The movie censors and critics were, of course, paid off for us to read their reviews and think that Fauci’s documentary wasn’t all that bad.
When in fact – they’ve completely missed the point.
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According to IMDB, the movie “Fauci” is “a glimpse into infectious disease specialist, Dr. Anthony Fauci who has led the U.S. fight against every epidemic the country has faced from AIDS to SARS to Ebola, and the ongoing COVID-19.”
The reviews are totally lying about how the audiences from all over the world actually responded.
Originally, IMDb listed the score for “Fauci” as a horrendous 1.6 out of 10. And now – a much more respectable rate of 5.8 out of 10 has been listed.
The components of the overall score, however, remain the same as before.
— Hans Mahncke (@HansMahncke) October 12, 2021
Then, what has changed, you may ask?
IMDb appears to have artificially inflated the movie’s rating — and it didn’t do a very good job in covering up its deception.
At the very same time, on Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a pitiful audience score of 2%.
Here are some of the comments written by people who have watched it.
“Very disappointing film. I was excited to see a movie that captures one of the biggest names on the popular culture landscape over the last 2 years. Instead what I got felt like a propaganda piece or a fan tribute. Very troubling way to present a documentary/film,” one user named “Jason M” wrote.
“It should have taken a more balanced look at his life and work. Instead, it felt like a marketing puff piece which is not what anyone wants from a documentary. Let’s hope this was a blip and it’s not the future of documentaries.”
“I had already known that this documentary was not well received by many, but I watched with an open mind to learn as much as I could about Fauci. If this documentary had a different purpose, or a different title, I would probably be more forgiving,” a user named “Chris E” wrote.
“What do I mean? Well, this was supposed to be a documentary about a public figure. Not a biography, but a documentary about a man’s career, no? Covering the many years of service of this man with no mention of any controversy is troubling. It did not mention the wins AND the losses, it just painted him as a dedicated, yet underappreciated man.”
“I wanted to learn as much as I could, so I could formulate a more fact-based opinion on Fauci. I can’t use this documentary because it was really just a puff piece. It was very one-sided. I prefer a documentary that covers all sides; the positives, the negatives, and everything in-between.”
Have you already watched it?
Care to leave your personal recension?