The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The stories grow more eye-opening as filmmakers Peter Getzels and Eduardo Lopez paint a recurring picture.
Getzels and Lopez take a refreshing approach in this age of punditry and choir-preaching.
As an analysis of the causes of migration, it is one-dimensional and unconvincing. But as a social history of Latinos in America, it is provocative and fascinating.
Cogent doc makes the persuasive argument for the role that U.S. military and corporate interests have played in the influx of immigration from Latin American countries.
The filmmakers retain a touching faith that most Americans won't tolerate injustice when they know about it. This film is meant to teach them.
This sobering and much-needed look at Latino migration is built on an undeniably optimistic premise: that once Americans have accurate facts, "they rarely allow injustices to stand."
Harvest of Empire is never quite wrong, but it's effectiveness is inversely proportional to how hard it's trying.
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