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Bowling for New York?

Truth be told, I loved Michael Moore's "Bowling for Columbine" (although I didn't much care for the montage sequence that had Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World" playing behind it). But, I've gotta recommend this short movie which takes a pro-war stance (more of an anti- the-anti-war protesters stance, actually). It's funny and makes its point very well -- in a Michael Moore sort of way.


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Gary Collard:

Moore's movie was enjoyable as long as it is viewed as what it is - a work of fiction, not a documentary. With so many staged scenes and outright lies (including the title!), you have to laugh at his whine that the Oscars are fixed against him. Huh?


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