First off, this isn't a "date night" flick in my opinion. Nor is it highly entertaining. It is however educational and revealing no matter what your political leanings are. I think most of us would agree that even after nearly four years after his election, Barrack Obama is easily recognizable but not well known or understood. This documentary helped me to better understand the perspective this President operates from. Mr. Obama sees the United States differently than any other U.S. President. He is nothing like former President Clinton. Nothing like JFK.
This 90-minute documentary will show you why.
Secondly, this movie is not a "Bash Obama Fest" as some my think. Dinesh D'Souza, a man with his own unique view of America, tells a fascinating story about an obscure, yet charming young man who rose to power and about those who molded his thinking along the way. Together with Gerald R. Molen, producer of such blockbusters as Jurassic Park, Twister and Minority Report, this past, present and future mosaic of Barrack Obama, and a United States under his influence comes to life. The logline of this movie is right on: "Love him or hate him, you don't know him." After seeing this movie, you'll perhaps see a side or two of our President you didn't know before. It helped me to better understand why he's made some of the decisions he's made whether I agree with them or not.
I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to better understand Barrack Obama and his vision for this country. Because he does have his own vision for this America and it could be vastly different than the vision you have for her.
Love him or hate him, you don't know him.