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Bowling For Columbine: Michael Moore - Thorn in the side of corporate America, scourge of the political hypocrisy and all-round ass-kicker of those that need a boot in the behind...
With his trademark charm and biting wit, Michael Moore's documentary sets off on a rollicking journey to the heart of America, hoping to discover why the American pursuit of happiness is so riddled with massive amounts of violence and asks "Are we a nation of gun nuts.... or are we just nuts?"
Fahrenheit 9/11: Already the highest grossing documentary of all time in America (also breaking records in Europe and the UK) and winner of the prestigious Palme D'Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 2004, Fahrenheit 9/11 is the powerful new film from Oscar-winning director Michael Moore. Following the huge critical and commercial success of Bowling For Columbine, Moore uses his characteristically deft humour and uniquely persistent style to launch an unflinching inquiry into the Bush administration's foreign policy.
Fahrenheit 9/11 is by turns determinedly truthful, scathingly funny, intensely thought-provoking and thoroughly entertaining. Combining rare footage, expert testimony and his one-of-a-kind dogged hunt for answers to tough questions, the film takes on the burning issues facing America today. Michael Moore turns a sceptical lens on President George W. Bush and his inner circle who ignored the Saudi connection to 9/11 and instead rushed headlong into war against Iraq...
Sicko: Sicko is the new documentary film by director Michael Moore.
It investigates the United States health care system with a focus on for-profit health insurance and the pharmaceutical industry. The film compares the U.S. health care system with that of Canada's single-payer system and other universal health care systems, including those in France, the United Kingdom and Cuba. The film has been criticized for not discussing the drawbacks of universal health care in these countries.