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Too bad, then, that Good Fortune is such a doggedly hagiographic nonfiction portrait, reducing his entire saga and ethos to PR-style slogans.
The movie itself plays more like a corporate recruitment video - or an extended episode of "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" - than a deep, discerning dive into an American success story.
He's a pleasure to spend time with, which is one reason this movie goes down so easy.
No matter where you fall on the economic spectrum, John Paul's story is the inspiration for everyone to give.
Whilst the portrayal of John Paul DeJoria is arguably one sided, Good Fortune is a heart-warming rags to riches story, overcoming both social and economical adversity.
Slick and well-edited with a captivating rags-to-riches story, but it's too busy exalting John Paul DeJoria to profoundly explore its themes or to ask intriguing questions.
A decidedly one-sided cinematic paean to a rare good guy among the one percent that goes down easily, making you feel better in the knowledge that someone like him exists.
Upbeat story of a self-made millionaire who considers "sharing" his cash with worthy charities his life's work -- it only lacks a single skeptical second-guessing/fact-checking source or critic.
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