The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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It's a discomfiting film, bringing up all the ugly emotion of last year's electoral shouting match, concentrated in one town in one state and in one short 88-minute film.
As boisterous as it is sobering.
It lacks the substance to sustain its feature-length running time.
No matter where you stand, This Divided State has a patriotic, galvanizing effect.
The 25-year-old filmmaker takes no sides himself. Wisely, he allows folks of all opinions to put their feet in their mouths all by themselves.
[It] plays like the ultimate anti-travelogue.
The approach to recording the story is everything its subjects aren't.
Vivid, dramatic stuff.
The intensity of the opposition and the deep fissures it revealed in the fabric of American civil discourse are still astonishing.
If there's a weakness here, it's that there's no challenge whatsoever in making a closed-minded right-wing nutcase look crazy
An interesting and anger inducing documentary.
The problem is that Greenstreet apparently had no idea what kind of movie he wanted to make.
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