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70
There are some very thought-provoking points, and the movie deserves a balanced listening-to.
70
While your personal estimation of this conservative counterprogrammer will depend largely on your politics, Chetwynd and company at least attempt to score their points honestly.
50
Variety
Preaches purely to the converted.
50
New York Post
The first conservative documentary to join the bumper crop of liberal political films riding Michael Moore's coattails into theaters.
50
Like Moore's film, Celsius hits too many topics with too broad a brush, resulting in yet another contribution to this campaign season's spin cycle of rhetoric.
40
The New York Times
Less savvy propagandists than Mr. Moore, the Celsius 41.11 filmmakers apply their thesis with a trowel.
40
As provocative as Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11," but nowhere near as engaging.
40
There's really nothing more here than you can find watching dreadful political advertisements and dreadful political talk shows.
30
So bad it's almost like performance art, or those cheap records from the '60s, where the Chipmunks sing the Beatles' greatest hits.
30
The even faintly informed will see only a cut-rate vision of flabby white men defending their own bloodthirsty opportunism.

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