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The Corporation is a satisfyingly dense, thought-provoking rebuttal to some of capitalism's central arguments.
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This smart, informative and lively polemic makes a strong case for viewing the corporation--which enjoys the legal status of an individual--as a psychopath run amok.
A history lesson, a warning shot and damning personality profile, all backed up with expert interviews.
Carries a powerful, albeit not new, message. It is frightening.
The rare movie that sets out to alter the audience's consciousness -- and succeeds.
This documentary's extra-long running time and a narrator who sounds like a sedated Star Trek computer won't win many converts.
This is a movie that will make you think.
Eye-opening docu on corporate power is timely, provocative.
The 150-year old legal construct of the corporation, as a "person," is dissected for all to see how its lack of accountability has enabled the faulty model to become a ruling institution, acting beyond the reach of any government.
As a clever joke, the filmmakers run down a list of the traits of a psychopath and find a corporate action to match each one. Diagnosis: psychopath. It's cute, but it's a logical fallacy.
An impressive array of interviewees, from Michael Moore to Milton Friedman, give their take on modern capitalism.
The undercurrent of this exhaustive critique is really all about good and evil, and in what ways often sordid human history is determined, not as a product of malice, but by the most typical people who could care less.
It's the Lord of the Rings of modern documentaries: epic, vivid, wise, well-paced, expansive%u2014the kind of movie that makes you want to do more with your life.
This movie will infuriate you, no matter which side of the debate you're on.
A well-made eye-opener documentary.
Shocking, effective, leftist, snarky and entertaining Canadian.
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