The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Though this doc has an obvious partisan bias, it presents a compelling case.
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For a movie that desperately wants to be jazzy and light on its feet, it's sadly heavy-handed.
What comes across most strongly is how utterly trivial so much of this story now seems. Can we really have spent all that time, money and energy chewing over a land deal and worrying about a presidential dalliance?
Marred by juvenile editing tricks and a relentless advocacy tone on behalf of Clinton, the film is like a scent of incense that takes you back in time, but leaves out meaning or context.
Offers a lesson for both parties about what can happen when powerful forces unite to bring down a politician.
There's wit, revelation and mercifully, more about Whitewater than Monica Lewinsky.
Feels defensive and belated.
This is brilliantly persuasive film-making, assembling vivid first-hand testimonies and contemporary accounts with a concision that makes light of the story's complexities.
One doesn't have to like Bill or Hillary Clinton ... to conclude that the enemies of the president were overzealous.
Galling to the abused outrage assimilator.
A good primer for anyone not familiar with the whole complicated Whitewater investigation.
It's presented well and doesn't feature anything like Moore's increasingly off-putting brand of sarcastic humor.
rightfully questions the underbelly of American politics and examines the scandal mongering of mainstream journalism in the wake of a right-wing media manipulation
An interesting documentary about the Republican smear campaign that started before Clinton took the oath, and culminated in his impeachment (although with anything this one-sided, you have to take everything with a grain of salt). But, its somewhat ruined by constantly cutting to old film clips that are supposed to humorously parallel what the interviewees are saying, as if they felt their target audience couldn't sit still for a straight documentary about politics. I guess its the post-Moore style now.
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