Written March 25, 2017
This film clearly demonstrates the liberal agenda most of the American media promotes today, and the lengths it will go to silence someone who doesn't agree with any part of it. It succeeds in doing what Andrew Breitbart was determined to do - - expose the death of ethical journalism in America, and turn the tables on the "journalists" who attack messengers when they can't discredit their messages. It also shows the heart and humanity of a good man whom the extreme left tried to demonize. You'll be shocked at the immoral tactics used against him no matter which side of the political spectrum you're on.
Written June 26, 2016
Loved this documentary. This film shed light on who Andrew Breitbart was and how he helped to change the political blogging landscape.
Would've liked to have seen more of his transformation from budding "leftist" to conservative.
He went more into this in his book "Righteous Indignation", which is required reading to understand what made him tick. Get this film and his book in front of your teenagers and your college-bound children eyes, to equip them before they are introduced to their professor's brainwashing!
Written May 28, 2017
Having met Andrew and having our kids at the same school, it was great to see behind the scenes of what was really going on. The movie real shows how the media is trying to brainwash the US citizens into giving away our rights and freedoms. Both sides need to see this film and think for themselves!
Written September 27, 2016
This should be called "Being Breitbart" because I found it more of a movie that teaches you how to be a conservative activist. Breitbart may be gone but we learn from him in this great movie to learn to stand up to the left and their lies.
This movie follows Andrew Bretbart for the last two years of his life as he attacks the institutional left from ACORN to the NAACP and finally to the slimy Anthony Weiner. Breitbart was confrontational, loud, abrasive and right on the money. Speaking from experience this is the only way to deal with the far left. Being nice won't make them go away.
This is a great movie, much better than "2016." Go out and see it!
Written February 26, 2017
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.