Presidents Collection (2016/History Channel/A&E/Lionsgate DVD
C Sound: C Extras: D Main Program: C+
takes a look at the American President from the first president to
present day in The Presidents Collection (2016). The
President of the United States of America, the leader of what is now
known as the free world, and champion of freedom and liberty. While
there were some great Presidents, most of them we will barely
remember. The condition of United States of America is a testimony
to their legacy and their accomplishments/failures. With each
President, they seem to test the integrity of a nation and can a
republic for the people withstand the test of time? And what SHOULD
a President BE to be to The United States of America?
American President is considered to be one of the most powerful men
in the world and here, The History Channel takes a look into the
evolution of the President with The American Nation. How they
have shaped and changed a nation? Often they challenged the ideas of
freedom, liberty and democracy. They have questioned the people's
rights, but who did it apply to? We have gone to war, but to build
what sort of nation afterwards? But what DOES America stand for?
And what DOES the President fight/work for? Ideas, power, wealth,
it's people or the freedom and equality for all mankind?
other installments, this program looks a back at history and those
who became President of the United States of America, through the
eyes of historians, pictures and books they judge the Presidents not
for what they intended or why they were elected ...but for what they
accomplished for the United States of America. Even years after
their tenure and life it is easy to compare them to modern presidents
and to judge them by their strengths (and weaknesses) when history
has already proven them to be either wise and good leader, or just a
another footnote in history.
widescreen, anamorphically enhanced 1.78 X 1 image and lossy Dolby
Digital sound are a mixed bag, so only expect so much from playback
performance, plus we get no extras.