Michael Moore is a well-known face in Hollywood industry. He has created a unique image in direction and film making .born and brought up in US. He is well known for projecting focus on topics like globalization and capitalism. He has bagged plenty of awards, including the “Oscar”, for his out of box approach towards movie making. He is a really motivating and inspiring mind. His movies are perfect combination of reality, humor, admiration. Here are some great Michael Moore Movies that he has presented to his fans and audience.
Michael Moore in Trump land
See the show where Ohio Republicans tried their hardest to shut down. With the highly designated award ,the “Oscar” Michael Moore plunges right into hostile territory with his intensely daring and hilarious one-man show, deep in the heart of Trump Land in the weeks before the 2016 election. The movie tells his quest to “Make America Sane Again.”
Where to invade next
Just in time for an election season that features an unbalanced and demented billionaire, a bad tempered socialist, and two political dynasty names the public is weary of — here comes America’s Favorite #1 Political agitator and Provocateur, Michael Moore with his amazing new film, Where to Invade Next. Already honored by numerous festivals and critics groups, Where To Invade Next is an expansive, hilarious, an incendiary comedy in which the Academy Award winning director, playing the role of “invader”, goes out and visits a host of nations to “steal” some of their best ideas and bring them back home to the U.S. of A. His first film in over six years, already being tagged as “his best film yet Salon,” the creator of Fahrenheit 9/11 and Bowling for Columbine, has returned with an epic and an out of the box approached movie unlike anything he has ever done — an eye-opening call to arms to abduct and capture the American Dream and restore it in, of all places, America.
Capitalism: A Love Story
On the 20-year anniversary of his record setting and groundbreaking piece of artistry “Roger & Me,” Michael Moore’s “Capitalism: A Love Story” comes home to the issue he’s been reflecting throughout his career: the disastrous and barely acceptable impact of corporate dominance on the day-to-day lives of Americans. But this time the culprit is gigantic and much bigger than General Motors, and the crime scene is far wider than Flint, Michigan.
While Moore’s ‘SiCKO’ follows the contributing path of previous hit films, the Oscar-winning BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE and all-time box-office documentary champ FAHRENHEIT 9/11, it is also something very different from usual for Michael Moore. ‘SiCKO’ is a straight-from-the-heart reflection of the crazy and sometimes cruel and harsh U.S. health care system, told from the superiority of everyday people faced with extraordinary and extremely bizarre challenges in their quest for basic health coverage. In the tradition of Mark Twain or Will Rogers, ‘SiCKO’ uses humor and wit to tell these compelling stories, leading the audience to conclude that an alternative system is the only possible answer for everyone seeking validation of the same.
It’s a documentary by Michael Moore where he pin points the issue of not casting votes despite of having it as a right and choosing the best for oneself. In the movie, Moore travels various places and plan college and university campus visits in order to convince and encourage people with age group 18-29 to vote. The only idea behind the movie is to mobilize young voters. A unique idea in its own self.
One of the most disputed, contentious and provocative films of the year, Fahrenheit 9/11 is Academy Award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore’s blazing examination of the Bush administration’s actions in the wake of the tragic incidents of 9/11.
With his characteristic persistent humor and unshakable commitment to uncovering the facts, Moore considers the presidency of George W. Bush and where it has led us. He looks at how – and why – Bush and his inner circle avoided ensuing the Saudi connection to 9/11, despite the fact that 15 of the 19 hijackers were Saudis and Saudi money had funded Al Qaeda. Fahrenheit 9/11 shows us a nation kept in constant fear and rage by FBI alerts and ease off into accepting a piece of legislation, the USA Patriot Act, that breaching the basic civil rights. It is in this atmosphere of confusion, intense suspicion and dread that the Bush Administration makes its headlong rush towards war in Iraq and Fahrenheit 9/11 takes us inside that war to tell the stories we haven’t heard and imagined in any sense, illustrating the awful human cost to U.S. soldiers and their families.
Bowling for Columbine
“Bowling for Columbine” is an alternately hilarious and a bit horrifying film about the United States. It is a film about the state of the Union, about the brutal soul of America. Why do 11,000 people die in America each year at the hands of gun violence and fierce situations? The talking heads yelling and shouting out loud from every TV camera blame everything from Satan to video games. How have we become both the master as well as victim of such raising amounts of violence? This is not at all a film about gun control. It is a film about the fearful sad heart and soul and spirit of the United States, and the 280 million Americans lucky enough to have the right to a constitutionally protected Uzi.
The Big One (Michael Moore Movies)
Michael Moore might have thought he’d have a big problem doing a follow-up to “Roger & Me,” his more cracking documentary that took General Motors CEO Roger Smith to task for shutting down a Buick plant and firing thousands out of work. Since that soul-satisfying film in 1988, Moore has taken on a certain measure of celebrity and even richness. But then along came downsizing in the ’90s. As corporations discovered they could increase profits by throwing out American workers who made them rich and farming out jobs to lower-priced workers in other countries.