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Michael Moore in TrumpLand

Michael Moore in TrumpLand is a movie starring Michael Moore, Hillary Clinton, and Donald Trump. In the weeks before the 2016 general election, Oscar-winning filmmaker Michael Moore performs a pro-Hillary Clinton stand-up show deep...

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TrumpLand, Michael Moore: I love you, Donald J. Trump, Trump Land Movie, TrumpLand Movie, Michael Moore in Trump Land, Michael Moore en TrumpLand, マイケル・ムーア・イン・トランプランド, Trump Land
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1 hours 13 minutes
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Michael Moore
Michael Moore
Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Michael Moore
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日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Oscar-winner Michael Moore dives deep in the heart of hostile TrumpLand territory with his daring, profound, and uproarious one-man show. When the show gets banned from the first town they tried, Mike moves on to an even bigger community of Trump supporters in the ironically-named Clinton County, Ohio. Performed, shot, and edited just weeks before the 2016 election, this heartfelt, honest, and hilarious concert film is essential election viewing for a divided America. With a title like Michael Moore in TrumpLand, you may think you know what's in store, but the film is sure to surprise. Entertaining, outraging, and informing in equal measure, no matter who you're voting for, this movie has something for everybody.

Comments about documentary «Michael Moore in TrumpLand» (65)

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I think Moore is a very serious guy. But I also think he has a very strong sense of humour. In this film, he finds the truth of the far-right, and the far-left, and the government and the media. I think it's a very important film to be making. It's also very funny. The film has some very funny moments, and a few too many others that were rather painful. But that's a criticism of Moore himself. It's very important to see a film, even if it's not very good, but it's a good film nonetheless. This film is a very important film, but it's also a good film nonetheless. So, if you are a fan of Moore or of documentaries, see this film, but I don't think you will be very pleased.

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Moore's film is a documentary about his own career. It takes you back to when Moore was a young boy and when he was a young man. It shows Moore growing up and making his first film and how he made his first break. He is doing a lot of interviews and you can see Moore's life is changed by his first film. Moore interviews a lot of people including some who were big stars at the time. Some famous people who are interviewed include Matt Damon, Matt Damon's son, D.B. Sweeney, Bette Midler, Sally Field, Robert DeNiro, Michael Moore and Roger Ebert. There is also some behind the scenes stuff. There is also some comments by the cast and crew. It was made in 2004 and so it is a bit dated and has some really good interviews. It is a very good documentary. It is not as good as a documentary about Donald Trump but it is very good. It is well worth seeing. It is also very entertaining. It is really entertaining and so is the film. It is fun to see the actors talking about their career. The film is entertaining and a lot of fun. It is a documentary that is really good. 8/10

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Teresa B.

I am not a big Moore fan, but this documentary was an excellent watch. I was impressed with the way that the documentary showed the events surrounding Trump's election and what we can expect for the future of the United States. This film is definitely worth watching. The ending was also really good. I thought that it was a good decision to show the race in a different light, but I am not sure if it was necessary to do that. I am a Clinton supporter, but it is very easy to be a Trump supporter. You just can't win the war of the left and the right and the left won't give up. I think that a lot of people did not realize that the left had no intention of seeing Trump lose. This is why I think that it is so important to get out the vote. Also, this documentary shows how much hatred and racism that the left has towards the right. I think that Trump won the election because of the stupidity of the left and their belief that the right won't let the left win. I believe that the left should stop being so liberal and let the right win. Overall, I think that this is an excellent documentary. I think that it is extremely important to get out the vote. I am going to go vote.

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George Porter

As a liberal, I am not a fan of Donald Trump, but this documentary is worth watching. It is a rare example of a documentary that is actually relevant. I think the film is important for a few reasons: 1) It is so well made. I thought the photography was great, the editing was excellent, the writing was good, and the music was fantastic. 2) It is so well researched. It is a great example of how a documentary is made. It was researched from the inside. I think the subjects are all well-known, and it is very well done. I think this is a great documentary, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in politics, and who is a liberal. I am not a fan of Trump, but this documentary is very interesting. I think it is very well made, and I think it is worth watching.

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Tiffany V.

I don't usually comment on movies. I guess I just feel like a fan, a venn-em-dash, if you will. But there's nothing about this documentary I haven't already seen, or probably can't be found. So, in light of the latest President's pick for Attorney General, I figured I'd give this one another chance. This is one of the best political documentaries I've ever seen, and probably the best political documentary I've ever seen. The story is very well told, and the execution is absolutely flawless. The documentary, while not very political, is very political, and very very important. I can't tell you how much I love this film. I know, there are a few who would call it partisan propaganda. But it's so damn important, so very important, it shouldn't be called propaganda. I don't think this should be called a documentary, but a news story. If you don't believe me, watch the documentary. I promise you, you'll never look at politics the same way again. 10/10

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Christopher Bowman

As many other reviewers, I found the film a great antidote to the pieties of the Establishment and to the awful rhetoric of the so-called Right. Moore paints a picture of a country at a crossroads in which our best and brightest have fled to greener pastures in the wake of the Democratic victory in 2000 and the Bush years. As the film is subtitled, this is the era of the "Party of Trump". For example, Moore points out that "the Bush administration, in pursuing its failed wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, supported the support for terrorism in its name." The people who fight terrorism are people who are being killed and killed for a cause that neither they nor their cause are particularly interested in. Moore quotes a poem that he claims is "invented by the terrorists themselves", and he also makes the claim that, while Bush was in office, the West Bank was "bombed, destroyed, and occupied by a thousand Palestinian terrorist gangs." This has been a very difficult, dangerous period for Israel, and the Palestinians have tried to exploit this for political gain. It is one thing for the West to kill people who are killing innocent people; it is another to argue that this war is justified on the grounds that our leaders believe that a great cause justifies it. "Democrats" are the ones who have made the most concessions to terrorists and the Palestinians, in order to accommodate them in the democratic process. I don't believe that this film is meant to be a politically correct exercise, but rather an important one in showing the enormous dangers facing us as a nation. As mentioned above, Trump is not a "good" guy, but he is not a "bad" guy either, and when we look back at history, we will find that he is neither. Rather, he is a symptom of a long-term decline of the American people, in which their moral compass has been thrown out the window. It is the bottom-feeding, greedy, money-making, power-seeking nature of the Democratic Party that has destroyed the moral compass that it has been so concerned with since the days of Franklin Roosevelt. If you would like to see an honest, sober, and far more compelling presentation of the Trumpian psychosis, see "American carnage".

