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Opened in Theaters: Friday, June 29th, 2007

Directed by Michael Moore

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Sicko
Academy Award® Nominee
Michael Moore sets out to investigate the American healthcare system. Sticking to his one-man approach, Moore sheds light on the complicated medical affairs of individuals and local communities.  View more >

PG-13
brief strong language

Starring Michael Moore

Academy AwardŽ Nominee
- Best Documentary Feature
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[--- See Now! ---]by George Jobson VIP MemberJul 19, 2007

I saw Michel Moore on CNN the other day. He argued with Wolf Bitzer over the facts of his movie "Sicko." One of the reason why I like Michel Moore is bacause he never back down from an arguement. He movie "Sicko" makes lots of sense in a country where the United States is the only country without a free healthcare system. Morre went to England, France and Cuba to show that the health care system cost nothing. Even Moore took a couple of people to Cuba to get healthcare. Anyone who is Conservative or a CO of a drug manafacture company should paid close attention to the movie. Those GOP congressmen who stuff themself with money from the lobbyists should also pay attention to the movie. What they're doing is hurting the poor of this country, and they don't care. If they don't like the message, tough! One scene where a elderly woman is left on the street after spending some time in a hospital. The reason why she was there is she can't pay. There are heartbreaking tales told by people who because of skyrise health cost, they can't earn a living. Back in the 1990's Hilary Clinton lauch a campaign to extend healthcare to all Americans, but GOP conseratives shot that idea down. Guess what! I'm supporting her run for President. I hope she get the healthcare back on the table again. I ugred everyone to see this movie. In seeing "Sicko" you will find the voice of turning this healthcare crisis around.It's a must-see. the film is "Sicko." 

[--- Good ---]by Tom K Jul 23, 2007

This was a "see now", up until the whole Cuba segment. That was such blatant propaganda that the whole rest of the film lost a bit of credibility with me. 

[--- Stay Away! ---]by Michael Mazzoni Aug 31, 2007
[--- See Now! ---]by ioana Sep 2, 2007



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