You've Been Trumped Too

critic Reviews

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    Raphael AbrahamFinancial Times
    The same points are made and remade, the same footage and quotes reused, mirroring the repetitive churn of 24-hour news.
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    Peter BradshawGuardian
    There could hardly be a more urgent or relevant film than this.
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    Kevin MaherTimes (UK)
    A disappointing and mostly flimsy sequel to Anthony Baxter's powerful 2011 documentary
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    Cath ClarkeTime Out
    You can probably see Donald Trump's pants on fire from wherever you're reading this.
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    David JenkinsLittle White Lies
    It doesn't help that Baxter himself is ineffectual as both a journalist and a filmmaker, always trying to place himself within the eyeline of his of lens or emphasise what he's doing rather than what Trump is doing.
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    Owen GleibermanVariety
    The movie makes a good point, then makes it over and over again.
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    James CrootStuff.co.nz
    Baxter comes-up with some clever conceits.
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    Edward PorterSunday Times (UK)
    The coverage of Trump's 2016 campaign that pads out the film was already old news at the time; now it's vintage archive material - a resonant trip back to a world where hardly anyone thought he would win.
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    Gabriella IncalzaBattle Royale With Cheese
    I wouldn't call You've Been Trumped Too an eye opener as much of what is portrayed is already public knowledge, but if you're sitting on the fence on Donald Trump, it may still be worth a watch.
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    Alistair RyderFilm Inquiry
    You've Been Trumped Too is pitched solely at the comatose viewer, as there is absolutely nothing in Anthony Baxter's film that you won't already be aware of.
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