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A political documentary that opens with a joke. After that, it jumps ahead three years into the time of the presidency of Donald Trump and the first six months of his presidency, and even before that, we see his rise to power through the eyes of his first wife Ivana, his wife Marla, and the people in his life. There are bits of "fake news" news that go over the heads of the viewer, but the bulk of the film is about the Trump campaign. The film features interviews with his aides, and most of them talk about the campaign. It's mostly out of the blue, but the actors and the writer of the piece all say that the Trump campaign was "a non-stop news cycle." It is that time, and not Trump's first six months in office, that it is important to view. The film has its own politics, but we don't know what that politics is. Moore is as much a comedian as a journalist. He doesn't give us a lot of background information on his subject, and that's the strength of the film. In addition to his interviews with Trump, the film is filled with outtakes that are funny, and it's very refreshing to see such a "reality" documentary without the usual Hollywood snappy edits. As he says, "It's not an hour-long documentary, but it is a documentary." It's worth the price of admission to see the film, but it's not a must-see. It's not a documentary that we should be expecting to be a national treasure, but it is a good political documentary that could have been better. Moore is an engaging comedian, but there's no denying that he's been successful in bringing people to the political screen.

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Amanda Sims

This is not a documentary, this is a movie. I am glad I saw it and I was not disappointed. It was informative, had interesting segments that really made me think about my life and my country. I didn't like it when they talked about the crazy things going on in our country, but they did a good job of showing that it is happening all over the world. The fact that they made me think about how much more I could do to make a difference was a good thing. I really liked it. I have seen it a few times and it is definitely worth seeing. It was funny and informative and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Alan B.

Moore shows the average American with the latest fake news stories and the mainstream media, the same people who agree with Trump. Moore follows the other candidates and the 2016 election, he shows that the Clinton campaign relied heavily on big money, and only a small number of wealthy individuals, just like the Trump campaign. Moore also shows the Obama administration's stance on foreign policy, he showed the spin from the White House on the so called "Islamic State" and how the Obama administration wanted to destroy them. The former president supported the Arab Spring, and now he wants to stop it, and he wants the Middle East to be under U.S. control, and as we know, that's what he's doing now. A lot of people will say that he's a racist, and I can understand that, but the issues he points out are very real, and most Americans agree with him. What Moore also shows is that there's always someone trying to make a profit off of any event. What if someone gets a seat on the Federal Election Commission, or if they get a seat on the Supreme Court. This is what he shows. The media companies have huge profits from the major events that happen in the United States, and they have very little morals when it comes to the Trump campaign. If you don't agree with Trump, you're not a "liberal" or a "conservative", you're just a "conspiracy theorist", and if you don't agree with Moore, then you are just a "conspiracy buff".

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Grace Snyder

Moore's film is a fascinating and heartbreaking look at the lives of six different families that all lived in the city of New York City during the 70's. The film does a remarkable job of capturing the anxieties and problems that all of these families faced. All six families are united by their love of their children and the many sacrifices they had to make to keep them safe and healthy. A great film to see on a cold, cold, winter night.

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Russell Rodriguez

What a great documentary! This documentary was not made to promote or attack Donald Trump. This was a balanced view of what the media and the polls have been telling us. The movie tells the story of what is really happening in this country. The movie is not partisan, nor does it have an agenda. The movie focuses on the people in this country who are being affected by the news and media, not the politicians. The movie was made by a comedian, not a comedian who wants to make a political statement. This is a great movie for all Americans to see.

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Moore is a true American hero. This film is a must see. He has the courage to tell the truth about a man who is the worst president in American history. I love Moore's documentaries. This one is a must see. He is a true American hero.

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Joseph Hughes

This is an excellent documentary on one of the most disgusting and vile men to ever occupy the Oval Office. Trump is one of the most shameless and manipulative politicians in the history of American politics. Moore has a unique way of letting us see what we normally don't see, and what Trump does and says without any sense of irony. I'm not going to go into too much detail, but just to say that he uses the same lies and boasts over and over again, and he does so with great disrespect for the people that he's chosen to lead our country. And he says and does some very disgusting things in a public setting, like when he gets on a subway and starts saying that Mexican immigrants are rapists and murderers. "They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists." Moore makes sure that we see him use the "F" word with his staff, and to say that women are worse than dogs. Trump uses the same kinds of phrases and one-liners that he used for years in public, like, "Crooked Hillary". Moore goes into his personal life, and how he never really seems to grow up, and has little regard for anyone, not even his family. And we see his outrageous comments, like his call to ban all Muslims from entering the country. We see him say and do things that we don't normally hear, like when he says that he doesn't want to set a standard for women in this country. He's also an extreme misogynist, and even goes so far as to tell a young woman to "shut the f* up and fight back" because she's complaining about her husband's infidelity. There's a lot of video footage of Trump speaking with these outrageous women, and how he treats them in private. And of course, we get to hear him rant about how beautiful he thinks women are. We see him talk about how he's going to be the best president, and how he'll make America great again. We see him say and do things that are truly despicable. Trump's attack on the press is truly disgusting. He says that the press is the enemy of the American people. And he uses his own people to put out fake news stories about him to attack the press. Moore goes into great detail about how he put out a piece against him, which included the single word "fake". But Moore goes even further into how he makes fun of people that are not like him, like the disabled reporter. And then we hear how he treats them, and tells stories about them that are just too disgusting to watch, like when he told a group of doctors at his daughter's wedding that they should have let the bride and groom go home with their things, because they were in a hurry. I can't say enough about this man, who has truly ruined our country and our countrymen. Moore's other documentary, F*ck the Democrats, is also very good. The one that will make you cringe the most is The Brothel Diaries, a documentary on how porn stars and other people use their celebrity status to get paid. And there's something that's very hard to watch, which is that he has a very small house. And he also has a very short attention span, which is very obvious from the time that the documentary starts. But the thing that's so disturbing and sick about the way he treats women, is that he seems to have no idea about how to treat them, and in the end, he doesn't seem to care about anybody. He's willing to violate any woman in his way, and he even gets a little angry when he sees a news story about his daughter. Trump's treatment of women is disturbing, and this man has no understanding

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The film itself is extremely informative and extremely entertaining. I personally loved it, especially the interviews with actual residents of the city. The point is made that when we have a problem, we should not act on it immediately, but let it play itself out. This is one of those documentaries that really makes you think about your own world view. I think this documentary could be very effective in showing how wrong we are as a nation and that many people are actually not so bad. I also like how they showed the various "parties" that are in place. They are actually elected officials and leaders of some type. In my opinion, this documentary is actually one of the best I have ever seen. It really shows the power of the people to do what they want and make the change they want.

