Written October 22, 2012
Great movie, about a fearless muther #&&%@ who stood up for what he believed and challenged those who didn't.
Whatever your political affiliation, this is a must see movie about a man who was only getting started...
Written October 22, 2014
The film was great and I would definitely recommend it. Breitbart was hated by the media, hence the name of the film. The film is eye opening to how the media portrays people and things or won't even cover certain things. I believe that no matter what side of the political spectrum you are, you should see this movie.
Written October 20, 2014
It doesn't matter what political party you belong to...you will thoroughly enjoy this movie. It was a fantastic glimpse into the life that was Andrew Breitbart. Even if you don't agree with his political leanings, you will come to appreciate what kind of journalist/activist he was. If you enjoy the classic Nerd-Gets-Revenge-On-Bullying Jock story line then you will love every minute of this movie. Andrew Breitbart takes on the biasness of the media in ways we only wish we could. And If you despise injustice, you will find yourself cheering on Breitbart! The entire movie was touching, humorous, and most of all, inspirational. Thank you to the filmmaker for allowing us to peek into Breitbart's whirlwind of a world!!
Written August 23, 2014
Hating Breitbart is a MUST SEE for everyone! Andrew was never afraid to speak his mind and defend the truth. He has inspired so many people to stand up for what they believe and squash the lies coming from the left. This movie highlights how wonderful Andrew was for America - We miss him terribly.
Written November 02, 2012
I loved this movie. Profane and socially libertarian Breitbart fits no stereotype of a conservative. The film shows his "two emotions: jocularity, and righteous indignation" toward the media biased against conservatives. It's surprising that this former leftist lived quietly as a conservative until reluctantly becoming more public the last few years of his life. The film retells the false "Tea Party racism" attacks, and the ACORN, NAACP, and Wiener-gate exposes. It vindicates Breitbart, showing how the media sliced & diced his NAACP/Sherrod video and news story to take them out of context and smear him. I didn't discover Breitbart and his legacy until after his untimely passing. He left huge footprints for "citizen journalists" and the American people to follow in revealing the truth, and the hypocrisy of the left.