Not an epic - but a very important message

By jleddon1234
Written September 29, 2013
If you are going to a movie to see deep drama, spectacular special effects film or cliff hanging action - don't see this movie! If you are going to get a well packaged view of the wealth/poverty problem in the US, the ripple effects on the society, and some ideas on moving forward - This is a great movie. I rated this a 'must go' because of the important aspect that it shows, not the acting. Probably the most moving part of this movie, is all of the young and old people you see taking this issue seriously - and thus the potential for change.
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Inequality

By bargraft
Written September 30, 2013
A wonderful opportunity to educate yourself on the plutocracy this economy has become. Turn off the corporate media lies and deception and get the truth from an advocate for the working person.
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INEQUITY FOR ALL

By Irene4486
Written October 28, 2013
Very information. I've lived through a lot of the phases he presents, and when weaved together I understand why I couldn't make progress. Less buying power--less opportunity--many of us can relate! The government has so much influence--that as citizens we need to educate ourselves, and demand and expect better economic laws and policy from our leadership. This film should be required in all college and high-school curriculums. I plan to own it myself. Wish it had greater promotion, so that more folks would go see--must see to gain the benefit!
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Inequality For All

By Goer2
Written October 28, 2013
Excellent!!! Brilliant analysis of how we got into the financial shape that our country is in, and good advice about what can be done about it.
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Inequality, indeed

By clyde10
Written November 01, 2013
A must see movie that hardly anybody has seen!! Just reinforced my desire to throw up whenever I hear some 'fat cat' claim to be a 'job creator' who pays 20% less taxes than I do and who creates nothing but wealth for himself. And those shouts of 'right to work' laws which are nothing but efforts to destroy unions and to decimate the middle class even more than it already is decimated by the 'outsourcing and automation' that increases profits and dividends and abolishes jobs.
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