Doc About Chevron's Eco Destruction, While Better Than Most, Still Doesn't Measure Up as Art

New York Press | September 10, 2009
Crude touches all manifestations of oil greed which P.T. Anderson avoided when making his contemptuous anti-American pseudo-epic There Will Be Blood. Anderson kowtowed to trite anti-Bush cynicism, not even doing justice to the muckraking source novel, Oil!, by Upton Sinclair. Blood was trendy, Crude is aggrieved.

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