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I can't give this program a rating that truly portrays its greatness.
Set in Sacred Heart hospital it follows the fledgling careers of a group of interns. A brief intro of the characters
JD - Geeky Dr and our hero. Elliot - Sexy but neurotic. Dr Turk - Cocky, confident surgeon. Todd - Sex obsessed frat boy surgeon. Carla - Ghetto know it all bossy nurse. Dr Cox - JD's Mentor with a slight hint of sacrcasm in his nature. Dr Kelso - Satans mentor. Janitor - Stalker
I have never laughed so much at a TV Comedy, and with so many humorous characters, ranging from mean Dr Kelso, sarcasm king Dr Cox and the just plain psychotic Janitor. If you haven't seen it, I implore you, Beg steal or borrow an episode or two, and if you aren't hooked then I guess you've already had your funny bone removed.
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Now I am by no means a fan of George W Bush, And after doing a lot of private research on Michael Moores claims in his previous movies I find the man repulsive and manipulative in his sole goal to make money. That said I thought i should see this movie and see if a leopard can change its spots.
Firstly it is an excellent piece of cinema, The documentary is well laid out and seemless in its transition from start to finish. I liked the film for its though provoking images, mainly because Moore prancing around like an idiot and using his pathetic embarrassment tactics were cut to a bare minimum. The footage said more than Moore ever could. (the validity of the message TBC)
Throughout the film i felt that for the most part the facts remain intact, however as a word of warning, do not take anything Michael Moore says at face value.
The one suspect part of the movie that bothered me somewhat was his trailing of a US Mother, who at the start of the Documentary was pro war, until her son's Blackhawk is shot down in Iraq and is killed. Given the number of Troops in Iraq and the comparative few killed I find it somewhat remarkable that Moore has found this woman prior to her sons death.
All said and done though well worth seeing, although it loathes me to put money into the mans pocket. However Moore did say himself that he was pro downloading of movies from the net and in the interview states that he is happy for people to do that with his work, then as a challenge to his motives I strongly suggest you download the movie instead of paying to see it.