Conspiracy Theorists Lie American documentary film
Conspiracy Theorists Lie is a 2015 American documentary film written and directed by James K. Lambert, produced by nomagicbullets.org.
Summary: James K. Lambert explores key people and events from the time of President Kennedy’s assassination in 1963 to the fiftieth anniversary in 2013, to see how the general public’s understanding of the case has been shaped. According to Lambert, most of what we think we know about JFK’s death is the product of lies and misdirection told by conspiracy theorists. The last third of the film features Lambert interacting with people, mostly conspiracy theorists, in Dealey Plaza, at the fiftieth anniversary, November 22, 2013, to see how much their ideas reflect what he has found in his research.
Reception: Based on the film’s Amazon and IMDb pages, the movie elicits strong reactions -- whether positive or negative -- with a majority of voters giving it the highest rating (5 on Amazon, 10 on IMDb) or the lowest (1 on both sites). Reviewers are generally positive about the film’s content but critical of its length. Harry King at the UK Film Review stated, “While this indie title was a success and needs to be viewed, it did go on for a little longer than anticipated…”(1)
External links: IMDb page https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5090230/
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