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WMD: Weapon of Mass Destruction (2004)

WMD: Weapon of Mass Destruction explores the atrocities of Saddam Hussein and his band of thugs. It asks the question, "Was it worth sending troups to Iraq?" Interviews with top experts and... See full summary »

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WMD: Weapon of Mass Destruction explores the atrocities of Saddam Hussein and his band of thugs. It asks the question, "Was it worth sending troups to Iraq?" Interviews with top experts and most compelling interviews with the people of Iraq. A film that looks at the war from the Iraqi point of view. Written by Jim Marcus

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The murderous reign of Saddam Hussein

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Well made but a good deal of rehash.
20 November 2005 | by (Atlanta, Georgia) – See all my reviews

First off I'd like to point out that elvis68's review is by far more "op/ed" than review of this film. It main purpose seems to serve his political ideal, and not to help a reader on deciding if the film is worth it. It's also a bit wrong.

As for the film, It's not a right or left piece. It's only meant to show the viewer (and accurately so), the reasons the coalition went in to Iraq. If you have already kept up with any of the reasons, then you will find that most of the information is the same stuff laid out with new footage. It's good for anybody who really didn't pay much attention to the reasons for the past five or six years. The editing, sound, and picture quality are done very well considering this was a very tight budget indie film. Those involved did a very good job in not trying to be political from whatever their viewpoints are. All in all, I would say 7 out of 10.


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