Robert Downey, Jr. gives reports and interviews with other stars in this documentary about the Democratic National Convention in 1992.

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Ann Palmer ...
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Hilary Anderson ...
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Patti Davis ...
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Josh Richman ...
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Curtis Sliwa ...
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Tracy Gray ...
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Vanessa Warner ...
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Kate Barnhart ...
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Joey DiPaolo ...
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Robert Downey, Jr. gives reports and interviews with other stars in this documentary about the Democratic National Convention in 1992.

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America, this is your wake up call.


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Rated R for language, and for some nudity and marijuana smoking
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27 August 1993 (USA)  »

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Robert Downey Jr.: [At the Republican Convention] Look at all these sandwiches!... Obviously the party in power.
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Thanks to Lord Shri Krishna See more »

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Watching this movie made me decide to vote.
1 June 2010 | by (Massachusetts) – See all my reviews

This movie is not really a documentary it's more of an interview movie which is a non fiction movie with an on screen interviewer. The movie's on screen interviewer is Robert Downey jr who interviews people at the 1992 democratic convention and the 1992 republican convention and is good at staying neutral. He interviews celebrities and politicians and regular people. Robert Downey jr is Charming funny and articulate in this movie. It's cool how he treats the people he interviews like buddies. His charm made me want to vote. All young Americans should see this movie and they would like it even if they aren't Robert Downey jr fans. If this movie was on DVD more people would like it compared to Michael Moore stuff.


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