Friday, November 26, 2004

Movie Review: A Patriot Act

"It’s not easy making a political film that is both entertaining and informative, in fact “it’s hard work,” as the President would say. All too often a filmmaker will get so caught up in preaching his message that he ends up making a bloated, self-righteous film that accomplishes nothing more than what a bottle of Nyquil could do for much cheaper.  Thankfully, Mark Crispin Miller, the writer and star of the two-man production, “A Patriot Act,” delivers a powerful film that is alternately funny, scary, and infuriating--a scathing indictment of the Bush administration and the corruption of conservatism."

My full review.


  1. Anonymous12:26 AM

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  2. Greetings, Charles