Michael Moore Hates America

Michael Moore Hates America

Michael Wilson, like the subject of his film, is trying to get an interview with a multi-millionaire; however, in this case, that millionaire is Michael Moore himself.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:125 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:hypocrisy,   gun,   hypocrite,  

Michael Wilson, like the subject of his film, is trying to get an interview with a multi-millionaire; however, in this case, that millionaire is Michael Moore himself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Rosana M (ag) wrote: I gave it this rating because the story was wonderful, but it could've been presented much better than this...

Kimberly D (us) wrote: old but beautifull ^^

Private U (au) wrote: Regarded as one of the worst movies ever made... however, if you can find it, it's worth seeing, as it is THAT bad, it's hilarious!Seriously! We were crying laughing!

Carl E (au) wrote: A repressed cake decorator and a rebellious waitress accidentally kill a hitchhiker and get perverse pleasure from it. More killing ensues. An amazingly sleazy and violent flick from Japan.

TonyPolito (ca) wrote: Director/Writer Truffaut teams Belmondo and Deneuve to spin the suspenseful story of a bride mail-ordered straight off the pages of a Hitchcock catalog. Belmondo, a tobacco-plantation owner on the remote island of Reunion, is perplexed and pleasantly surprised when it's no plaine-Jeanne, but the lovely Deneuve, stylish-clad in Yves Saint Laurent (of course) and reserved just this side of icy, who's turned up out of France for the arranged marriage. Belmondo's bigger surprise comes when discovers he's sharing his honeymoon bed with Hitchcock's Marnie. His smitten patience is rewarded with the disappearance of Deneuve - and his bank accounts. Finding she's two women in one drives Belmondo deep down a rabbit hole of Vertigo-styled psychosis and hospitalization. Then, appropriately obsessed, Belmondo goes on the sleuth for his other Madeline (or thief Marnie, viewer's choice). If/when he discovers her, he'll face Scotty's choice - whether to deal her out love or punishment - and, like Scotty, he'll also have to live with the consequences that fall from that choice. Here, Deneuve's only two years out of "Belle de Jour" and just as beautiful, delivering a similar enigmatic persona in Act 1. As the snared thief in Acts 2&3, she plays a woman of far baser stuff, and does that just as well. Belmondo yields a competent and subtle delivery of the protagonist waffling about impotently within the emotional dilemma of his own making. Angelina Jolie and Antonio Banderas were paired to seriously juice/tramp up the mediocre 2001 Hollywood rip, "Original Sin." True film buffs will fare better skipping that train stop, mostly an ogling of the two hot-bods, and instead catch the express out to this far-better acted, more suspenseful, dramatic and plot-driven destination.

Martin T (us) wrote: After the crazy Blind Beast, I had hoped for another offbeat film from Masumura. No such luck. It's mostly notable for being Yukio Mishima's first acting gig (not too bad), but otherwise it's a pretty typical Yakuza flick. It does have a wacky musical number and one heck of a great death scene, though.

a g (fr) wrote: old skool awsome war movie.

Rob H (es) wrote: The negative power of blind hatred by the Nazi leader was astounding. He simply did not allow himself to be open to the beauty surrounding him, nor the humans dwelling in their elements (the Canadians). I was especially amused at their reaction to the communitarian lifestyle of the Hutterites and their rejection of his fascist ideology and appeal to their German blood. An excellent lesson on the inhumanity of political extremism, especially fascism.

Abby D (ag) wrote: I really wanted to like this movie. I loved the begining of it. I liked how they had little jobs and the feel of Ember. But near the end it was getting confusing and out of control and that is when the movie lost me.

Sterling F (au) wrote: This movie suprised me. I just thought it woukd be some other generic Oz movie, but it was really good. The visuals were beautiful to look at, and the characters look the way you think they would if they were young men and women. One drawback for me was Mila Khunis as the Wicked Witch, which was not a good choice. When I see her, I don't think of her as the Wicked Witch of the West. Other than that, if you can tolerate it, you'll enjoy it as much as the first Wizard of Oz.

Josh R (nl) wrote: I didn't "hate" Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse. I think I just was expecting too much from it. Yeah, it's pretty funny, but what I wanted was for it to be REALLY funny. The film throws a lot of crude and crass jokes at you. Some hit, and some just flat out miss. And when the jokes start getting recycled, the storyline starts to become very predictable. Overall, decent time, but I still can't help but feel let down. Grade: C+

Brian S (au) wrote: A weird movie. It's definitely a Lucio Fulci classic, even though it wasn't as good as his hit classic Zombi. The movie actually has a good story but it isn't well told and the script doesn't help. Of course, this being a Lucio Fulci film, the gore adds authenticity but it's effective in it's own ghostly low budget way.