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These japes only do a disservice to the film's many serious allegations.
He scores some good points, if at times his tone seems slightly inappropriate to the gravity of the subject.
What truly makes "U.N. Me'' repulsive is its crassness.
The result is far from evenhanded, but capable of raising important questions.
A sassy documentary that suggests the United Nations is doing more harm than good.
Is it all valid? Perhaps. Should the film's questions be addressed? Absolutely.
Though the number of years he dedicated to it unmistakably plays a part in U.N. Me's effectiveness, it's obvious from the outset that Horowitz has innate talent for the medium.
[U.N. Me] documents many of the gross and more recent failings of the United Nations, but it felt like an assault by an affluent bully (Horowitz) trying to channel Michael Moore.
Where are Michael Moore and his high-powered doc peers when you need them? The scrappy U.N. Me shines an unblinking light on a troubled organization.
The filmmakers present a sharp, well-argued case that exposes the rampant cronyism and greed eating away at the heart of the United Nations.
A sometimes humorous, often damning but also disingenuous attempt to "Michael Moore" the United Nations.
The film winds up making some persuasive arguments in favor of change.
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