Sun said that war is the way of deception. This is Sun Tzu's way to end a battle quickly, focusing more on the psychological and less on the brute physical. Yet some people take exception to this method that resorts to trickery. Would that mean they would be fine with fighting a war with no secrets? Have they not learned that our greatest underdog heroes resorted to cunning strategies that beat a far superior enemy? Have there been a great film that the protagonist didn't employ a plan of surprise to prevail in the end?