Booze-soaked lesbian-hunter Oliver Stone, apparently no longer looking for Fidel, has fixed his eagle political eyes back onto Wall Street, the New York Times reports. We missed ya, Gordon Gekko! Here's how the profile ends:
"We wouldn't have done this movie in 2006," he said. "Things were too loose. I didn't want to glorify pigs."
Alas, and predictably, Moore didn't stop at the righteous objection to bailing out the rich. Check out Time magazine's description/lament of how Moore ends the film with a CHALLENGE to the nation's sheeple:
At the end Moore says, "I refuse to live in a country like this — and I'm not leaving." But this call to arms demands more than a ringleader; it requires a ring, an engaged citizenry who are mad enough not to take it any more. That's unlikely to happen. Moore's films are among the top-grossing documentaries in history because they are pertinent populist entertainments. The question remains: will Capitalism: A Love Story rouse the rabble to revolt? Or will audiences sit appreciatively through the movie, then go home and play the cat-in-the-toilet video?
Yeah! When are Americans going to rise up against their...liberal president and his Democratic majorities? Confusing!