Originally Posted by Arkie
I agree the production value isn't the best, but the content is still accurate.
Fort Knox is empty, based on what?
There is an international cabal of a few moneyed men, based on what?
The film didn't present anything to verify these claims... aside from quotes.
That would be 12 quotes out of hundreds. I bet you listed 3 of them.
12? I think that's more like the number of correct quotes. Seriously, Google them yourself.
Anyway, it wasn't the amount of false quotes (every famous-name quote I looked up was false) it was also the gross inaccuracy of them. Anyone who has read 3 pages of Jefferson, or anything from the 18th century, would know immediately that the quote is modern. Why trust them with your opinions about history?
Do something they've never done: read Jefferson's letters yourself.
Something tells me this movie has a somewhat "niche" audience
I added my thoughts to imdb as well.