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Grace Dean

This is one of the most important documentaries I have ever seen, because it gives an excellent and interesting perspective to the current political situation in the United States. It explains what the system is, the power that has been given to the presidents, the laws that they are given, the sources of power, the problems, and the results. For example, they explain why the laws are created, what is their main purpose, what are the sources of power, the resources that have been used to justify them, etc. This is an excellent documentary that takes a look at the current situation, and it tells the story well. The style of the movie is very interesting, and it shows how the system is, and how the people feel about it. If you want to know how the system works, or you want to see how the system is created, then watch this movie.

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George W. Bush's Presidential Library and Museum is a simple collection of artifacts and artifacts of the people involved in his Presidency. This documentary follows the daily efforts of the President's staff and the people they consulted, from staff to the Chief of Staff to the Cabinet, all of whom are key to his ability to lead the country. This is a full-length documentary, focusing on the Presidential Library, not the Presidential Palace as the name suggests. It doesn't cover the main issues that the President faced (the Iraq War, the economy, immigration, etc.), but instead it covers the President's interactions with the people that were his most important advisors. The real people in the White House were the people that the President and his advisors had to deal with, as well as the staff that was responsible for managing the administration. As far as the story goes, there is no real story here. It is a collection of facts and figures, with the president as the center of the story. The film does show the personal side of the Presidency, as well as the personal conflict with his staff and the family. The film is a good example of how to get into the heart of the Presidency, and how to get a good story from it. It is also an excellent example of how to do a full-length documentary, as this was done as an in-depth study of a man that had a unique ability to communicate with the public, to get things done, and to make decisions without having to go to Congress. This is a must-see for everyone who was involved in the Presidency. This film has a lot to say, and it does it well.

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Rebecca Ford

I've always been a fan of Moore. I saw him in a movie called "Fahrenheit 9/11" when it came out. I've always been a fan of his documentaries. I've seen all of his films and I can say that this one is one of the best I've seen. I think it's the best documentary I've ever seen. It's not like his other films, where you get to see all the interviews, but this one has a lot of interviews. I think that this is a documentary that should be watched by everyone. It's very interesting. It's not just a political documentary. It's a documentary about how we can be made to feel like we're being treated like dirt. I think it's a very important film. I think that it should be seen by everyone. It's a very interesting film.

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Adam Foster

Moore's screed against President Trump will be a vital counterpoint to his new film, TrumpNation, which is essentially a compilation of his various videos of Trump as a candidate and as president. Moore's latest is an invitation to the voters of 2018, who helped elect Trump, to reconsider their allegiances to the commander in chief. The film makes a similar appeal to Democrats in the fall of '76, and there is no shortage of anecdotes about Democrats who had their heads handed to them by the establishment. If Moore was looking for a silver lining in the Trump debacle, he didn't get it here. He has never been shy about his disdain for the president, and his movie is a testament to that. But the bigger point is that Moore may have been wrong about Trump, but the people who elected him are equally wrong. Moore's film is a perfect demonstration of how much damage the first-year appointment of Trump could do to the Republican Party. No, we shouldn't take Moore's predictions for granted, but he clearly did. Moore was right about the corrosive effect of Trump on the Republican Party in 2016, but he may have been more correct about the Democratic Party in the first year of Obama's presidency. After all, Obama, unlike Trump, had never been a known commodity to most Americans before he took office, and he didn't appear to do a great deal to mobilize his base. Clinton, on the other hand, was dogged by a host of scandals, none of which were central to his base of support. Clinton did lead in every important poll she was in, and she was a favorite to win in the fall of '96. In the absence of a favorite in the Republican primary, and her relatively strong campaign, she was, as Moore makes clear, destined to win the White House. In contrast, Trump was an unknown quantity to most Americans before he entered the White House. This was particularly true of Democrats. As Moore notes, the reason that Trump beat Clinton in the polls in the fall of '96 was because he was able to appeal to a much broader swath of the electorate. The Democratic base of support was much wider than the GOP base, and Trump was able to appeal to a large portion of the Republican base. Obama, as he would do in every election thereafter, was able to transform the Democratic Party into a national party. But in 2016, the Democratic Party was no longer a national party, and was instead a small minority in the capital. In the end, the Democratic Party's institutional and leadership flaws allowed Trump to emerge as the victor, and the Democratic Party to emerge as a weakling in the capital. The Democrats' inability to capitalize on their own strength, as well as the Republicans' ability to capitalize on their own weakness, led to Trump's victory. There are some other things that Moore misses in his argument, but it's hard to argue that this film is a definitive indictment of Trump. Moore's argument is valid, but he should have examined the facts more carefully. For example, Trump was a real estate developer, not a business executive, and in the business world, in the 1980s, a real estate executive is not a business executive. Trump was a celebrity, not a real estate developer. Trump's golf courses were not managed by the Trump Organization. In his interview with the New York Times, Trump stated that he would not pursue a Washington DC real estate project. It's hard to see why this would be any different than what Trump has done in New York City. To the extent that Moore seems to be claiming that the Democratic Party had a weakness in the early 1990s, this is false. The Republican Party had a weakness in the early 1990s, but Trump was

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Jose J.

This is the best documentary I have ever seen. It shows the different sides of the Trump-Russia connection, and how the mainstream media is so biased. This documentary is more than a documentary. It is a statement on the media and the media's bias. The media is more than a news organization. It is a propaganda machine. If you don't believe me, watch the documentary. If you do believe me, watch this documentary.

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Mr. Moore did a terrific job of exposing the corruption of the media in this country. He got some of the most important information he wanted from his sources. If you want to know more about the MSM, you will need to watch this movie.

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Maria S.

This film is incredibly funny, and at the same time, it also holds a lot of truths. Moore goes through some of the same situations that people in the US have had to deal with, and he shows how they dealt with them. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to know about the world around us, and how we treat each other. Great movie. Definitely recommended.

