Rated R - Republicans in Hollywood
Top Customer Reviews
I especially liked the five minutes of time respectfully given to the Act One group of screenwriters that hold to Christian views. Barbara Nicolosi and Dean Batali were featured in that segment, talking about how they can bring hope and uplifting messages to television and film.
Patricia Heaton relates how she was at a party and everyone was bashing the president. She finally piped up and said that she liked Bush and that both she and her husband voted for him. Speaking of the aghast looks she got, she says "It was like I crapped on the table or something."
Imagine my surprise when the writer/director of this documentary, Jesse Moss, stated that he was a democrat who disagreed with the viewpoints of those he interviewed, but found that he generally liked the folks he interviewed (Drew Carey, Patricia Heaton, Ben Stein, John Milius, etc.).
Finally, a Hollywood documentary worthy of being called Fair and Balanced.
Note: the scathing user reviews here seem to be written by people who have not actually watched the film.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Since I'm biased, I wont offer a review, but I will point out that TV critics around the country have described the film as "entertaining" (Miami Herald), "fair and balanced"... Read morePublished on December 16, 2005 by Jesse Moss
Why does our childrens political views have to agree with "Liberal Hollywood". I think that children have the right agree with any party Republican or Democrat. Read morePublished on October 14, 2005