• The Power of Nightmares (2004) Rating & Reviews

Based on 6 Critics
Based on 13 Users
  • Eye-opening political documentary focuses on "the strange world of violence and fear, fantasy and deception, in which we now live." show more

  • It's a fluid cinematic essay, rooted in painstakingly assembled evidence, that heightens and cleanses your perceptions. show more

  • It's intriguing stuff, but Curtis overplays his hand when he underplays the existence of any real threat (Madrid? London? Amman?), proposes that Al Qaeda is a fiction and risks undermining the credibility of an otherwise compelling argument. show more

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