Weinstein Company, The | Release Date: October 27, 2006
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DonR.Nov 6, 2006
The Dixie Chicks are the biggest con artists out there. All the success of their latest album, along with this movie is simply based on a political message. Obviously they plan to use the Natilie Maines comment to con the gullible public out The Dixie Chicks are the biggest con artists out there. All the success of their latest album, along with this movie is simply based on a political message. Obviously they plan to use the Natilie Maines comment to con the gullible public out of as much money as possible. The quality of thier work has completely bottumed out. I can't wait for them to shut up and GO AWAY! Expand
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MikeG.Jan 13, 2007
I think that the doc. was interesting. I wanted to give it a higher score, but I have a problem with millionare american singers going overseas and trashing this country/president. Patriotism is not exercising freedom of speech, rather I think that the doc. was interesting. I wanted to give it a higher score, but I have a problem with millionare american singers going overseas and trashing this country/president. Patriotism is not exercising freedom of speech, rather supporting your country, get a clue dixie chicks. Sorry if that clouds the judgement of a former marine. Expand
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NickM.Nov 12, 2006
Funny how the title says "shut up and sing" yet that is in fact the last thing that they do. All this is is another lame political statement. the last thing that they do is "shut up and sing."
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Will.Mar 26, 2007
Well, the problem here is this: Maines is disingenuous. She apologizes for her behavior when the entirety of society decries her behavior -- yet retracts her apology when the majority agree with her. You know what? That's the hallmark Well, the problem here is this: Maines is disingenuous. She apologizes for her behavior when the entirety of society decries her behavior -- yet retracts her apology when the majority agree with her. You know what? That's the hallmark of someone without the spine to stand on their own. Honestly, her politics are incidental. I may aree with her on paper...but the woman is far from an intellectual. She's disgusting in her weakness as an individual. Expand
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