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A documentary that chillingly illustrates the decline not only of democracy but of moral leadership in America.
[A] thorough, chilling rabbit-hole inquiry ...
It's a lot to take in, as names and numbers zip by, yet missing some of its points may be healthy. To explore every moment is to risk overdosing on outrage.
Active Measures is an assault on the eyes, the ears, the mind.
"Active Measures" names the names and fills in the flowchart of Trump's corruption with gripping authority.
Riveting and authoritative.
How seriously should we take this documentary?
Ardent supporters of Donald Trump will find Active Measures difficult to digest. However, the mountain of evidence the film provides cannot be discounted. The threads connected are well-sourced and incriminating.
Director and co-writer Jack Bryan doesn't come up with a smoking gun per se, but he builds an exhaustive case for Russian duplicity.
You'll have to suspend disbelief. Of course it's not possible that our President would criticize Canada's Justin Trudeau while sanctifying Russia's Vladimir Putin and North Korea's Kim Jong-un.
Proceed with caution in this disclaimer-free Dem infomercial in doc sheep's clothing. And one-side-to-every-story carnival barker spree - the best line from a smirking talking head asked for proof: Everything I know that's interesting, I can't tell you.
Bryan's done some good and noble work. But until investigative committees provide him with the final act of this story, the rest of us will just have to hold out for the pee tape.
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