U.N. Me
U.N. Me (2012)

When the United Nations was founded more than sixty years ago, it embodied our hope for a safer, more peaceful world. But as reports of human rights violations and international conflicts make daily headlines, a question arises: Is the… More

Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: June 1, 2012
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Dennis Harvey

These japes only do a disservice to the film's many serious allegations.

Mindy Farabee
Los Angeles Times

The result is far from evenhanded, but capable of raising important questions.

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Sr. Rose Pacatte
National Catholic Reporter

[U.N. Me] documents many of the gross and more recent failings of the United Nations, but it felt like an assault by an affluent bully (Horowitz) trying to channel Michael Moore.

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Michael O'Sullivan
Washington Post

He scores some good points, if at times his tone seems slightly inappropriate to the gravity of the subject.

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Neil Genzlinger
New York Times

A sassy documentary that suggests the United Nations is doing more harm than good.

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Christian Toto
Big Hollywood

Where are Michael Moore and his high-powered doc peers when you need them? The scrappy U.N. Me shines an unblinking light on a troubled organization.

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Farran Smith Nehme
New York Post

What truly makes "U.N. Me'' repulsive is its crassness.

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Joe Neumaier
New York Daily News

Is it all valid? Perhaps. Should the film's questions be addressed? Absolutely.

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Robert Levin

The filmmakers present a sharp, well-argued case that exposes the rampant cronyism and greed eating away at the heart of the United Nations.

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