"Great Movie and Great Points made. Say what you want but he puts history straight up in front of your face. Go check your facts if you need too. Brings you to tears what Bono has to say about America."
(S. S. - MT)
"Finally someone tackles of a few of the most common lies, repeated over and over in the media and the schools that bash the very soul of America and the core of its identity. The dramatizations and emotional appeals won't sway the liberals, but if they are open minded and curious they can verify and follow up on the factual hints. But this movie isn't for them, its to rally the disheartened loyal remnant of true Americans tired of watching America decline. The Bono speech "America is an idea" was key. If you want to save America from its decline, this battle isn't on some far away beach, its in the schools, media, and culture here at home. Its a battle of ideas and the anti-Americans are winning by preventing alternative views from even appearing to be discussed. Alternative ideas are shut down by Alinsky tactics and that's why Alinksy is a key point in the film also. Dinesh just hinted at the depth of the corruption in our politics, but you can only go so far on what the people are prepared to accept. In the end, Dinesh admits we have no Lincolns, no Washington's, no great leaders to lead us today from our crises. Its up to each of us, that's all there is. The battle is on and the country is at stake. Do Something. Rise. Resist. Restore."
(X. M. - FL)
"I thoroughly enjoyed America: Imagine a World without Her. It was very well done. It points out the groups in America that would like to see her fail and examines each complaint to show the negative belief is not valid. He showed the war and what if Washington did not survive. He talked about the slaves - both white and black. How they got here and how some rose above their situation and became successful. D'Souza showed how beautiful America is and how we got to where we are and those that are currently playing a significant part in trying to tear her down. We must be forever diligent and stand up for what we believe. There is still hope."
(S. B. - CT)
"Great Movie! Brings out MUCH information that WE THE PEOPLE need to hear again! Our children need to know about their history!"
(J. W. - CA)
"My husband and I drove 200 miles yesterday to see this movie (and eat at a good oriental restaurant). We read before seeing it that Peter Sobczynski, reviewing this movie on "RogerEbert.com", says "it plods along with all the verve of a PowerPoint presentation." Well, since the purpose of this movie is to educate and inform, that really wouldn't be such a bad thing. Fortunately, Mr. Sobczynski is wrong. It is incredibly interesting and well-designed as an educational tool. Those who watch it will understand and remember the main points, which is the goal of a real educator. The movie contains several well-documented, but hitherto hidden, historical facts, such as the number of BLACK slave owners who supported the confederacy; the story of Madam C. J. Walker, who, in 1914, became America's first female millionaire by virtue of her hard work, rather than her color (black) and her birthright (slavery); and how Saul Alinski, who dedicated "Rules for Radicals" to Lucifer because he was the first radical, studied, admired, and learned tactics from Frank Nitti (Al Capone's second-in-command), became an example that Barack Obama followed, and impressed Hillary Clinton so much she did her thesis on him. Considering what passes for 'news' and 'education' today, we wish "America" were on all the networks and in every classroom."
(S. W. - WI)
"Wow, what a great movie!"
(D. G. - TX)
"We clapped at the end. It felt good to be proud of our country again!"
(R. S. - MT)