Overall lower in quality than the other Yes Men movies
This one is lower in quality than the other Yes Men movies. It is more personal and the audience gets to hear more personal details, but the overall feeling was not as more personal movie, but as fluff. The same way I started to appreciated how they openly presented one of their failed stunts, only to get it later: it was not out of sincerity, but a desperate need to recoup the loss.
Their initiatives are remarkable. The execution shows hard work and a lot of thought invested in every action. But it's hard not to see the populism and the shallow thought. Are they populist and shallow or they just need to exploit someone in order to make a living? The worst is the dipping in the conspiracy theory waters.
So bottom line: if only things would have been presented otherwise!
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