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Occupy Unmasked 2012 NR CC

A shocking indictment of one of the most controversial movements in American history, featuring the conservative visionary Andrew Breitbart and journalists Brandon Darby, David Horowitz, Pam Keys, Anita MonCrief, Mandy Nagy, and Lee Stranahan.

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Saul Alinsky, Anthony Averest
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1 hour, 15 minutes

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Genres Documentary
Director Stephen K. Bannon
Starring Saul Alinsky, Anthony Averest
Supporting actors Bill Ayers, Michelle Balin, Roseanne Barr, Joy Behar, Medea Benjamin, Wolf Blitzer, John Boehner, Andrew Breitbart, Sherrod Brown, Erin Burnett, Leslie Cagan, Al Capone, Bryan Carmody, Fidel Castro, Anderson Cooper, Joseph Crowley, Brandon Darby, Angela Davis
Studio Magnet Releasing
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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I have a lot of respect for Andrew Breitbart and he was certainly a brilliant guy, yet this film doesn't truly represent the great insights that he had. This documentary does a decent job of showing the roots of the Occupy Wall Street movement, though it wasn't hard to see the hypocrisy and contrived nature that these demonstrations were displaying. After all, it's pretty silly to protest in front of big corporations when you're wearing designer clothes, texting on an iPhone, and storing your money in the very banks you claim are corrupt. The film certainly exposes the ignorance and chaos that ensued from these disorganized campouts.

The problem is that it feels too repetitive and low on information to fill the time limit. If this had been a 30 minute special then it would have been captivating, yet after an hour you can only watch so much footage of the same thing happening before you begin to tune out. I had to struggle to pay attention and keep myself invested in what was happening. The first half hour is great and looks at some of the people and incidents that the media didn't cover; after that there's not much that really happens and ultimately it makes the film less effective. The pacing and flow were simply too jumpy to make the experience appear seamless, even though the information presented is quite good in and of itself.

Regardless of how you feel about the movement, this is certainly worth looking into. I just wish it had been more coherent and featured more information for the last 45 minutes.
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Does a good in exposing the silliness of the Occupy movement, and yes I did say silliness. When the demonstrations first started happening I figured it was a bunch of people who weren't really thinking this whole thing out clearly. This documentary just affirmed it. Oh and rich Michael Moore out there demonstrating with the crowd saying he is one of them, ha, ha, ha. What a hypocrite.
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Eh, how many people have already said wake up. It's a little hard to get behind any of these movies. The people who believe in the "movement" are already so emotionally committed that it doesn't matter to them who was behind it. Who didn't know this was a front for commies and anarchists? Only the rich and powerful wish there to be anarchy. It is never the poor who benefit from anarchy.
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Occupy Unmasked exposes what the disgusting left will do to further their agenda...including bussing people in to protest when they can't find enough degenerates who are sober enough to form a group. Moreorder, it proves that these heathens don't even know what they are protesting. No need, they just hate America, and that's why they Occupy.
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If you think the extreme left liberals aren't organized and focused on destroying everything this country stands for, then you should read this. This is a very good in-depth look behind the scenes of how Occupy Wall Street was so much more than just a few hundred people bonding in the streets over the crimes of the big business. This is a look of the many years of how it was created, formed, organized and built into what it was... how it was successful... and why it was a failure... and more importantly, what they learned for next time.

How did the government respond? How did American in the Heartland respond? Can they be more effective next time? Will there be a next time? Who were the major players and how did they find a way to come together and organize "chaos" in multiple cities in the US at the same time?

This should be a required piece to watch in every history class in the US!
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I was lucky enough to see an advanced screening over the summer and all I can say is WOW! This movie is hard-hitting with first-hand footage from OWS that you have to see to believe. The primary source footage is really what makes this movie stand out and proves OWS is lying when they attack the movie as false propaganda. Also the fact that many of the commentators in the movie are former leftist activists - including one who started out supporting OWS - really lends credibility to the movie.

If you're an OWS supporter who hasn't seen the movie - like the two people who gave the movie one star CLEARLY are! - you need to see it before you make up your mind and reject it. I have a feeling you'd be singing a different tune.
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Like many Americans, I was totally sucked in my the media. I thought this was an average American protest movement. Oops!

It was nothing of the sort. It was created and orchestrated by professionals. Professional what? Yeah, professional union bosses and professional communists. I attended high school from 1965 through 1970. I was used to thinking that protests were for a cause and an issue. I was not used to thinking that protests were used to destroy things.

I grew up thinking that protests were about young people who were afraid of dying in Vietnam. That's something that you can protest about. I was drafted in June of 1972. By the time I was out of Basic Combat Training at Fort Ord, CA, Nixon had ended the war. Whew! But that didn't mean that I was blind to those who did not want to stand up for FREEDOM. Freedom isn't something that is easy for people to understand. Especially if you grew up in a nurturing and loving family who took care of your every need. I grew up in a violent household with parents who routinely beat me. "Freedom" was not just a nice sounding word to me. I wanted it, badly.

When I found out that the "occupy" movement was being run by union bosses and rich kids with fully paid annuities and trust funds, I immediately realized this was not a "1960s" protest.
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