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But what's worse is that this is little more apologist piece on behalf of long term Bohemian Grove guest Harry Shearer.
Quite how this film managed to get made leads to some very worrying thoughts. Viewers might want to catch Alex Jones's "The Order of Death" for an alternative view of the goings on at Bohemian Grove.
But politics aside, is it anything more than a grown up a very of Animal House? I'm sorry to say it's not. In fact to be honest, it makes Animal House look like Citizen Kane by comparison and I can only imagine this would be because of the poor concept at the start of production.
Not very original at all.
So would I rent it (again)? No. Would I watch it on TV? (not again!).
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