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By not exploiting his subjects as a freak show for laughs, the film provokes unease.
A contemplative yetfrustratingly superficial critique of a toxic situation in whichaudiences are being treated as sexual objects at increasingly early ages.
Roberts hearkens back to the days of his youth as "a more innocent time," a familiar-enough complaint that he makes persuasive: when dirty magazines were rare, and sex, though certainly on adolescents' minds, wasn't also everywhere else.
In no way does America The Beautiful 3 reinvent the wheel, but it is an important and eye-opening documentary that serves more as educational than entertainment.
Darryl Roberts does it again with this searing indictment of pop culture's criminal sexualization of children in the name of the almighty dollar.
America the Beautiful 3 offers neither easy answers nor substantial depth. But it accomplishes something few documentaries do. It holds a mirror up to the nation's culture. The reflection isn't pretty.
Continues to demonstrate good intentions but virtually nonexistent abilities, tackling an important but hardly new issue in irresponsible fashion.
Powerful docu has graphic scenes and strong language.
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