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Tammy Meyer

This movie tells you what the people behind Donald Trump really believe. The movie tells us what they believe is good and bad. We see the negatives and they see the positives. It gives a glimpse of the people that have the power to make or destroy this country. People like Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner are simply the tip of the iceberg. I think that this movie is very insightful. It gives the audience a closer look into the minds of Donald Trump supporters. It gives a look into how the supporters of Trump feel about their president. I think that this movie is very accurate. There is no doubt about it. I think that the movie is very well done. It is informative and it makes you think about the world we live in.

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Diane G.

This is a great film about how the mainstream media and the liberal establishment, with their focus on sensationalism and the politics of fear, are slowly but surely destroying the fabric of our republic. This film is an excellent antidote to the media and the liberal establishment's attempts to destroy our country and our way of life. Moore is not an expert on the subject, but he is a man of integrity and integrity is a virtue. I highly recommend this film to anyone who cares about the future of our country. I hope it gets the distribution it deserves.

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Debra G.

This movie will teach us a lot about our President and how he is acting. The trailer was weak because he was supposed to be an incompetent leader but he is just a poor boy who has a great ability. Also the thing that is really telling us is that he is just a student of how to do this and that. He is just a rich kid from an upper class family who always thinks the best for himself. The movie has a lot of violence and everything we need to know is that you should not trust your own media. This movie has a lot of things to say but it does it in a powerful way. You should definitely watch this movie.

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Deborah Kelley

A great documentary. I wasn't expecting much. I wanted to see how a documentary could be told. It's not like other people that I know have seen it and they've told me the story. This film does not try to tell a person's life story. It's about the world we live in. One person's life story is not representative of the world as a whole. It's all about the people you meet and the situations they encounter. I am a Republican and I also happen to be a science writer. I get very upset when the Democrats do that because they are just trying to push their views onto everyone. I'm a proud American, a proud scientist, and I'm a proud Republican. I would like to see this documentary as much as I can. It's worth seeing.

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This film is an indictment of President Donald Trump. The first part of the film is about Moore's research into Trump's tax returns and finances. Then, after Trump was elected, Moore moves to the White House. He has an interview with a young girl named Ivanka Trump. This interview shows the weaknesses of the first lady. She is afraid to say anything about her father's behavior. She is not afraid to criticize him but she can't speak up for herself. Moore also interviews people who are close to the White House and a former staffer for the first lady. It is an argument for people to take a stand against Trump. The film is not great but it is entertaining. I highly recommend this film. If you watch it, you'll see how much the first lady's flaws have hurt the president. This film was a good representation of the resistance against Trump.

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Emma Ford

As I was saying in the title, I think that the best thing to say about this movie is that it's not bad. However, I don't think that it's actually that good, and that's saying something considering how many movies like this one have been made in the last few years. To me, the movie is much more about the world in which it takes place than it is about the political beliefs of its stars, with Moore actually being a bit more critical of his own political views in this film than in the ones that he normally chooses to do. It's not that he's a racist or anything, it's just that he believes in a certain kind of political philosophy that makes him a bit of a troublemaker. I think that Moore is actually a fairly fair critic of Trump, even though he criticizes the president on almost all aspects of his life. But the real standout of this film is certainly Jeremy Scahill, whose documentary-style film is almost as good as Moore's. It's his interviews with Trump's aides, people close to the president, and Trump himself that really make the movie, and he's one of the most interesting subjects in it. It's hard to really understand all of his views and ideas because he's such a different person from what we usually see in documentaries, but Scahill's film does an excellent job of showing the extent to which Trump's views have changed since this movie came out. It's also a great way of showing the contradictions that Trump is now facing in his presidency, like his decision to start a Twitter account just because he thought that it would make him look more presidential, or his decision to go on a rampage of using the media to make himself look like the most powerful man in the world. If you like documentaries, I think that this is one of the best documentaries out there right now. If you like movies, I think that it's a pretty good one, but I wouldn't necessarily say that it's the best movie of the year. I wouldn't say that it's the best of the year, but it's certainly the best of the year.

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Judith H.

If you've been paying attention to the news this past year, you've seen a lot of interesting films that are too extreme to be ignored. However, when the mainstream media says that the only way to reach an audience is through a satirical perspective, it's hard not to take them seriously. However, I've been a supporter of Moore since I first saw Fahrenheit 911 and I can't really think of a film that he has been involved with that has been more impressive than this. Moore is always at the forefront of controversy and this film is no different. The film is about the American Presidential election, but the political views of Moore's character are more relevant than the election itself. Moore is not a political leader, but he does believe that people should be able to speak their minds, and he does see the big picture in this film. He explains that there are two kinds of people in this world, those that believe the news is not objective and those that believe the news is objective and that we should take it for what it is, unbiased, and that there is a level of freedom of speech. Moore is quite a popular figure, but he is not a political leader. He believes that if people can't agree on the facts, they should at least be able to agree on the context and message of the news. Moore is not someone you'd like to support, but his ideas are worth supporting. Moore makes the point that he does not have the right to attack a candidate for political reasons, but he does believe that he has the right to be able to speak his mind. He does not want to change the minds of his viewers, but he wants to influence their opinions. He also makes the point that Trump was never meant to win the election, but he still wants to be the President of the United States. Moore does not make a negative judgement on Trump, and that is where I think he is a great politician. It's not that he wants to influence the voters, but he wants to influence the voters to believe in what he believes in, and he wants the voters to have an open mind. He has a point to make, and he makes it clearly. The way in which he makes his point is the most effective way in showing the viewer that he is not the politician that they might think he is. Moore does not use rhetoric, but he does show how people in his position are seen by others. Moore does not try to change the people's minds, but he shows that he is not afraid to do it himself. Moore is someone that I don't want to support, but I want to support him. He is a person that is important to me and I don't want to see him fail. He has an audience that I want to support, and he has a point to make, and he does make it. This film is great, but it is not perfect. Some of the characters are underdeveloped, like Roy Moore, and Moore himself is underdeveloped. However, Moore is still very well-presented in the film and he is still very engaging. It's a great film that will have a good impact on many people. I give this film a 9 out of 10.

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Grace F.

