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    class" and its current decline. What policies did Reagan usher in and why? What were the results? 3. Moore provides stories about the impact of privatization on local communities. What were some of these?’ 4. Corporations repeatedly claim that cutting jobs will allow them to save money and stay in business. Why does this not seem to work much in the examples detailed in the film? 5. Moore talks with workers and farmers about the impact of economic conditions and policies on their lives. What

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    Michael Moore’s Bowling for Columbine is a deceiving‚ manipulative‚ over exaggerated film. Even though it fits the definition of a documentary by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences‚ it doesn’t deserve an Oscar Award for stretching out the truth so far. Michael Moore shows his trustworthiness through his films with the way he dresses like the everyday American. His baseball cap‚ casual t-shirt and jeans make us believe he’s just like us. In his film‚ he does go out to Buell Elementary

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    Kelly Enright Haden Theater Auteur Paper Michael Moore Director Michael Moore is one of the most controversial movie makers of our time. His documentaries look to our government and media for a reason to the problems of out troubled nation. He uses strong statements and sometimes rude actions to get the reactions and shots he needs to make his films interesting. His movies always dissect the most sensitive topics that are on the American citizens’ minds. Two of the most controversial

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    The documentary “Capitalism: A Love Story” by Michael Moore was extremely interesting. At first I thought that it was going to be just another boring documentary‚ but the way he presented his arguments‚ and his point of view was very intriguing. It opened up my eyes to a lot of underlying issues that have occurred or are currently occurring in America that many people are unaware of. Three major aspects of the documentary that stuck out to me were the fact that American textbooks and made Ronald

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    growing town of Flint to become nothing more than a deserted and run-down place. Michael Moore’s film Roger & Me is a very biased film concerning the citizens of Flint‚ Michigan that lost their jobs due to General Motors shutting plants down in the town. Moore set out to try to get an interview with Roger Smith‚ the CEO of General Motors‚ and show him the devastations that the plants closing down had on Flint. The way Moore documents and uses pathos throughout the movie grabs the attention of the viewer

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    "Bowling for Columbine" Why anyone would go into a school with tons of loaded guns and shot up their teachers and peers is almost beyond grasp. But it happened. In the film‚ Bowling for Columbine‚ director Michael Moore takes an in depth look at what could have possibly made these ’troubled-youth’ do such a thing. He looks are more than just the tragedy at Columbine High School‚ but also at the NRA’s effects on people‚ the 2nd amendment‚ more school shootings and the United States compared to other

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    December 12‚ 2010 SiCKo: The Thought­Provoker Michael  Francis  Moore  is  a  controversial  American  filmmaker  who  has  directed numerous  documentaries.  These  documentaries  have  taken  a  large  spectrum  of  popular American  issues  and  reduced  them  to  one:  capitalism.  His  most  popular  cinematic  works include  Bowling  for  Columbine‚  Fahrenheit  9/11‚  Capitalism:  A  Love  Story‚  and most­notably‚  SiCKo.  With  a  liberal  stance‚  Moore  has  documented  his  own  vision  on

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    Bowling For Columbine Michael Moore is one of the most famous directors at documentary based movies. His academy award-winning movie Bowling For Columbine opens the eyes of viewers of gun violence in America. Moore presets his thoughts on gun control in a way that does not offend the audience but to informs them on the subject. Moore uses pathos‚ logos‚ and ethos in his document to create a peaceful presentation of his argument. Bowling For Columbine gives an inside look of our countries violent

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    The success of “Bowling for Columbine” has been accredited to Michael Moore and his talents in conveying his message through the film of the issues which plague American society. The reasons for this success are the subject of the film; there are the fear and racism in society and the controversial issues which Moore addresses through the film. The growing fear of others in the States can be called many things such as hate but mainly racism. Moor interviews various individuals such as those who

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    for the American dream has been talked about time and time again through history‚ and Michael Moore has dedicated a huge amount of his adult life to documenting such topics. Michael Moore has been acknowledged for his controversial style documentaries such as his film on the attacks in New York City on September 11th and also his Oscar award winning film on the Columbine High School shootings. These projects of Moore ’s are sometimes misunderstood for their satirical content and questioned by citizens

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