Skip to comments.Film Review: ‘Assaulted: Civil Rights Under Fire’
Posted on 06/29/2013 5:19:33 AM PDT by marktwain
Provocatively framing the ongoing gun-control debate in terms of self-defense and historical precedent, the aptly titled Assaulted: Civil Rights Under Fire is unmistakably and unabashedly pro-gun ownership, but surprisingly non-shrill and sobersided as it builds its case against what documaker Kris Koenig clearly sees as unnecessary, if not unconstitutional, government restrictions on firearms. Pic likely wont reach beyond its presumed target audience of ticketbuyers already in sync with its underlying message, but it could attract a more diverse viewership, and perhaps even change a few minds, in ancillary venues.
(Excerpt) Read more at variety.com ...
Any movie narrated by Ice-T that has Uncle Ted, Eugene Volokh and Chris Cheng on the same bill is if nothing else... diverse. Looks like they’re going for after a rapper, rocker, lawyer, gay gun nerd demographic.
Has anyone seen this movie? What are your thoughts? Is it worth trying to go the Tugg route to get a screening set up locally?
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