Wow! What a remarkably haphazard and poorly structured thesis to use as the foundation for a documentary! A more insipid, puerile, substandard, shoddy and asinine effort you’d be hard pressed to find.
What are some of its sins? Well for starter it contains logical inconsistencies and nonsequiturs a-go-go, rampant “cherry picking” and tons of “meaningless questions” (my favorite being “How could Atta learn English so well after only being in the US for a month?” As if one can only learn a country’s language in that country! Geez!)
What else? Ah, take your pick: excluded middles, appeals to ignorance, a beltway worth of begging the questions, loads of observational selections. This is a sinfully silly work on a subject that shouldn’t be cheapened by second-rate “filmmakers.”
I’m sure, too, that the “filmmaker” is telling himself this review was inserted as part of an FBI “Black Ops.”
Well as they say, “The truth is out there.” And that truth happens to be this flick sucks.
Director: Daniel Hopsicker
Narrator: Daniel Hopsicker
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