I've never liked Moore, but he was a wonderful storyteller. He understood the meaning of the word propaganda. He said it with such humor, and without bitterness. He got me thinking, and I loved the results. This movie should be viewed by people who want to understand and realize the implications of Trump's election. No one should dismiss this movie as the work of an irresponsible white liberal. It is the work of a very intelligent man, but a white liberal. If you like films that make you think, and you think that you know a lot about what is going on, this is the movie for you. I am a former Navy Seal, and I am now a Marine. I am an educated man, but I am not like this. I think Trump is a good president, but I am not in his camp. It is clear to me that Trump will not last in office. I am an American citizen, but I don't agree with everything Trump stands for. I will vote for Hillary Clinton, because I am not her. I am a conservative, but I am not Trump's enemy. The movie, based on a true story, is very important. I recommend it to anyone who is willing to think, and who likes a good story. The story is real, and the movie is factual.

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Moore's film TrumpLand focuses on the 2016 presidential election, and how the media was either in collusion or in support of Trump. If you're unfamiliar with the media, this is a good film to watch. In his film, Moore shows how the media covered the campaign, and how he found out about the 2016 campaign through the media. There are many examples of how the media got the election wrong, and how the media tried to make Trump look like a bad guy. While Trump is certainly guilty of taking money from Russia, it's really not that big of a deal. The media is not a good guy, and it's very important to know what the media does, and how it works. Many journalists in the film were interviewed, and it's really a great example of how the media works, and how the media can get things wrong. While the media is not a good guy, there are many examples of how the media covered the campaign, and how they tried to make Trump look like a bad guy. I would recommend this film to anyone, and it's definitely a film you should see.

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I was very surprised to find that this was NOT a movie. It was a very nice documentary and story about how the world's premier source of news got its start. It is easy to see how this all happened, and a very beautiful movie about a story that almost didn't happen. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who loves documentary films and the news, and people who are interested in how the world's news is made.

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This is an interesting documentary that examines the relationship between the two most powerful men in American politics. Moore's father was a man of influence in Hollywood during the last years of the 20th century. This documentary addresses some of the most interesting aspects of this relationship, such as the threat that Donald Trump poses to American democracy, the state of the movies that have embraced his political views, and the many ways that Moore has tried to challenge Trump's political agenda. There are also several interviews with those who have shaped his politics, such as Roger Ailes, George Soros, John McCain, and many others. I think that this is a very interesting documentary that raises a lot of questions that we should be asking ourselves. Moore does a good job of presenting the facts of the relationship, and he does a good job of bringing together a variety of opinions from different perspectives. This is an interesting documentary that deserves more attention.

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Zachary F.

Mr. Moore is one of the best filmmakers around today. I'm not saying he is an absolute genius, but he is a very, very, very talented man and he always makes me laugh. Even when he makes the most ridiculous of political statements, it's all just so true. Moore is not the first one to use this technique, but it's one of the best and I think he'll get a lot of credit for it. This is not a documentary about Donald Trump. It's about the political future of the United States. The majority of people in this country would like Donald Trump to win in the general election. But this film has a message that is simple: We need to get beyond this election and get rid of the idea that we are the problem. Donald Trump is not the problem. This election is not the problem. Trump is the problem. We need to stop thinking about the candidate and start thinking about the people who are going to vote for him. And we need to start thinking about what he stands for, what his supporters think about him, what their future is going to be like. This film is a must-see. There are some really, really funny moments in here, but also some very, very funny moments. And the movie is a little bit too long. The documentary starts at 1h 43min, and ends at 1h 58min. This is way too long. I understand that it has to be a bit longer to give the viewers something to think about, but I don't think that we should be forced to sit through the whole thing. It would have been nice if the film ended at around 1h. That would have been a really good way to end it. But the film is still worth seeing and if you're not watching this for the laughs, you should still be able to enjoy it. The interviewees are great. I really like the way that these people are presented. It's very different from what I usually see on the news, and that's because it's something that we're not used to. This is a new way of telling stories, and it works. I really liked it. This is a really good documentary, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to see what the future of this country is going to be. It is a really good documentary. 7/10

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I liked the "Stop Trump" march. Trump supporters are a very passionate and determined group. I was surprised to see so many Trump supporters at the march. I understand that the march was a protest of Trump's campaign and his policies. But the focus should have been on the most important issue, which is what is best for the country. I'm glad that there was no mention of Trump's personal financial troubles and how he made his money, even though it's not what the voters want to hear. The voters want to know how this would affect the country. And how would Trump handle the economy if he were president. And how would he handle the North Korea problem. The president should have said how he would handle these issues and if he were president, he would put those issues at the top of his agenda. Also, Trump shouldn't have given his daughter a job in the White House, even though she is an accomplished businesswoman. It's not the type of job that a young girl would be interested in, or someone who would understand the complexities of government. If the White House was just a meeting room, it would have been a better job for Ivanka. I would have preferred to see Trump go after these issues instead of just talking about his own business. I think that was a mistake. Overall, I think it was a great documentary. There were a lot of great and informative moments. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about Trump's business record and his business acumen. The film also shows how he won the election. The movie shows that he got the votes of a lot of voters and they didn't like Hillary Clinton. And he got many of his own supporters to the polls. I believe that Trump is the president we deserve. I think he is a decent man, and I think he is being held back by the media and the Democrats. I think he will be a good president. But the media and the Democrats are the reason why Trump is not the president he is being held to be. I think that Trump is the only candidate who is even talking about fixing the problems in the country. He should have focused on this issue, which is important, instead of the personal problems he is facing. But if you want to learn more about the issues that are important to the country, I recommend this documentary.

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It's not the sort of documentary you would see in a news or sports channel, or any network. It's the sort of thing that could be shown in your living room, on a dinner table, and be as relevant as your life. Moore is smart and funny, and he makes this very personal film very easy to watch. He has a way of capturing scenes that would have made a great movie if the director would have done a better job. Moore shows clips of all of Trump's controversial statements from his past to present. It's pretty clear he did a good job of filming what he wanted to show, without having to go through all of his words. You know you're watching something special when the clips are chosen so well. I've only seen one other documentary that could make me feel this way. That was "A People's History of the United States" by Seymour Melman. It's not a perfect documentary, but it was well made and well shot. It really is a lot like "Fahrenheit 9/11" - it's hard to find a perfect documentary. There were a few parts that I found a little weak, but it is a very intelligent documentary about a very important topic. The problem is that we don't have a perfect view on the Trump Presidency. People who were in the audience for the film had different opinions. They all agree that Trump was a very dangerous President and that he deserves to be impeached, but there is also a difference of opinion of how he's doing. There are people who think he's trying to bring the country back to the old way of doing things. I think that's what this film is saying. Trump is a dangerous President, and there are people who think that we should try to find ways to criticize him, but there are also people who think that the President is doing the right thing and there is something wrong with him. I think this is a very important film to watch. It's very interesting and very well done. I think it's worth the watch, but it is very hard to find a good documentary like it. I recommend it to anyone who is looking for something to watch that's not the typical TV or movie fare.

