Dinesh D'Souza has hit a new low. For those of you who thought that a film couldn't be worse than "Hillary's America", which received a 2/100, Dinesh proves that he is definitely the worst filmmaker in the game right now by releasing "Death of a Nation: Can We Save America a Second Time?", that has a Metascore of 1/100 currently. It also has a score of 0% on Rotten Tomatoes.
It's being distributed by PureFlix, famous for releasing other gems such as "God's not Dead", "God's not Dead 2" and "Do You Believe?".
David Ehrlich, for IndieWire, said: "The meandering and insufferable Death of a Nation is little more than a greatest-hits collection of its creator's favourite neocon conspiracy theories, which frame the Democratic Party for the fascistic tendencies embodied by Donald Trump." (Grade: F)
Owen Gleiberman, for Variety, said: "In Death of a Nation, Dinesh D'Souza is no longer preaching to the choir; he's preaching to the mentally unsound. That's how detached from reality his "philosophy", his armchair rage, and his passionate and consuming desire to be a radical-right shill have become" (0/10)Last edited by LuccaCardoso1 - on 02 August 2018