I have seen the documentary/commentary “2016”.
Though it will be the biggest Documentary of the year at the box office, I can guarantee that Hollywood will NOT even nominate this film for any awards. Attack it, yes.
Unfortunately for Obama he can’t successfully attack it for accuracy since most of it comes right out of his own books and public speeches.
The effectiveness of this movie comes from D’Souza’s source material and his own low key and clear narration. Also the from the producer of “Schindler’s List”, Gerald Molen. There is some stories about Obama I wasn’t familiar with before but mostly this movie just puts everything we know about his life in one concise story, following a timeline and making mostly reasonable connections and some personal conjecture.
Perhaps you will disagree with Mr. D’Souza’s conclusions, if you have watched the entire movie and want to disagree then of course that’s your right. But I don’t think you will. I came out of this movie feeling depressed and angry. How could we have done this to ourselves?
Was it fair for Dinesh D’Souza to call President Obama a “hypocrite?” It seems Obama has repeatedly refused to aid his impoverished, slum-dwelling half-brother George—even with emergency medical care for his son, the president’s nephew.