The American Ruling Class

The American Ruling Class

This inventive, mildly fictionalized documentary follows noted editor Lewis Lapham as he introduces two Ivy League graduates to America's elite in an effort to examine the role of class and moneyed privilege in American democracy. With stops at the Pentagon, posh Manhattan parties and more, Lapham encounters luminaries -- including James Baker III and Walter Cronkite -- who each share their perspectives on America's ruling class.

In this first of its kind "dramatic-documentary-musical", Lewis Lapham takes two young Ivy-League graduates on a tour of the corridors of power. The novice careerists must decide: should they seek to rule the world, or to save it? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Amirah B (it) wrote: Very disappointing movie... Stale comedy... Boring Script..

Hamida R (ca) wrote: ok-ish, mostly improvised script done on a v low budget so gotta give it points for that. vinnie is quite good...

William M (kr) wrote: Outsourced is a romantic comedy that works in both respects. My wife and I watched this movie and found it quite entertaining. I would highly recommend it for a date night movie. I give it a 4 / 5 stars on the KopOut Scale (worth seeing in theaters)

Paul M (nl) wrote: England will play 4-4 f*****g 2!!!

Art S (gb) wrote: The title says it all - except that the robbery itself is over in the first 15 minutes of the film (admittedly only 67 minutes long in total). All that follows is the aftermath, which is actually a pretty taut police procedural. So, we shift from learning the plans of the clever crook who masterminds the heist (played by William Talman of Perry Mason fame) to the methods of the police lieutenant who tracks him down. Director Richard Fleischer knows how to increase the tension (e.g., a car engine stalls out at just the wrong time) and to keep things moving, just as he did in the subsequent Narrow Margin and Violent Saturday. Not sure what happened with him later as he moved into Disney fare and other oddities (Soylent Green, Conan the Barbarian). This is a good example of its genre, with a tough-as-nails cop going head to head with a bad guy who keeps his wits about him (until the somewhat inexplicable, but apt, ending punctuates the affair).

Joel P (it) wrote: Visually spectacular and full of memorable scenes, this film is an underrated Aussie classic.