Films By Michael Moore

Fahrenheit 9/11USA.Winner of the Palme d'Or and FIPRESCI prize at this year's Cannes Film Festival, Michael Moore's (Bowling for Columbine) blistering film takes a look at the state ofAmerica today and the role played by the Bush 'dynasty'. From the controversy surrounding the 2000 US presidential election to the attacks on September 11 2001, through to the conflicts in Afghanistan and the present... Read more
Documentary provocateur Michael Moore returns and, as usual, he's mad. America is the richest country on earth and yet, Moore exasperates, their global position in healthcare puts them at number 38 on the list - just above Slovenia. Rousing, provocative and sometimes incredibly funny, Moore takes aim at America's private sector healthcare industry. By wheeling in healthcare horror stories and sojo... Read more
Just when you thought if was safe to be a miserly, exploitative, conniving Montgomery Burns-style CEO... Michael Moore is back! A giant by reputation as well as physical presence, Moore first made his indelible mark on cinema with the hilarious but incisive Roger and Me, an attack on the mass retrenchments that wracked the auto industry in the 1980s. ... Once again Moore's targets are massive inte... Read more
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