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No one says filmmakers have to be objective, but there's a point where you can alienate even those who agree with you. This picture eventually goes off the rails, and it's likely to please only the most virulent of Schwarzenegger haters.
Perfectly in tone with election season, Dan Cox's documentary plays like a 30-second political attack ad (at 144 times the length), rehashing the accusations that have been bouncing off the Austrian-born movie star for years.
It's a shame that [Director Dan] Cox resorts to such Rove-style foolishness.
The naïve clarity of the bias makes the film a bit more fun to watch, as Dan Cox takes the baseball to Arnie' image and his persona with a relish
This is a would-be hatchet job that's too petty to cut past the Governator's protective beefcake.
Even if you sympathize with the movie's politics, it's impossible to embrace its hysterical approach.
There is simply nothing revelatory about any of it, however salacious. This is all old news and consequently not particularly interesting.
Unfortunately, Cox's film doesn't engender trust.
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