The movie 2016: Obama’s America is shocking the film industry after becoming a box office success despite having virtually no promotional budget.
It's advertised as the the story the White House doesn’t want you to hear and the media refuses to tell.
While pundits and critics are divided over whether "2016: Obama's America" is a sobering documentary examining "the most mysterious U.S. president in modern history" or an 87-minute attack ad, there's no debating that the film is a box office phenomenon.
The film has shocked industry prognosticators by earning an estimated $20 million to date, more than five times what the second-highest documentary this year, "Bully," earned.
With virtually no promotional budget, the film has expanded in a little over a month from one theater in Houston to 1,747 screens this weekend.