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Bowling For Columbine (2002)

Cast: Michael Moore, Charlton Heston, Marilyn Manson, Matt Stone, Dick Clark, James Nichols, Jeff Rossen

Director(s): Michael Moore

Language: English

Genre: Documentary

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Filmmaker and leftist activist Michael Moore asks some serious questions as he probes the depths of America's trigger-happy gun culture in the insightful and amusing documentary, BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE. Guns in America are used to kill an average of more than 11,000 people per year. This death toll is obscenely out of balance with other first world countries, which generally average a total in double digits. Experts and analysts have pointed to America's bloody history as a reason, but how does t... [Get complete synopsis]


motleymitch wrote on April 29, 2005, 1:12 am
I love Michael Moore. He finally got his due (and well-deserved) for this masterpiece. Of course, the inevitable backlash is upon him now mostly from the right-wingers, and yeah he can be manipulative (like everyone else isn't?), but no arguing that this film set a milestone for documentaries to come, for better or worse.
It was my movie of the year.
Deril wrote on April 29, 2005, 9:37 am
Agreed. This was just brilliant. Best documentary I've ever seen (not that I've seen more than 5). Too bad The Oscars will never have him back.
Moore also had a great cameo in Team America World Police
Papamikey wrote on April 29, 2005, 12:17 pm
Mood: Classic Italien!
By far the most disturbing piece of this film (barring the live footage inside Columbine) was the scene were he gets a GUN for opening a chequing account at some redneck bank.


Love'im of hate'im, Michael Moore makes entertaining and provocative documentaries.

Papa Mikey!
terrapin wrote on May 17, 2005, 12:43 pm
Very powerful documentary about the unfortunate gun situation in the U.S. Michael Moore delivers his views very effectively. Great ending when he grills Charlton Heston. Highly recommended viewing.
Digone wrote on June 22, 2005, 1:53 pm
Mood: saw a while back
a good film, didn't really hit me directly as it didn't really have anything to do with me, but its still brings up the requendom that those people who were in the incident they deserve.

powerful and enjoyabel, what more is there to say?

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