Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
There’s enough here to merit a watch. One of the movie’s more unexpected pleasures is Alexander Falk’s handsome digital cinematography, which goes far beyond the call of duty for a micro-budget documentary. Read full review
An involving primer on the realities of homegrown versus global industrialization. Read full review
American Made Movie ends up feeling as if it were built from well-known facts and wishful thinking. Read full review
The film's experts and entrepreneurs have a lot to say worth listening to, but little that illuminates any clear path. Read full review
It’s well-intentioned, but it’s all diagnosis, no prescription. Read full review
For all its thoughtful analysis, the film is more anecdotal than truly enlightening. While its cheerleading approach to the problem is admirable, it seems more designed to appeal to the heart than the head. Read full review
You’ll never buy an inexpensive T-shirt without feeling guilty again. At least not after seeing Nathaniel Thomas McGill and Vincent Vittorio’s thorough documentary, which explains something you already know — American manufacturing is dying.
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The documentary's refusal to challenge the comfort zones of its target audience is apparent throughout. Read full review
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