Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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As a reminder that lies cannot live forever, the film sheds valuable light on the potentially damaging effects of grand-scale deception on the needy and vulnerable.
Despite occasionally shaky storytelling, the doc sticks to its mission even as the most fundamental obstacles arise, producing a dramatic account that will make all do-gooders think twice about how they spend their charitable dollars.
In the end, "The Wrong Light" is an engrossing cautionary tale teaching one of philanthropy's oldest lessons: Caveat emptor.
The film shows that we need committed, responsible, determined journalists because few of us have the resources to investigate the truth claims of those who make demands for our attention, our money, our votes, and our praise.
A sad cautionary tale about the cruel and selfish exploitation of two very smart young girls by a greedy and deceitful entrepreneur.
Suspenseful, shocking and thrilling.
If only some manipulative filmmaking hadn't gotten in the way, this documentary exposing the unethical tactics of a Thailand charity could have been more impactful.
A truly eye-opening documentary which challenges a lot of our most dearly held beliefs about charity.
[A] prismatic, thought-sparking documentary.
The divide between meaningful journalism and ethical filmmaking seldom seems as wide as it does in The Wrong Light.
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