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This is a very powerful documentary. There's a lot of talk about the lack of truth in Trump's reality, but what he says is actually pretty true. Many things he says are far more sinister and far more dangerous than his opponents. It's kind of the most damning information Trump has. Some of the stuff is a little unbelievable, but I think that's intentional. If you watch the film carefully, you'll see that he's not really telling the truth, he's just trying to mislead the public. It's really scary to think that the things he says are actually true, and he's just using them to make himself seem better. But he also says things that are actually quite scary. One of the most powerful things he says is that we're going to destroy the planet. The evidence of climate change is overwhelming. He's trying to use that as a reason to do something about the climate, but he's lying. The planet is not going to be destroyed. He also says that he'll end the U.S. and take other countries with us. He says that he's going to build a wall, which is a good thing to do, but it's not going to stop the climate change. I think it's a very powerful documentary. It's a lot more powerful than The Manchurian Candidate. I think that was more effective, but this is just as good. It's a really good documentary. I think it's a really powerful film.

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As a longtime Trump supporter I was extremely excited to see this documentary. I had been reading some of the reviews and was worried that it would be a depressing documentary that would make me feel bad for the president. I was wrong. The film is not depressing. It is actually extremely uplifting. I highly recommend this documentary. I would even go as far as to say it is one of the best documentaries I have seen in my life. It is truly inspiring and I think it should be nominated for an Oscar. The story of the documentary is that of an elderly man who was a Trump supporter until he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. He was then forced to make the decision of whether or not to support Trump. He chose to do so and went to great lengths to do so. The documentary follows his journey from the start to the end. He talks about the journey of many people who have been Trump supporters, who have not been able to keep their support and what they went through. The documentary is extremely well made. The interviews are very well done and the subjects are extremely relatable. I think this is a documentary that should be seen by everyone. It is very well made and it is well worth the watch.

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There are many reasons why a documentary should be made about any political figure. It's not about what they say, it's about what they do. This documentary is all about what Trump has done to the country. It was one of the most talked about documentaries of the year. So much has been written about Trump's comments about women that it is hard to tell what is being said. The movie is a compilation of all of Trump's comments about women. The story is not told as a series of short videos. There are some interviews with Donald Trump, but the majority of the movie is devoted to the interviews with women who have accused Trump of sexual harassment. Donald Trump has attacked women in a number of ways, but not as many as Hillary Clinton. She has accused men of sexual harassment at a higher rate than Trump has. We see that in the interviews with Louisa Moritz, Jessica Leeds, and Natasha Stoynoff. Trump's wife, Melania Trump, said that she was never treated that way and never felt harassed by Trump, but it's hard to believe that that is the case because we know that Trump has been accused of sexual harassment. The movie is very informative, but it is a little bit slow at times. It does take some time to get to the point, but it's not a bad thing. If you are a fan of Hillary Clinton, you'll want to see the movie, but if you are a fan of Donald Trump, you might want to avoid it. The movie also contains interviews with a few people who were Trump supporters, but this documentary is very anti-Trump.

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Moore should have been the last person to have a chance to talk about an ongoing and enduring scandal with America's chief diplomat. But, apparently, the White House wanted a Republican, or so Moore believes. That was the reason the US has seen the likes of Bradley Cooper, Angela Merkel, Donald Trump, and even Vladimir Putin come to the table. His and Moore's commentary on all of this would have been more effective if the subject was the investigation into the Benghazi massacre, but that's another story. Moore, who is an outspoken critic of the Democratic party, has been condemned for making partisan attacks on the president for reasons that are very much in line with his own views and their agenda. His attacks have been met with thunderous applause and derision from people who are more at home with Republican views. Moore is a well-known critic of Republican dogma and has made clear that he will not be cowed. As such, he is often seen as a threat to the party and, consequently, he has often been accused of making personal attacks on the president. Moore, however, has made clear that he will not be cowed and is not afraid to give the White House a hard time. Although he is a well-known critic of both parties, his personal views have been crystal clear. And, on the subject of this scandal, his opinion is actually somewhat closer to the one that the American people hold than the one that the Republican leadership has been hoping to present. Instead of attacking the man, Moore is actually opening up a dialogue. He is making a point about the workings of the government and the way in which it was run during the Bush years. He wants to have an open debate. In the US, this means that his opinions have been seen as heretical by some, and as distasteful by others. This is where the movie comes in. Moore and his collaborators have been criticized for "inflaming" the president's critics and making personal attacks. This is where Moore's movie comes in. It is simply a documentary that explores Moore's opinion, the American public's opinions, and the problems with the system that the US has created. Moore is not an apologist for the president, and his explanation of the ongoing Benghazi scandal is not meant to sway any one's opinion. The film is just a factual account of the details of the scandal and what happened, as opposed to a politician's denunciation of another's ideas. As an illustration of the two points of view, let me quote Moore from a 2008 interview with NBC's Bob Schieffer. At that point in the interview, Moore was still not interested in Bush. "I think George Bush has done some great things, and it's certainly not the worst thing I've ever seen in my lifetime. But I think it's a president that is doing some terrible things, like the war in Iraq." Then, in an interview for an upcoming documentary, Moore stated that he felt that "Bush was a good president, but his administration was very flawed." This is where the conversation between Moore and Schieffer ends. At this point, Moore had already changed his opinion of Bush and was not afraid to give the president a hard time. He was simply trying to get the conversation going about what the American people thought about Bush. With all of this in mind, it is hard to see why the White House is so afraid of Moore's ideas. The film was made with the approval of the White House and Moore himself. The White House has in fact praised Moore for his candid commentary, and, in fact, Moore and the White House seem to be on the same page. As such, the White House appears to be in a good position to respond to Moore

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Jeremy Barnes

This is a must see for anyone who has ever been a Republican, or has ever had a friend or family member who was a Republican. It shows the real side of what Republicans and conservatives are up against. The film is very well made and the editing is very tight. It is very informative and shows how the media is controlled by the Democrats. It is a very good documentary. I am sure many will find this very entertaining. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to know what the media is really like. It is very informative and you will be shocked at how bad the media is. This is a must see for anyone who has ever been a Republican, or has ever had a friend or family member who was a Republican.

