I can't understand how somebody can afford to dump nearly 500 million dollars on barefaced politically motivated propaganda. That's some serious ducks down the drain there.
This turkey is in "Howard the Duck" territory. I completely lost interest about 8 minutes into the film after the opening sequence at which point the whole film went nowhere.
As communists often do, pretends to be dismayed at the fact that our optimistic future never arrived, failing to note that the reason we don't live in it is that they deliberately blocked it from happening and called it progressive.
The United States should be powered by cheap, safe, pollution-free nuclear power. Commies kept throwing themselves under trucks and trains until that possibility ended. Our world is a series of blocked initiatives by socialist ratbags for whom envy is the strongest emotion of all, particularly of anybody better than them at anything. The world we live in is the lowest common denominator of progress permitted by Marx's zombies, who believe that a desire to improve your conditions is a sin and that poverty is the only way to prove you have no ulterior motives. Right. Of course, the most influential of them are always millionaires … no doubt the reward of virtue, you see.
Well, now they're 500 million dollars down proving they are better than everybody else because of their extra-special redefinitions of right and wrong. That's a hefty price to pay for vanity.