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  • By Sidney
    February 29, 2012
    04:53 PM

    1) One of the most revealing insights into American politics. 2) One of the best documentaries of the 90s. 3) George Stephanopoulos & James Carville are so magnetic, and versatile.
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  • By LJ
    March 03, 2012
    12:50 AM

    I want to puke.
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    • By hogarth
      April 22, 2012
      10:12 AM

      Then you are intellectually dead. This is the most fascinating, insightful look at American politics that has ever been created. The follow-up film that is included - a post-mortem filmed 16 years after the original documentary - is truly what makes this disc worth owning and learning from.
    • By LJ
      December 22, 2012
      06:26 PM

      OK hogarth, don't spill the cool aid you are gulping in mad quantities.
  • By walktheearth
    March 07, 2012
    12:52 AM

    My God! Hillary looks like she is 19 years old at the end of this clip.
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  • By Axl
    April 22, 2012
    07:37 PM

    "I used to love her, but i had to kill her"...
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  • By Vince C.
    July 28, 2014
    01:06 PM

    1. Carville had hair! 2. Stephanopoulos and Hillary looked like they were still in high school. 3. It's a documentary. I don't get it. If reality TV is such a rage, why are reality films still the ugly stepchild of American culture? I just saw Life Itself, and I'll put it up against any mainstream movie out this year.
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  • By dasboot4211
    September 27, 2014
    11:15 PM

    1 reason to see it, entertaining as any produced political drama, thriller, comedy on tv or at the movies. One of my top ten documentaries of all time.
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