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A vigorous but clumsily argued expose of the corrupt family-court practices that have turned one of life's more painful experiences into a $50 billion-a-year industry.
If this movie were a person, it would be the kind of person you'd avoid because you fear he might explode one day and you'd rather not be there when it happens.
The tone ranges from wounded to disgusted, but a movie positing this deep a rot in the system needs to be more measured and better made to take hold.
[A] melodramatic attack on America's family law system.
Statistics are few and far between, a look at solutions from countries where divorce is supposedly more civil proves too thin to be useful, and, worst of all, the victims's stories are largely flimsy and one-sided.
A back-stiffening doc that makes a persuasive case for the reform of family law court, and in particular a decoupling of money from issues regarding parental custody and visitation rights.
Documentary tackles the divorce industry with the same zeal as the lawyers it rebukes.
Infuriating, but lacking the balance to be the take-down of a corrupt system that it claims to be.
After you see this entertaining documentary, you will be depressed about the U.S. divorce industry and may vow never to get married or have kids.
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