Hijacking Catastrophe: 9/11, Fear & the Selling of American Empire (2004)

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4 June 2005 | dosanjh1
This movie provides nothing in the issues it discusses. All it does is sum up a couple of years of news, cram it into a hour and a half, call it self explosive and declare it a documentary.

Anybody who has been slightly troubled of the events of world history in the last few years will not find this documentary enlightening at all. It just regurgitates old information.

Having said that though the war is a terrible thing and any half-arsed attempt at bringing the perpetrates to justice is admirable and brave in the current climate of fear in the U.S.A.

I'm not sure if this is a made for TV documentary or a cinema piece, in either case the documakers should be held to account for poor journalism.

The narrator is a joke, he's like Troy Maclure from The Simpsons.

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10 September 2004



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