America: Imagine the World Without Her Reviews

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December 23, 2014
A heinously inflammatory propaganda piece that gives the documentary form and even-minded conservatives bad names, "America: Imagine the World Without Her" boils down to 105 minutes of uneducated ignorance.
August 7, 2014
There's no doubt that D'Souza loves America, but he loves it much in the same way that we all do: According to a map of his own design.
July 17, 2014
"America" would be simply annoying if it were just preaching to the choir; what makes it unendurable is the fact that D'Souza and Sullivan can't craft a sermon that would keep even the choir awake, interested, and entertained.
July 12, 2014
Divisive D'Souza: Imagine an America without him!
July 11, 2014
Highly charged docu has strongly conservative message.
July 11, 2014
D'Souza's main problem here is that he has really made three films in one, and he has failed to flesh out any of the three. (Full Content Listings for Parents also available)
July 8, 2014
Is Dinesh D'Souza stupid? This seems like kind of faux-innocent question the far-right columnist and polemicist poses all the time. But the answer honestly isn't clear.
July 6, 2014
This is an unusually odious effort because it is so hugely hypocritical and ultimately self-serving.
July 4, 2014
The actual problem with America is that it is structured poorly, with a third act that seems tacked on even though that's where it finally gets to the point.
July 4, 2014
D'Souza has a gift for stating his opponent's position without actually addressing it.
July 3, 2014
The ways D'Souza appropriates famous figures and misreads history (slavery wasn't so bad, because all civilizations did it, he argues at one point) are ludicrous.
July 3, 2014
You could bother debating D'Souza on history and semantics and rudimentary logic, but chances are you'd end up feeling like Meathead arguing with Archie Bunker.
July 3, 2014
Graced with a hilariously definitive title, America is astonishingly facile, a film comprised entirely of straw man arguments.
July 3, 2014
Hilariously, just minutes after reducing Occupy Wall Street to an assault on small hamburger shops, D'Souza attacks insurance companies and Wall Street executives as fellow travelers in Obamacare, this country's one unpardonable sin.
July 3, 2014
It's "Sesame Street"-style show and tell, complete with highly suggestive musical cues.
July 3, 2014
Throughout the film, we see D'Souza walking through American landmarks, gravely studying them, deep in contemplation. It brings to mind the old joke about the government: Trust me. I'm here to help.
July 2, 2014
Ironically, in presenting the argument against Zinn and others by attacking what D'Souza terms indictments of America, he takes a page directly out of the Zinn playbook. AMERICA asks one very important question: what's been left out of the history books?
July 2, 2014
The cinematic equivalent of one of those forwarded e-mails of mostly discredited "facts" that you receive from an uncle ...
July 2, 2014
D'Souza asks softball questions of those he agrees with ("What is your American dream?" he asks U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz) and leading questions of others, and his narration is peppered with generalities, platitudes and truisms.
July 1, 2014
Dinesh D'Souza taps his Tea Party audience for more Obama-bashing cash before he goes to prison for trying to buy an election.
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