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makes its timely arguments with passion and conviction.
Conventional and one-sided.
War Made Easy: How Presidents & Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death is a depressing look at political manipulation and news media compliance.
The doc is sobering, straightforward, and a bit drab, but to the participants' credit, it's also an entirely nonpartisan endeavor.
Makes a strong case that when it comes to military action, the American public has been deceived by presidents from Lyndon Johnson on down the line to the current occupant of the White House.
While the film is intensely skeptical of the power elite, it has a refreshing faith in democracy.
It's too top heavy and just not clean.
A hard-hitting documentary against the madness of war and the failure of journalists to speak truth to power.
At only 73 minutes, the documentary is nowhere as detailed as Solomon's invaluable book but see it anyway, and don't get fooled again.
Penetrating study of how the news media allowed themselves to be used as war propagandists in the run-up to the war in Iraq.
Killing for peace cleverly compared to fornicating for virginity.
War Made Easy contributes a significant argument and does a good enough job in a limited way.
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