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Sicko

Rated PG-13 for brief strong language.

PG-13 123min.
 
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After exploring the predominance of violence in American culture in Bowling for Columbine and taking a critical look at the September 11th attacks in Fahrenheit 9/11, activist filmmaker Michael Moore turns his attentions toward the topic of health ... Read More
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February 27, 2012
skinbus33
Having just seen this movie, I was so angered by it that I actually lost a night's sleep after seeing it. Even the day after, I'm still angry enough to be fuming. As long as healthcare is for profit, nothing will change & our leaders in politics & medicine should be ashamed of how broken our system is. As usual, money is the motive. These people make me physically ill!
March 17, 2009
Grkkid75
this is a shame the riches country and it doesnt have UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE. FOR IT PEOPLE ... COUNRTIES LIKE CANADA , THE ENGLAND, FRENCE, AND OUT ALL COUNRTY CUBA.. WERE CUBA ALSO HAS THE BEST DOCTERS IN THE WORLD.. HOW CAN THAT ALL BE ... CUBA A POOR COUNRTY AND IT PUMPS OUT THOSE KIND OF DOCTERS ..... I THINK IT TIME THE POEPLE IN THE U.S.A. GET AND UP AND START TO VOICE THE ISSUES....
February 07, 2009
Devildogbiker
Did you know that veterans that are 100% disabled get free medical and dental care, is that socialism? One thing though, the veterans that don't have 100% have to pay for wounds that received while in the military. Or any other kind of treatment they need,
May 22, 2008
no1socer
The best point made: America cannot be a good nation until we start caring for each other. Having been brain washed for decades about the fears of socialism really did damage to the betterment of our nation. Universal health care will not make anyone suffer....it's not what is it about. Funny how the best thing going for America is the military. I believe the point was made; if we can find money
May 22, 2008
beatdisdj79
i cant find it in any theaters

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