Philadelphia City Paper Review
 
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From seat belts to train wrecks, Henriette Mantel and Steve Skrovan's documentary An Unreasonable Man traces Ralph Nader's evolution from consumer advocate to electoral scapegoat. Or rather non-evolution, since the movie's thesis is that the same hard-headedness that allowed him to take on the auto industry in the 1960s helped him tune out the pleas of those who begged him to sit out the 2000 and 2004 elections. (Should the latter sound like an exaggeration, the movie includes footage of Michael Moore and Bill Maher dropping to their knees and imploring him not to run in 2004.) In other words, blame him for Bush if you must, but don't forget the good he did beforehand.

 



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