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PJTV's Poliwood: Conservatives Rising: How Did an Obama Documentary Break Box Office Records?

On this week's Poliwood, Lionel Chetwynd crosses the cable aisle to analyze MSNBC's convention coverage and lives to tell about it. Also, Roger and Lionel take a look at Dinesh D'Souza's surprise box office hit 2016: Obama's America and examine the premise that Obama was shaped more by his father's anti-colonialism than he was this country's civil rights movement. And they also look at the Steven K. Bannan documentary The Hope and the Change which Sean Hannity called the most powerful documentary he'd seen in his life.

And Rotten Tomatoes' Matt Atchity previews the new Bradley Cooper movie The Words, as well as 2016: Barack Obama's America.

Watch on YouTube here; PJTV subscribers click here to watch.