‘Hillary’s America’ documentary cracks top 10 at box office

‘Hillary’s America’ documentary cracks top 10 at box office, by Byran Alexander.

The documentary Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party, highly critical of presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party, cracked into film’s top 10 winners at the box office for the weekend.

The film, co-directed and co-written by conservative author and pundit Dinesh D’Souza and screenwriter Bruce Schooley, had opened July 15 …

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Hillary’s America was crushed by critics, earning a 5% positive critical rating on the review aggregation site RottenTomatoes.com [PC].  Alan Zilberman’s  Washington Post [PC] review said that the critical exploration of the Democratic Party through Clinton’s candidacy  “was too incoherent for serious argument.”

Bill Goodykoontz of The Arizona Republic [PC] called the “right wing polemic … vile stuff (that will) doubtless play right into the political climate.”

In an emailed statement to USA TODAY, D’Souza said the movie is based on “facts that really can’t be denied.”