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I May Destroy You
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Portrait of a determined, hard working woman that is an inspiration to a generation of entitled people.
Polarizing, biased, and incredibly boring. How do you give a negative star rating on here?
If you're well-acquainted with RBG, you'll likely love this film. If you're anyone else, it's hero-worship, but it can pass the time well.
This movie does not present her in an accurate light and many aspects of her life were romanticized. Poorly written and made.
A great narrative for a society that continues to be clueless on how to respond to strong women.
It was incredibly boring.
Propaganda that was purchased and delivered for the liberal socialists who are trying to run the country.
Personal portrait of an extraordinary woman.
RBG documents the life and legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Unfortunately, I didn't know a whole lot about Justice Ginsberg before watching this film but it was a pleasure to learn about her accomplishments and to see her personality shine through in this documentary. The film was very captivating and well put together with the mix of interviews and archive footage. What a revolutionary. - "I ask no favour for my sex. All I ask of our brethren is that they take their feet off our necks".
great great great!! inspiring forever