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Submitted by shockya 1114d ago | review

The World According to Dick Cheney: ShockYa Movie Review

ShockYa: There are some movie titles that can serve to instantly entice some prospective viewers and to instantly turn off others. That’s definitely the case with this documentary, which explores Dick Cheney’s long career in government. Directing duo R.J. Cutler and Greg Finton have worked on noted recent documentaries such as The September Issue and Waiting for Superman, respectively, and here they tackle one man with quite a reputation, painting a balanced portrait of his influence and contributions to American society over the decades. The film’s main argument, one which proves hard to refute after hearing testimonials, is that Cheney was the most powerful vice-president in U.S. history. (Indie film, The World According to Dick Cheney) B+/A+

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