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    Michael Moore: An Influential Filmmaker

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    Michael Moore, an Academy Award-winning filmmaker is known for his highly controversial documentaries. He appeals to the newer generation, trying to educate people along with addressing our unresolved social issues in the United States. He gives incite to corrupt things that our government is involved in that citizens do not know about if they do not read or watch the news. Michael Moore proved to be a big-time influence through his work in the movie industry. His main message is to get people

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    Michael Moore depicts the American health care system as one that contains many flaws. He goes on to show different people who have not been able to afford the ridiculous sum of money to perform certain procedures. While scrutinizing the American health care system Michael ventures to Canada, France, Cuba and Great Britain in an attempt to compare health insurance and pharmaceuticals. The audience is invited to believe that America has the worst health care out of all five countries. Through this

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    Bowling for Columbine, by Michael Moore

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    homeland. One of the major parts of American violence is from guns. In the documentary, "Bowling for Columbine", a famous filmmaker, Michael Moore addresses the ubiquitous situation in America. He argues that the use of gun in America co-insides or correlates to the recent massacres and that America, as a whole, should have stricter gun control laws. Throughout the film, Moore uses specific references to it and employs rhetorical and persuasive devices to construct his argument in favor of changing gun

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    thoughts over the message and main points that both Al Gore and Michael Moore presented. In “Bowling for Columbine” by Michael Moore there were many fallacies throughout his documentary. Al Gore explained and supported his main point with many facts and scientific evidence that convinced me in supporting his message he was trying to get across. Michael Moore’s documentary focused on the shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado. Michael Moore searched for the answers as to why the two students decided

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    of Bowling for Columbine by Michael Moore In the recent film “Bowling for Columbine,” Michael Moore claims that fear drives people to violence; a short animation clip is also used by Michael Moore to depict the history of the United States in the documentary. The animation brought out a number of issues that set people thinking. Issues on race, fear and violence are also discussed in the documentary (as well as the interview of Oprah Winfrey and Michael Moore.)It is shocking to realize

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    How Michael Moore Makes His Arguments in Bowling for Columbine Michael Moore in his latest documentary, 'Bowling for Columbine', has aimed his camera directly between the eyes of our American culture. Using the school shootings of 1999 in Columbine and Flint as a starting point, Moore documents the fear and hypocrisy that has come to define this American culture. I'm going to avoid discussion of the specific material presented in this moving film; I feel no need to reinvent the wheel, it

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    Michael Moore´s Bowling For Columbine Bowling For Columbine is a well-directed documentary that informs people about gun violence in America. Michael Moore is successful in showing that America has been going through many gun tragedies; and portrays the sense that America’s problems are out of control. He conveys this through informative facts, images, and comparisons. Throughout the film Michael Moore throws many cold facts on the screen that makes it obvious that the strong nation of America

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    Essay On Michael Moore

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    From the start of the film it captures the viewer's attention, by showing Michael Moore and discussing why our society is critically flawed. Moore’s main goal was to confront Roger Smith, the CEO of General Motor.. Moore didn't just wanted to interviewed Smith but, bring him to Moore’s hometown Flint; where General Motor was once a big provider for many jobs. The whole film was composed of documentaries about General Motor, TV news footage, and documentaries about Flint. From the beginning you get

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    Documentaries Essay

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    documentaries of all time are Michael Moore films. These include ‘Fahrenheit 9/11’ (2004), which grossed nearly $120,000,000 at the box office and ‘Sicko’ (2007) which almost earned $25,000,000 to date (Box Office Mojo, n.d.). His other films ‘Bowling for Columbine’ (2002), ‘Capitalism: A Love Story’ (2009) and ‘Roger & Me’ (1989) are number 11, 15 and 24 respectively. The level of success which Moore has achieved is unprecedented; it is also, rather astounding considering Michael Moore is a filmmaker who “inspires

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    Bowling For Columbine

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    Bowling for Columbine, a film by Michael Moore tries to bring some very important points to the foreground of American culture and to some degree succeeds, however, by manipulating different things in this movie it makes it hard for me to totally agree with what he has to say. One point Mr. Moore and I do agree on is that racism, specifically against African American males is still very alive in America. Also, I agree that the media tries to find a quick and easy scapegoat to place

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