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3. This American Journey (2013)
100 min | Documentary, Comedy, Drama
As children, British actor Paul Blackthorne and Australian photographer Mister Basquali both fell in love with America. Later they each fulfilled their dream to live here, but after two ... See full summary »
4. This Divided State (2005)
88 min | Documentary
The film follows Micheal Moore's controversial decision to speak at the Utah Valley State College, where a heated debate between protestors and supporters argue Moore's First Amendment freedom of speech rights.
5. Michael & Me (2004 Video)
Not Rated | 90 min | Documentary
Attorney and Radio Talk-Show host Larry Elder spends a year and a half attempting to interview Michael Moore in response to Moore's assertions about guns made in Bowling for Columbine.
8. Fever Pitch (2001)
27 min | Documentary, Short, Comedy
The definitive guide to getting to the top in Hollywood! Award-winning actor/director Willard Morgan takes us on the journey, aiming his camera at several successful industry veterans who ... See full summary »
9. The Michael Moore Show (1997 TV Movie)
In November of 1997, Michael Moore hosted a pilot for Fox entitled, "The Michael Moore Show" which was a cross between "The Late Show With David Letterman" and "TV Nation". Moore's first and only guest was filmmaker Kevin Smith.
10. Do As I Say (2009)
83 min | Documentary
Hypocrites come in all shapes and sizes. And when it comes to politics, hypocrisy is just part of the game. But the press only tends to cover half the story. For decades, the American ... See full summary »
12. Liberty Bound (2004)
90 min | Documentary
Liberty Bound takes an entertaining, tongue-in-cheek look at America's on-going struggle to keep a comfortable balance between democracy, capitalism and fascism. This is a film about ... See full summary »
14. Begging for Billionaires (2009)
57 min | Documentary
Explores the erosion of private property rights in United States and exposes how municipal governments use tax money and abusive eminent domain policies to aid private developers and corporations.