BlogCritics Reviews Loose Change
You get the feeling that the reviewer is realizing as he goes on just how goofy Loose Change is, but he started out writing a positive review:
Just my blurting it out like this simply doesn’t do the film justice. Avery isn’t simply rambling on about conspiracies. The man did his homework. He piles the evidence on sharply and efficiently and doesn’t infer but states his opinion clearly for all to hear. But the documentary is simply an over-sized PowerPoint slide-show presentation and this constitutes its weak point. But having made this film with loose change, it would be difficult to expect more.
This film, as anything that criticizes the actions of the government following the attacks, is harshly criticized itself. But the film’s detractors' arguments also stand up as well. I won’t go into them here because there are far too many of them. To look them up, start with a Wikipedia search of Loose Change.
The factuality of the film’s arguments is in question, no doubt. You get a feeling from the film that the reason for the carpet bombing of evidence and facts is a tool to distract the viewer from seeing the manipulation of evidence and quotes to achieve a desired result or conclusion not unlike an O’Reilly Factor episode.
Still, he gives it three stars (out of five).