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Opened in Theaters: Friday, October 2nd, 2009

Directed by Michael Moore

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Capitalism: A Love Story
This documentary explores the root causes of the global economic meltdown and takes a comical look at the corporate and political shenanigans that culminated in what Moore has described as: "the...  View more >

R
some language

Starring Michael Moore

Limited Engagement in NY/LA on 9/23/2009

aka Untitled Michael Moore Documentary (2009)
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[--- Good ---]by glenda bowen Oct 3, 2009

Everyoneshould see this and those who don't, would never believe our leaders of this country are already bought and paid for. 

[--- Good ---]by George Jobson VIP MemberOct 6, 2009

Michael Moore declares war on Wall Stareet and other rich cats in "Captalism:A Love Story." He wrote and directed this doctumary about the rise of the fat cats of wall which influence Washington and the rest of the country. The film opens with the evictiuon of a family from their home, then the movie goes from there to why the rich are getting richer and poor are getting poorer. Moore tried in vain in getting into the face of the CEOs of the powerful banks, but sometimes, he never get past the door of some. In his 1989 film "Roger and Me," people were thrown out of their homes because they can't meet the rent. In 2008, the rest of the country are feeling it. Moore takes on the bosses and the people in Washington. I love Michael Moore movies because he stands up for the little guy and I hope he's makes another movie again. He's got a big heart.  

[--- Stay Away! ---]by Michael Mazzoni Oct 12, 2009
[--- Stay Away! ---]by wbaker53181 Oct 15, 2009

this is mostly anit amercian, some good info but mostly garbage 




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