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August 25, 2013


Glen Snider

Thanks for the review, Dennis. I have not seen the movie, but have certainly seen all the advertisements and hype on various TV shows. The concept is good, but it seems our nation is so politically polarized, it is difficult to tell a "neutral" story. Does everything have to have an agenda?

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