All Hail Michael Moore

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That Moorewatch site is gonna come in handy. Something called the International Documentary Association just named Moore's Bowling for Columbine the best documentary film of all time. Of all time.

An Oscar is expected to follow.

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  1. Oh, good lord. Nothing Moore has produced will ever equal, never mind surpass, Terry Zwigoff’s “Crumb.”

    “Best documentary ever.” Please.

  2. Bowling for Columbine IS the best documentary film of all time, as long as the following conditions are true:

    documentry = Movies the members of the International Documentary Association will admit to each other they’ve seen,
    AND
    all time = however many months back the members of the International Documentary Association can remember without straining themselves.

    I mean really, even Michael Moore’s fans don’t think it’s the equal of his other work, like Roger and Me.

  3. A true man of conviction who unlike most people
    dosn’t forget the misdeads of political and corperate leaders in a week. To thine self be true.
    P.S. Any body who spoke out against slavery in this country was mocked and booed but that didn’t
    mean they where wrong. Keep the faith

  4. Our eighth grade class is watching the documentary for Social Studies and I have to say this is probably the best documentary I’ve seen. Unlike many documentary that are dull and have no point; Mr. Moore had incoporated something that had kept our entire grade wanting to see it. THAT is something that has never happened in our school, as far as I know.

    The documentary is definitely about a serious issue but Mr. Moore has made it so it’s also funny at a lot of appropriate places (my favorite scenes has got to be the one with South Park and the other cartoon that made history a lot more interesting).

    Even though I’m only in eighth grade, I can certainly see why Mr. Moore won the award for best documentary.

  5. Our eighth grade class is watching the documentary for Social Studies and I have to say this is probably the best documentary I’ve seen. Unlike many documentary that are dull and have no point; Mr. Moore had incoporated something that had kept our entire grade wanting to see it. THAT is something that has never happened in our school, as far as I know.

    The documentary is definitely about a serious issue but Mr. Moore has made it so it’s also funny at a lot of appropriate places (my favorite scenes has got to be the one with South Park and the other cartoon that made history a lot more interesting).

    Even though I’m only in eighth grade, I can certainly see why Mr. Moore won the award for best documentary.

  6. Bowling for Colombine was an excellent documentary. Going beyond America’s Comfort Zone is a difficult task. For those who have been wronged in this country, it gives you courage to continue your own battles to expose truths and find justice somewhere, somehow-
    And what about Dick Clark… is he going to be on at the New Years Eve bash this year? Too Bad…I love what Michael Moore did here – and w/ Charlton Heston! Great Job!
    Thank you for creating such a controversial film!
    America needs to wake up – I hope that MIcheal Moore doesn’t stop. We need someone to expose the truth! Keep going Michael!
    Enough is enough!

  7. This website is a sad attempt to justify the wrongs of an over powerful, and egotistical country.
    You can ridicule what this man has to say for all it’s worth, but the man puts forward more than valid points even without the evidence.
    It doesn’t take a genius to realise that Micheal Moore is right!

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