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Michael Moore Hates America is a documentary that forces audiences to rethink the genre. It challenges conventional wisdom and takes on the top documentary filmmaker of all time. Join Mike Wilson as he travels from coast to coast in search of the American Dream, and chases down Michael Moore in an effort to figure out why the two have such different visions of America. Written by
Director Michael Wilson has stated that the film's title "is not a thesis". Instead, it's meant to be a satirical comment on what he calls "the shrillness that has engulfed the American conversation". Wilson singled out Michael Moore, Al Franken, and Ann Coulter as culprits. See more »
If you cut this footage so that I'm more negative about Michael Moore than I really am, or that I make points I didn't really make, I'll hunt you down and fucking kill you.
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Despite the polarizing title that causes unintelligent people to either damn the movie to hell or praise it to the high heavens without even SEEING the film in question, this documentary seems to want to get the idea across that there's too much sheer venom and dishonesty on BOTH sides of the political aisle (Micheal Wilson doesn't look fondly on David Horowitz either). He focuses on Micheal Moore because he's the biggest target (Please no fat jokes). A great many people go to see Moore's films and take what they say at face value never bothering to do a little research on their own. Moore lies for what in his mind is for the greater good. And that what the film takes issue with. Also Wtlson is not afraid to look bad in his film (his disastrous TV interview, falling into the same questionable ways of making a film as Moore has, etcetera). Something Moore could do very well to learn: Being humble. Go re-watch "Roger & Me", then slip this into the DVD player as it's a good counter-point.
My Grade: B
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