On the 20-year anniversary of his groundbreaking masterpiece 'Roger & Me,' Michael Moore's 'Capitalism: A Love Story' comes home to the issue he's been examining throughout his career: the disastrous impact of corporate dominance on the everyday ... Read More
I thought it was alright. Though I think he tends to ignore the potential good that capitalism can bring about. We've become too greedy as a society for good capitalism to exist. This movie shows what damage can be done when state and corporate powers merge (which is really where we went wrong).
its a documentary type of film ...talking to people on the street..etc...saying alot of information about jobs economy etc in the usa...its not the kind you sit and enjoy popcorn and a drink and laugh or wait for suspenseful scene.......its like sitting in a early morning classroom listening to the teacher where i want it to end sooner than later....and then i leave feeling guilty and concerned
Once again , useful idiot M Moore is showing how really evil he can be denouncing the capitalist system while exploiting it. If you want something with substance, see "Shooting Michael Moore" by Chainsaw productions, showing this week in Los Angeles. The film does a great job of exposing Moore?s lies and hypocrisy and is far more entertaining. You might even learn something useful.
if it weren't for kettlekorn, the ten bucks i paid to see this twaddle would have been a 100% loss. one could make a movie trashing mother theresa...perhaps thats mm's next project. though i doubt he could do nearly as good a job as christopher hitchens did in vanity fair some months ago. moore's talent in the writing, directing and producing reflects much effort, and as box office receipts
As the United States faces unprecedented financial crises, filmmaker Patrick Creadon explores just how America got to be in the economic mess that it finds itself in, eventually detailing just what the nation would have to do in order to prevent a ...…Read More
Television documentarian Leslie Cockburn makes her feature debut with American Casino, a documentary that examines the causes and repercussions of the American financial collapse of the late 2000s.…Read More
A passionate argument on behalf of the middle class, 'Inequality For All' features Robert Reich-professor, best-selling author, and Clinton cabinet memberas he demonstrates how the widening income gap has a devastating impact on the American economy.…Read More