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  1. jonrock411's rating of the film Knock Down the House

    This documentary might be the most inspiring film that I've seen. this film tells the story of what is hopefully the future of Amercian politics, and by the end of it, you will cheer for the outcome as much as you would a big-budget blockbuster. This movie potrays its subjects as real people, and perhaps that is the most important thing, that they are everyday Americans vowing to help out everyday Americans.

  2. heddabsz's rating of the film Knock Down the House

  3. Mugino's rating of the film Knock Down the House

    Never done this before, but I will rate this in anticipation of the future: that this is just part one of a series of documentaries.

  4. Jakob Glücklich's rating of the film Knock Down the House

    A really beautiful and inspiring documentary!

  5. Mariana Mara Nascimento's rating of the film Knock Down the House

  6. James Mackin's rating of the film Knock Down the House

    Focuses way too much on AOC (for obvious reasons), really should've involved the other candidates more. But the point was made.

  7. Graveyard Poet's rating of the film Knock Down the House

    Alexandria Ocasio Cortez's historic win is a triumph of the grassroots over the establishment and a generational change in leadership. The film shows this victory and also shows the struggle of candidates in St. Louis, Missouri, West Virginia, and Nevada. Powerful documentary about working class U.S. citizens rising up and running for office.

  8. helloc's rating of the film Knock Down the House

  9. MarcelVonPure's rating of the film Knock Down the House

  10. Filipe F. Coutinho's rating of the film Knock Down the House

    We all know that AOC is a goddamn rockstar and the future of American politics. This doc captures (in part) her historical run for office. But for a better crafted take on this type of behind-the-scenes look into Street Fight or Weiner.

  11. Creighton Blinn's rating of the film Knock Down the House

    A missed opportunity. What could've been an intriguing examination of why some insurgents win where others fail is instead of a mostly superficial portrait of a single victory . . .

  12. Lynch/Fellini's rating of the film Knock Down the House

    Good intentions and good politics do not excuse this film from being a bland, unfocused, assembly line product. Had Lears focused in on one or even two candidates (namely AOC, whose story was the most compelling of the four candidates depicted), this would have been a much stronger piece that would have done actual justice for the Justice Democrats movement (which for the record I do strongly support)...

  13. Steve Pulaski's rating of the film Knock Down the House

    I lost track of how many times I said "fuckin' A" aloud while watching "Knock Down the House." Perhaps its most impressive quality is how it impressively transcends politics, focusing on the partisan anger of the average person in America. Moreover it will likely go down as a troubling albeit fascinating time capsule of just how broken things got before a courageous group rose up to try to fix things. At least I hope

  14. MATTEO BITTANTI's rating of the film Knock Down the House

    Lears makes clear that Establishment Democrats are part of the problem. The narrative advanced in Knock down... is that a new generation of engaged citizens are the only real alternative in the American political landscape, an inherently corrupted mechanism masquerading as a democracy. Makes you wonder if AOC & co. will overcome the plutocratic machine or will be eventually co-opted by the Moloch.

  15. Janit's rating of the film Knock Down the House

    Full-on sobbing all the way through. Of the people, by the people, for the people.