris Kyle should have been the poster boy for why we need to pour funding into helping our soldiers deal with PTSD and re-entry into everyday life, rather than a recruiting tool.
And it takes skill to shoot a man from a mile away, not necessarily heroism.
If you're going to make a movie about heroism from a bad ass SEAL, make a movie about Michael Monsoor.