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I've always been a fan of Moore. I like to see documentaries on topics I'm interested in. I don't like to be "censored" as an audience member, and so I find it difficult to accept that Moore would cast his shadow over a film with such a high-profile subject. For instance, in 2007, he had the honor of editing the documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11." But he also made his own film about the war in Iraq. That film, "Saving Private Ryan," was critical of the US military, and showed that US troops were shooting civilians and mistreating Iraqi civilians. Moore was criticizing both parties. He made a great documentary about it, "Saving Private Ryan: The Real Story." That film was a great film, and a great documentary. I just couldn't accept that Moore would cast his shadow over this film. The film itself is great, and Moore does a great job. But he casts his shadow, and in the process makes the film look less than great. In the end, I really didn't like Moore's opinion on this film. I was hoping that the film would be more positive. I'm glad I watched the film, but I can't help but feel that Moore's opinions were too much of a distraction from the film itself. I would love to hear from Moore himself about the film. I'm glad I did, but I still feel like I wasted my time. I really enjoyed this film, and it's a great documentary. But it's the kind of film that you'd like to see again.

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This is a fascinating film that attempts to show the country through the eyes of Trump. The film follows him on his trips to the states, and his appearances in the media. It also tells a story of his support for the First Amendment, and his views of the media. There are moments that will make you cringe, but there are also some touching moments that will make you laugh. The story is a bit too dramatic for its own good, and some of the editing is a bit off, but overall it is a well made film. It is not a movie to be taken seriously, but it is a story that should be told. Not because it is real, but because it is important. I highly recommend this film.

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This movie is a good look into the world of the current US President. It's a story of people, how they have met and worked together, how they have worked together. It is a story of how the people have become enmeshed in the government and how that has corrupted them. It's also a story of how they have tried to make sense of the chaos, and how they have been changed. The film is an interesting look at how people have become so enmeshed in the government that they cannot have any rational thought. This is not a liberal or conservative film, it's a film that is well thought out and has been well put together. It's not a documentary, it's an interesting look at how a country that has had a completely new type of government has become a nation of chaos. This film is not just a look into the current US president, it's a look at the corruption of the entire system. I think that everyone should see this film.

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Nathan F.

This is an important film. It's not a film for everyone. It's not meant to be funny, it's meant to be an informative, and thought-provoking film about the corruption of the American political system. The film is filled with very strong opinions and strong opinions only. It has a lot of graphic images. Some of the images are more shocking than others. The graphic nature of the film is important, but it doesn't distract from the overall message of the film. The movie is powerful and insightful. The message that the film is telling is that corruption is alive and well in the United States. The film has strong opinions about the need for transparency and accountability, and about the need for people to take action. This is a powerful film, and it is essential viewing for anyone who cares about our country.

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Michelle Reynolds

Some of the most interesting, and worst scenes of the 2016 Presidential Election is in "TrumpLand" by Al Franken. The documentary is a portrait of a businessman that was "right" about the whole situation of the US and of the entire world. If you think about it, his view on the current political situation is more of a commentary about his own life and his beliefs, and not about the political system as such. Franken is a liberal, who doesn't like Donald Trump, and so he is to some degree a conservative. But even a liberal who didn't like Trump, and didn't like the political system is still a conservative. What's more, if you think about the film, you may notice that most of the politicians of the 2016 election had the same views about the US and the world that Franken had. Even Hillary Clinton was a supporter of Trump's Presidential campaign, but she didn't hate the system. All of the politicians were just "telling it like it is", or at least had their own beliefs about the situation. Franken is not a perfect filmmaker, but it is a very good documentary. I believe that the biggest issue that this documentary addresses is not the current political situation, but rather the current idea of the world as it is. The world that we live in, and the things that we consider important, we all consider as important, or the things that we take for granted, or things that we are so busy working on that we don't have time to think about them. When you start talking about these things, and start to talk about them a lot, you start to lose sight of the big picture. The big picture that Al Franken presents in the film, and the big picture that most of us live in, is the big picture of our world, and the problems that we have to face. The movie is also about how we can change things, how we can change things. I can only recommend this film to people who are interested in politics, and who are interested in human rights, and human life. I also recommend it to people who are interested in their own lives, and who are interested in the current situation of the world.

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This documentary has a very realistic feel to it. It is very well done, and you get a good sense of what life in D.C. must be like. The biggest issue for me was that Moore uses a lot of information from a book called "The Final Days of the Republican Party" by Wayne Allyn Root. While I am not sure if Root's book was a good thing to use as a source, I think the documentary was a better choice than using the book. Moore also uses footage from the documentary that was not in the book, but I think it added to the authenticity of the film. The documentary has a really good feeling to it. You get a sense of what it is like to be a part of the Republican party in Washington. It is sad to see how they have been treated by the country over the last two years. Moore's presentation of the Republican Party, especially the past two years, has been very accurate. The questions that Moore raises, like "Should We Be Ready For Something New?" or "Is Our President More Of A RINO Than a Republican?" are very interesting and interesting to think about. The only thing that I would have liked to have seen more of is Moore's interviews with people who were either running for office or who were related to people who were running for office. It would have been nice to hear what they had to say. I think that Moore's book is a very good read and the documentary has a great feel to it. The last two years have been rough for the Republican Party. They have been crucified, but they are not going to go away. They have to start again. I think that Moore has done a great job with his project. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in politics.

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The Trump campaign's need to belittle the 'crooked' media is nothing new. In 2016, Trump repeated the same tactic and he says it again. The way he presents this as if it is 'truth' is what makes him so dishonest. It is also the thing that makes the 'fake news' his main weapon in the 2018 election. The Trump campaign made up this whole campaign, using 'truth' and 'alternative facts'. It is clear that the Trump campaign does not have a plan to deliver on this because the only thing they are doing is using every media tool available to them to put Trump's image above the truth. They are using 'alternative facts' to mask a plan to mislead the voters and make him look like an evil monster. This is a great film about how this happened and the media needs to wake up to how they have been used as Trump's weapon.

