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In the Face of Evil: Reagan's War in Word and Deed (2004)

PG-13 | | Documentary | Video 1 October 2004
Good versus evil in this epic tale which chronicles Ronald Reagan's crusade to destroy the most tyrannical and depraved political systems the world has ever known.
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Ronald Reagan was the President of the Screen Actor's Guild during the incredibly violent Hollywood trade union strike in the 1940's. Reagan saw first-hand the brutality, destruction and oppression that defined the communist party as it attempted to overtake the unions to convert them into propaganda mills for the Soviet Union. The strike incited in him a call to action and an unshakeable belief that communism was a "form of insanity" which must be wiped from the earth. From SAG President, to GE Spokesman, Governor of California and finally, to President of the United States, this film chronicles the rise of Ronald Reagan, his unwavering conviction that America was the world's last best hope of man, and shows why he is hero to over a billion people who he helped free from the bonds of Soviet domination. Written by daniel fleuette

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Rated PG-13 for disturbing images of violence
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A Masterpiece
6 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is an extremely well-made movie that shows the truth about both Ronald Reagan and Communism. I grew up in a liberal area, and practically the only thing that I heard about Reagan was that he was the reason why AIDS spread. I also grew up learning in public school that the entire fight against Communism was based on American paranoia. This movie shows the evils and horrors that Communism has wrought against this world. It also shows how many people have demonized people throughout history who have tried to stop "the beast." Other than the great message this movie exudes, it is extremely well-edited and visually spectacular. Cuts of Reagan in black and white film traverse seamlessly with color shots of him in the press. This documentary doesn't just parlay information. It also tells a full and comprehensive story about an escalated conflict that put society on the brink of nuclear war. This movie shows the courage of a man who didn't listen to his critics on the left or the right and just stuck with his principles to do what he believed. A person of any political persuasion will find something they like in this movie. All in all - a great history lesson, a great portrait, and a great film.


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