Uncovered: The War on Iraq (2004)
Critic Reviews for Uncovered: The War on Iraq
Packs a powerful punch if you're ready for a lesson in foreign policy.
Made up of almost nothing but talking heads, and no matter how cogent their statements, it makes for a pretty static movie that's unlikely to engage anyone opposed to its point of view.
Despite its slant, the movie offers some illuminating details, and director Robert Greenwald constructs a solid argument that the Iraq war was driven more by expedient politics than facts.
Uncovered: The War on Iraq is like a trial lawyer's summation during a lengthy case in which allegations are familiar but their full context is not.
Any person voting in this year's presidential election owes it to America's future to see this film.
Audience Reviews for Uncovered: The War on Iraq
You won't find anything particularly revelatory in this doc from Robert Greenwald about how the Bush administration orchestrated a war based on flimsy evidence. Seeing it all laid out again in detail provides a reminder of how grateful we all should be for having the likes of Bush out of office.
I just...I can't even say anything except... [size=7]HOW ARE 59 MILLION PEOPLE BE SO F[i]U[/i]CKING STUPID?!?!?![/size] [size=7][/size] Good documentary. B+:fresh:
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