• Released
  • July 2, 2014
  • (Opens June 27 in Houston & Atlanta)
  • PG-13 , 1 hr 43 min
  • Documentary


By fpete13527
Written July 11, 2015
I loved this movie. The research and organization was outstanding. Everyone I know has been starving for the depiction and analysis of America that is in this movie. In the VAST majority of documentaries, fiction, and non-fiction movies coming out of Hollywood, viewers are subjected to a demonization of U.S. and a distorted negative view of Americans and American history. This has been mostly to pander to fabricated progressive narratives designed to rip America apart . D'Souza does a great job of telling the truth about American history. He clearly describes how great this country is, and ALWAYS was. This movie had me inspired from start to finish. Go see it and tell everyone you know to go. _______ Note to Fandango: I'm extremely disappointed with the "reviews" from supposed "professional critics." They were overwhelmingly bias because it challenges many of their progressive lies. I could respect them being straight about that but they weren't. Further shows their lack of integrity. I highly recommend you reconsider this group of "critics" for sources on Fandango. In their critique of America, they have shown their true anti-American nature and enormous lack of integrity.
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One of the best non fiction movies I have ever seen

By dcircle11
Written November 02, 2014
The entire audience in the theater stood and clapped for several minutes. I would strongly advise seeing this movie for all young viewers that would like to make some sense of what is happening in our country and how and why we got to this point. I would enjoy going to see it again with my kids and grandkids.
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By btupi
Written September 02, 2014
In his latest documentary, Dinesh D'Souza explores the question, why do liberals condemn America? He fairly presents liberal positions on slavery, Native Americans, the annexation of former Mexican territory, American imperialism, and Capitalism as exploiting the poor. He then proceeds to offer truth on each subject, showing how socialist ideology inspired people like Howard Zinn and Saul Alinsky to distort the American story. In the process, he contrasts America, a land built upon free exchange among moral people, with prior civilizations, built on conquest. I plan to buy several copies of the DVD and encourage friends not only to view the movie, but to pass it on.
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By halten
Written November 02, 2014
A beautifully crafted rebuttal to the left-wing zealots who single out the United States of America as the most evil, corrupt, and imperialist nation on earth. DeSousa states the indictments of the left and one-by-one refutes them with facts. The editing and cinematography are excellent and it has a moving score.
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Reminds me how proud I am

By jjex2
Written November 02, 2014
to be an American. America shoukd be defended from her enemies, both foreign and domestic!!
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