4 Responses to Oliver Stone’s untold history of the United States

  1. HIP OP November 28, 2012 at 2:57 am #

    —-Woefully incomplete –and begining about 50 years too late.

    Even by Stone’s ’80’s Show’ staleness and ‘decadence’ standards
    —–this is STALE.

    And so yet another disappointment from the capstone authorized
    ‘RA’–dick–CULL’ —-Olver Stone.


  2. Izquierdo November 28, 2012 at 4:39 pm #

    What a terrific piece of documentary film-making — compelling and informative.
    An hour long, but well worth the time.

  3. susie November 28, 2012 at 5:05 pm #

    It’s a series. That was the first one.

  4. thomas oconnell December 4, 2012 at 3:33 am #

    American history has always been a Disney movie. I don’t know about
    other countries, but our system seems wallow in fairy tales at every
    point of its history.
    This is a fair picture of what went on during the period. The opening
    of the theatre in Africa was disgraceful, as we joined the British to
    ruthlessly hunt down…. Italians, avoiding Germans like the plague.
    By the way Oliver forgot to mention the total betrayal of the French by
    the British. The Baldwin government promised massive support in
    any move by the Germans but that the French should avoid building up
    defense to appease Hitler. When the invasion came the British defense
    contribution was ….. sinking of the French fleet so Germany wouldn’t get the ships. They didn’t really fire a shot. Perfidious Albion I believe its called. Oliver should have brought this part up as well.

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