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Gerrymandering Reviews

November 6, 2010
Full Review | Original Score: 3/4
November 4, 2010
The film's basic premise -- why can't politics be a reasonable, logical enterprise (like, say, making an indie documentary?) -- is at odds with the realities not just of the American political process but also human nature.
Full Review | Original Score: 2/4
October 29, 2010
It jumps around from California to Texas to Iowa to Louisiana and back, quite literally all over the map, with lots of numbingly repetitive cartographic visuals.
Full Review | Original Score: 2/4
October 15, 2010
An illustrated civics lesson that strains to make its complicated, shadowy subject -- electoral redistricting -- a political hot topic.
Read More | Original Score: 2/4
October 14, 2010
Maybe the whole topic is just too esoteric to warrant feature-length dissection without a craftier firebrand like Michael Moore at the helm.
Full Review | Original Score: 2.5/5
October 14, 2010
While the film adopts a sometimes jaunty tone, the fact is that gerrymandering is bad news, assuming you believe that elections should mean something.
Full Review | Original Score: 3/4
October 14, 2010
If we stipulate that gerrymandering is a pox on the American political process, do we have to sit through a documentary that makes that case in the most earnest, predictable way possible?
Full Review | Original Score: C-
October 13, 2010
Arnold Schwarzenegger appears as the rare politician who supports reform in this timely exposť of how our democracy has slipped off its tracks.
Full Review | Original Score: B+
October 13, 2010
Good policy does not ensure good drama; Gerrymandering summarizes an urgent issue but forgets to detail the true fallout.
Full Review | Original Score: 2/5
October 12, 2010
The California campaign lends a slender structure to a doc that roves country- and history-wide in its attempt to explain how dirty politics have perverted the ideal of representation by population.
October 6, 2010
Watching Gerrymandering is like taking a course on a subject you keenly want to learn about only to discover the lecturer is a boring, old windbag.