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Sometimes a movie featuring a man sitting on a chair talking to the camera is exactly as uncompelling as that sounds.
This one's for the conspiracy-minded only.
Mr. Moss's message is clear, shrewdly edited and peculiarly interesting.
Though a documentary, it's dramatic enough to be reminiscent of "The Insider," the whistleblowing thriller about Big Tobacco.
Like many docs with activist undertones, Second Opinion tells a potentially interesting story in a bland way - a fixed camera on its main subject, who recounts the story detail by detail.
Without hearing from some of the many cancer experts who disagree with Moss, it's very difficult to assess the strength of his arguments and accusations.
If you've ever wondered whether the cancer industry is truly interested in developing a cure for the disease, you might want to check out this eye-opening expose.
A fascinating, eye-opening and enraging exposé albeit its talking heads approach is somewhat dry. Dr. Ralph Moss makes for a very interesting subject.
Fascinating account of the moral and scientific failings of New York's famous cancer hospital and research center, where I worked in the 1980s.
Portrait of a thoughtful, articulate, and courageous whistle-blower.
Eric Merola does an admirable job of giving a platform to Ralph W. Moss...though the director fails to add many other corroborating voices. Still, Second Opinion's biggest liability might inspire concerned viewers to find out more about the drug
The cover-up Merola purports to have unearthed here is certainly scandalous, but the film suffers from a general lack of scientific authority.
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