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All In: The Fight for Democracy 2020 123movies

All In: The Fight for Democracy 2020 123movies

How the right to vote went wrong.Sep. 09, 2020102 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The documentary takes a look at the history, and current activism against voter suppression; barriers to voting that most people don’t even know is a threat to their basic rights as citizens of the United States.
Plot: Examines the often overlooked, yet insidious issue of voter suppression in the United States in anticipation of the 2020 presidential election. With the perspective and expertise of Stacey Abrams, the former Minority Leader of the Georgia House of Representatives, the film offers an insider’s look into laws and barriers to voting that most people don’t even know is a threat to their basic rights as citizens of the United States.
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an ugly history
Greetings again from the darkness. Stacey Abrams is a generational spokesperson, and may very well be the future of the Democrat Party. This despite being recently passed over as Joe Biden’s running mate. Ms. Abrams is a producer on this film co-directed by Lisa Cortes (HIP HOP X FASHION, 2019) and Liz Garbus (nominated for 2 Oscars: WHAT HAPPENED MISS SIMONE, 2015 and THE FARM: ANGOLA, USA, 1998). She also appears on camera numerous times speaking to us about voter suppression – something which impacted her directly.

The film provides an historical look at the different ways voters have been suppressed and elections manipulated over the years – dating back to 1789, when the film informs, only 6% of the population was eligible to vote: white male property owners. We hear from many historians, authors, politicians, and activists, yet it’s Ms. Abrams who stands out. She takes us through her personal background and describes in detail the influence her parents had on her. We also learn much about the 2016 Georgia Governor’s race, where Ms. Abrams faced off against Brian Kemp. In one of the more startling statistics, we are told that as Georgia Secretary of State, Mr. Kemp purged 1.4 million voters from the Georgia registry.

A true history lesson on voter suppression is provided, with much of the lesson and commentary provided by Ms. Abrams and author Carol Anderson, who wrote the 2018 book, “One Person, No Vote: How Voter Suppression is Destroying Democracy”. We also hear from others, including 88 year old Andrew Young, one of the leaders of the Civil Rights movement, and a former Mayor of Atlanta and former US Ambassador to the United Nations.

So many aspects of United States elections are discussed, and these include the Reconstruction era after the Civil War, the 19th Amendment, President Lyndon Johnson and Voting Rights Act, Gerrymandering, Voter ID requirements, Poll taxes and literacy tests, and the landmark 2013 case, Shelby County v Holder, resulting in a US Supreme Court decision that has impacted voter access. We see clips of the 30th anniversary of the Walk across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, and it’s clear Civil Rights and Voting Rights are forever bound.

The documentary is important as it connects history with the modern day issues resulting in voter suppression. Ms. Abrams and Ms. Armstrong are vital voices on a topic that should have been laid to rest many years ago; yet as long as the thirst for political power exists, manipulation of the system will be attempted. So, it’s important that every citizen understand how this happens and what to be aware of.

Review By: ferguson-6 Rating: 8 Date: 2020-09-09
Doc the Vote
It must be admitted that “All In: The Fight for Democracy” is a promotion of one side of America’s two-party system, which has become a contest between one party that tries to get people to vote and another that tries to disenfranchise them. This documentary argues for voting, so, yes, it’s partial. Plus, it’s co-produced by Stacey Abrams, the former Democratic candidate for governor of Georgia. Overseeing the very documentary that is partly about you; what’s next, a gubernatorial candidate as the state secretary overseeing his own election! I kid, but one of the most upvoted reviews on IMDb as of this posting unironically criticizes the doc because Abrams is a producer and subject. But, of course, IMDb has become an enclave for the right wing to vent their frustrations for such movies they believe demonstrate left-wing bias. Which brings me to why I’m not fond of cinematic lectures such as “All In.” It’s not that I disagree with the message, the politics, or rundown of history described therein; it’s that I don’t care for sitting in an echo chamber. Aesthetically, there’s nothing particularly interesting to recommend this documentary, and informationally, I barely learned anything new.

As I’ve indicated in prior reviews, one divide in art criticism that comes closest to polarization in politics is the age-old debate between aestheticism and ethicism, and I tend to swing towards the former. Thus, I’m not impressed by the usual talking heads and “voice of God” narration as I’m delivered a series of facts and political interpretations I’ve been all-too-familiar with by following the news over the years or have already read in historical texts. A bit of limited animation to illustrate the lecturing hardly helps much. Nor is the History 101 on the development of democracy in the United States anything more than merely adequate and in some respects distinctly lacking–from the land-owning white males, to civil rights legislation, women’s suffrage, lynchings and Jim Crow, stripping felons of voting rights, voter-ID laws, the poor manner in which states, with long lines and closed polling places, tend to run their elections, and, now, a president who’s undermining the democratic process.

I viewed “All In” after having recently viewed another documentary, “I Am Greta” (2020), which has received less positive attention. Regardless of whatever one makes of the teenage Greta Thunberg’s climate-change activism, I prefer that documentary’s more-observational approach, which results in a genuine climax with her sea voyage to deliver a speech at the United Nations in New York, and the filmmaker managed a real scoop in capturing Thunberg’s school strike from the beginning. Even if one isn’t always learning much new about the subject, the picture places us amid the action as opposed to the recycled TV footage and series of interviews in “All In” that largely comes across as a reiteration of a school paper that doesn’t have the strongest thesis.

Had “All In” not been receiving buzz as a top contender for an Oscar nomination next year, I probably wouldn’t have seen it, as its limitations were foreseeable. I was hoping, however, that there would’ve been even more focus on the grass-roots work of Abrams, although the biographical information provided about her is a highlight here. Pundits have credited her campaign with turning Georgia blue in the last presidential election, and such work will surely be important if the two run-offs for control of the next U.S. Senate are to be a contest. An uphill struggle, indeed.

Review By: Cineanalyst Rating: 5 Date: 2020-11-19

Other Information:

Original Title All In: The Fight for Democracy
Release Date 2020-09-09
Release Year 2020

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 42 min (102 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated PG-13
Genre Documentary
Director Lisa Cortes, Liz Garbus
Writer Jack Youngelson
Actors Carolyn Abrams, Robert Abrams, Stacey Abrams
Country United States
Awards Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. 6 wins & 16 nominations total
Production Company N/A
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All In: The Fight for Democracy 2020 123movies
All In: The Fight for Democracy 2020 123movies
All In: The Fight for Democracy 2020 123movies
Original title All In: The Fight for Democracy
TMDb Rating 7.6 13 votes

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