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I May Destroy You
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#Plundermonkeys INCORPORATED. The Republicans are trying to get this type of CORRUPTION going again!!!
Despite its leanings and conclusions, this is informative and insightful.
Funny, sad, and powerful film about the most entertaining cog in our entirely broken system. I need to see Red Scorpion.
Ever wonder how they build the factory that makes the sausages?
Documentary based on Jack Abramoff and Tom Delay and their dirty little tricks in 2006. This movie was an official selection at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. It's so enraging.
"the ends justify the means." A great documentary for anyone and everyone who's ever complained about politics. a must see.
Great morality tale of amoral millionaire lobbyists in the USA, makes our UK lobbying look tame, but speaking as a Charity lobbyist right and wrong are still the same, no matter if your fee can fund a private jet and taking politicians on jollies across the Atlantic! Spacey once again dominates the screen with his amazing energy....a must see for all fans of political intrigue
Although Kevin Spacey did a bang up job as the fictional Casino Jack, the documentary on Abramoff is more of an achievement. Gibney has mined some wonderful interviews and uses a good style to tell this intriguing tale.
Eye opening how this entire scandal came from one small group of college republicans who got their fingers into everything, from action movies to casino gambling to bribery.
Another solid documentary from Alex Gibney. This time he focuses on the corruption that was Jack Abramoff and uses this as a microcosm for the payoffs and lobbying in Congress. As one might imagine, things are even worse than one might think. A little long but filled with damning information.