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The Oil Factor: Behind the War on Terror (2005)

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Edward Asner ... Narrator
Noam Chomsky ... Self
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9 October 2005 | by SpuzzlightyearSee all my reviews

The Oil Factor is a movie that has a lot going behind it but ultimately delivers nothing and you're left with a movie that tries desperate to be a movie you'll talk about by repeating stuff you already know. EG, George Bush likes a oil a whole lot, the Iraq war may have been perpetrated under false pretenses, war is bad and so on. It's perfectly obvious that the filmmakers ran out of material when we're covering material that's hardly related to the topic at hand, mainly the ridiculous rehashing of the Iraqi prison abuses. I mean, WE KNOW THAT. Give us something new! This documentary doesn't fulfill that goal, so it's ultimately disappointing.


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USA

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English

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15 July 2005 (USA) See more »

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Afghanistan See more »

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Free-Will Productions See more »
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