Mary Poppins Returns
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In 75 harrowing minutes, Greenwald spells out why the war has been, for this administration and its friends, a windfall no matter which side claims victory and how many Americans and Iraqi civilians die.
If Greenwald can sneak this onto the air in place of this week's Desperate Housewives, we might start to see some changes around here.
A credible indictment against corporations currently enjoying windfall profits thanks to the Iraq war.
Greenwald is skillful enough to spark a fresh sense of outrage.
... Iraq for Sale has an us-versus-them sensibility that's extremely effective.
Whatever you might think about the centrality of the profit motive to our society, what's going on in Iraq is going to give you pause.
Legalized war profiteers make a killing.
Well-researched, hair-raising investigation of capitalist thievery in Iraq at the expense of the American tax-payer, the GI's and the Iraqi people.
Companheiro temático do excelente Shadow Company, o filme expõe de forma articulada a ganância pavorosa das grandes corporações, que não hesitam em sacrificar vidas e roubar o povo norte-americano com a cumplicidade do próprio governo.
Sure, it won't be seen by the people most in need of seeing it, but it might just energize others into moving away from apathy born of a sense of helplessness.
Robert Greenwald, the man behind a slew of recent political documentaries ... compellingly probes the intersection of the public and private spheres in the Iraq war.
As a film, it has its share of problems, but as rabble rousing, it's a first rate rallying cry.
This movie should make you angry no matter what your political affiliation. It got a lot better towards the end...
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