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I saw this movie in a small-time theater here in Washington this weekend. Going into it, I expected something like that climax of The Day the Earth Stood Still. Instead what I got was America Turns Africa: The Documentary.
It's like the directors thought the TV was invented 2,000 years ago and that every single one of us spends about 6 hours per day on watching television. Protip: people massively fared without moving images barely 50 years ago. This film is about 90 minutes of people sulking because they can't get their daily dose of electronics.
So much more could have been done with this. Really disappointing.
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