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The O'Reilly Factor (1996)
Analyzes the news, so you don't have to.
He does not allow for any spin or BS.
The only people who hate him are the radicals. He is not favoring ANYONE.
He treats everyone equally, and gets answers from the tough questions. He may seem to favor one side, but in no way does he try to influence the viewer to join his side. He presents the information and you decide how it sits with you.
He also finds the stories no one is talking about, and is critical of the elite media. He is quick to point out that the left media unfairly criticizes the right government.
I don't agree with everything he says, but I do agree with the questions.
Ben Kingsly does an excelent way of protraying the man who freed a country without violence. This is an educational film, not a film of action. This is up there on the list of movies you have to see before you die, along with All Quiet on the Western Front, and Godfather. Some people may say this is a boring historic film, but the life of Gandhi was not nail biting exciting. If everyone in the world could be more like Gandhi, we could have world peace. In short: Watch this film.