Critic Review - Salon.com

D'Souza's demented anti-Obama crusade feels personal more than political.

August 30, 2012 Full Review Source: Salon.com | Comments (40)
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Daniel Bronson

Daniel Bronson

There are no facts involved here. D'Souza's lies have already been debunked.

Sep 4 - 06:19 PM

andy b.

andy bristol

O'Hehir wrote about Michael Moore:

"Moore is not just a traditional muckracker, but a crusading artist -- like Dickens, Solzhenitsyn and Springsteen -- and has become a signal artist of our time." He also compared him favorably to Walt Whitman and Mark Twain...kind of embarrassing.

If you were looking for an objective review of any value, you'll have to look elsewhere.

Sep 5 - 06:21 AM

Tyler Barker

Tyler Barker

Compared him favorably to Walt Whitman and Mark Twain? Wow! These liberals live in a fantasy world where Barack Obama is a genius, where poor people drive the economy and where Joy Behar is hot.

Sep 6 - 08:43 PM

Tyler Barker

Tyler Barker

I think Andrew's review can best be summed up in one word - drivel. If you're a communist, a Nazi, or an enemy of America, you'll hate this movie. If you love America, you'll love this movie.

Sep 6 - 08:40 PM

Dan Andrus

Dan Andrus

I certantally don't consider myself a expert on politics by any means
It just seems like the demarcates believe every bad thing they here about a republican canadate and don't believe any bad thing they here about a democrat canadate and visa versa
Maybe they all lie and count on the rest of us just being suckers

Sep 8 - 04:04 PM

Michael Armour

Michael Armour

You gave Fahrenheit 9/11 a fresh vote even though you described it as "an angry film, a flawed film." Now you give Obama's America a rotten vote because it "feels personal more than political?!" Wow. Not hard to see that your political views dictate your movie reviews. Be a movie critic, not a wanna-be political analyst.

Sep 15 - 05:45 AM

Michael Armour

Michael Armour

You gave Fahrenheit 9/11 a fresh vote even though you described it as "an angry film, a flawed film." Now you give Obama's America a rotten vote because it "feels personal more than political?!" Wow. Not hard to see that your political views dictate your movie reviews. Be a movie critic, not a wanna-be political analyst.

Sep 15 - 05:47 AM

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