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Choose or Lose Presents: The Best Place to Start (2004)

An informative analysis of youth voting and the U.S. election process.

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An informative analysis of youth voting and the U.S. election process.

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31 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This documentary was average. Don't get me wrong,I am a huge Drew Barrymore fan, and I personally loved it, but in the view of others, I think it was average. I say this because I feel she asked all the necessary questions about the non existence of the youth vote, but provided no answers. There was really no solution to the problem at the end of the documentary. Sure, it was enlightening, but hey, I could've done the exact same thing. Go to DC, meet a few politicians, ask a question, and get no determinable response. Fun. Great, we all know its a cycle....anything else? Nope? Okay. I can't really criticize, because I've written quite a few reports like this film...they just kind of float around on the topic without giving a conclusion. If you're a hard core Drew fan, I recommend this movie....if not, I wouldn't be so sure.


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