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Where To Invade Next – The Review

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Filmmaker Michael Moore returns to a more comic touch with Where To Invade Next, an election-season-perfect tour of life in other developed countries which maybe Moore’s funniest in years. Moore’s last film, Capitalism: A Love Story, took a rather grim look at America’s economic system but Where To Invade Next recalls Moore’s earlier playful troublemaker, uncovering ironies and overlooked facts, as he did in Bowling For Columbine and Roger And Me, although this film continues some thoughts from previous films. In Where To Invade Next, Moore starts with the U.S.’s penchant react with military force, and fashions himself into a one-man army to “invade” various countries on America’s behalf in order to “take things we need.” In this case, those countries are other developed nations and those things are not oil or other resources but their good ideas to solving our myriad domestic problems. »

- Cate Marquis

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Where to Invade Next documentary review: finding the American dream everywhere but America

9 February 2016 12:33 PM, PST | | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

Michael Moore doesn’t hate America. But he does wonder how other nations are doing so many things better than the supposed greatest country in the world. I’m “biast” (pro): love Michael Moore

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

Alas, the Americans who really really really need to see this movie will go out of their way to avoid it.

I’m talking about the people who get all of their “news” from Fox, and “know” that Norway and Italy are communist hellholes where everyone waits in line for toilet paper and can’t get their blood pressure checked without permission from the government and an appointment 18 months out. These people also “know” — because Fox News has kindly informed them of this — that rabble-rousing documentarian Michael Moore hates America. Obviously. Because criticism of one’s homeland in the hopes »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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Michael Moore Scolds Obama for Not Visiting Flint

21 January 2016 6:57 AM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Flint, Mich. native Michael Moore scolded President Obama for coming within an hour of his hometown, but not making a personal visit there to address its water crisis. On a visit to Detroit Wednesday, the president pledged to have “all the people of Flint’s back” as residents there deal with poisonous, lead-contaminated tap water. But the “Fahrenheit 9/11” and “Sicko” filmmaker noted that Obama didn’t go the extra mile (actually 68 miles, by Interstate 75) to visit Flint. In a series of tweets, Moore compared Obama’s treatment of Flint to President Bush’s flyover of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. »

- Tim Molloy

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