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That being said, this movie is not about Trump or his latest political misadventures. It's about how the media and the 'political class' has failed our country and our democracy. This documentary is incredibly well done, with fascinating interviews with the many 'experts' who see the worst in our current political system. The interviews are spot-on, almost to a fault. It's an entertaining and thought-provoking film, and will certainly keep the liberal in the loop. It's not perfect, though. I found myself falling asleep a few times, and there are a couple of bits that just were way too surreal, especially the section where they get interviews with Trump supporters. But overall, I was able to pick up on many of the hidden messages that I missed in this film. If you're interested in politics and media, then this is a must see. The interviews are fascinating, and the film does a great job at presenting the main messages. It's not perfect, but I think the main message is important.

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Victoria O.

This documentary was extremely interesting. I was able to look at Moore's past work and see the connections he has made with his father and his wife. It is great to see a family that is still able to have a good relationship. The only real problem I had with the movie was the time frame. I felt like Moore didn't go into enough depth to show how his father and the family have influenced his political career. I also felt like the film was very selective about what it showed Moore's father do. If you are a political conservative, I would recommend this film.

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Ann M.

If this film can be shown in schools, and be the big story, I believe that is a victory for our kids and parents. In this film, we see what this guy has done to our society, our culture, and our country. I believe this film, in a very subtle way, will change people's view on Donald Trump and how he has affected our society. Thank you for this film, and I look forward to seeing more.

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Ralph M.

A well-made film that captures the mood of today. A good film in which it has been long overdue.

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Tiffany B.

I was recently shocked by the negative reaction to this documentary. If you're looking for a documentary that provides a strong and entertaining account of the 2016 election, then you may want to check out the Donald Trump campaign. Moore exposes both the media and the Trump campaign as being essentially being the same. He doesn't go into too much detail about why the media is often pro-Trump and anti-Clinton. What he does is reveal their biases, and their utter lies about Trump. If you're a Trump supporter or just a concerned citizen, then you should enjoy this documentary.

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Patrick Stephens

The Donald is a modern day Bali Bali. He has been a part of our national consciousness since the early days of our nation. He has become a symbol of American success and success has been his constant mantra since the late 1960's. So the film that Michael Moore made, 'Donald Trump: The Art of the Deal', was nothing less than a symbolic encapsulation of this success. The film takes us through the journey of Trump's life, from the early days of his real estate ventures to the White House. From his relationship with his father to his divorce and subsequent marital problems to his career as a hotel owner and later to his rise to the presidency. He manages to put his wealth, celebrity status and persona to good use in the film. The film also captures Trump's obsession with self-promotion. His constant self-promotion throughout the film helps to highlight the strength of his ego. We are given a true insight into Trump's personality, which is what we as a nation need more of in our current political climate. Michael Moore is a documentary filmmaker and he was able to pull off this film without breaking any boundaries. This film was truly insightful, honest and entertaining. It is a must see for anyone who is looking for a sobering look at the current state of our nation.

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Nathan Simpson

I love Moore and this is his best film, but I'm torn between this and Bowling for Columbine. Moore is always going to be an icon of the left, but the man is also an excellent writer, who has never lost his ability to provoke. This film is very well-made, and it also reminds me of a political documentary, but the film is still too long. The documentary format is fine and sometimes they're just fun to watch, but this film seems to go on forever. Moore's character could have been better fleshed out. I think his character could have been more like a patriot and not a pariah. I also think that his character could have been more political in the end. He could have had some kind of political motivation, but I don't think that the filmmaker wanted to show that Moore was a political figure. I also think that the film is too long. It's only a little over an hour long, but I was left wanting more. The film is also a little confusing at times, but I think that's because the film is so well-made. I love the movie and the film isn't perfect, but it's still a good movie. I was actually surprised that it was nominated for an Oscar. I don't think that the film is a masterpiece, but it's still worth watching.

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I have not seen the interviews yet but I will soon. I was so excited to see the film. I'm a pretty hard-core conservative but I was still pleasantly surprised. It was not depressing to watch and it showed some of the similarities of how people are voting. It was great to see some interviews from people that I like and respect in the media. I was so excited to see that the Republicans were actually being fair and showing how they are fighting the good fight. We also learn that the Democrats are the ones that are most biased. But we can't forget that there is still good people in this world. I think the interview with Roy Moore is very important. The people that were interviewed were honest and I hope we get to see more of these type of interviews. I hope that this film will motivate more people to get out and vote. I think it will be the most important thing to do.

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Raymond Silva

There's no denying that the political climate of today is much different from the atmosphere of the 1980's. When Moore first made his Oscar-winning documentary, Fahrenheit 9/11, he was working at a publication called the New Republic. In the film, he talks to a former member of Congress who was a founding member of the World-Cable Network and talks to the editor of the paper who was a key figure in the network's creation. Moore interviews other politicians who have been involved in creating or promoting a TV network. There's also a very funny interview with Jack Abramoff, the infamous lobbyist who gave a "gift" to a member of Congress. Abramoff is portrayed as a guy who wanted to be a lobbyist but was simply not good at it. For those of you who think that the political system is corrupt, this documentary will certainly make you think. It also makes it clear that there are very few people that are actually helping the system and it is those that are the most powerful. It is also a really funny look at how politics and TV influence our lives. I have to say that I am not a fan of Moore, and I don't like his style. But I am definitely going to recommend this film to anyone who likes documentaries. It's a really interesting look at how television is used to influence our lives. 7/10

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Marilyn Newman

This is a really good documentary about the rise and fall of Donald Trump. I think it's very important to understand what happened to him and how it affected his supporters. I think the way the film was put together was very interesting. It shows how Trump was able to manipulate the media and how he was able to use his celebrity status to get his way. I think the film also shows how Trump's supporters are now scared of his ability to be president and they are now trying to do anything they can to stop him from being president. The film also shows how the media has become very biased against Trump and how the media is using fake news stories to try to stop Trump from becoming president. I think the film is very well done and I think it's very important to see. I think this film is very important to people who want to understand what happened to Donald Trump.

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This is an amazing documentary, with a very good message, very well produced, and very well acted. I was really surprised that Moore could do this, he's done some very controversial things in the past, but I'm sure he would have done it in a much different way, and that's what makes this documentary so good. I hope more people will see it and get the message. Moore has done a great job, and I hope he continues to do documentaries like this. He's not afraid to take on some of the most powerful people in the world. I hope more people will see this film, and learn about what is really going on in the world today, and what's happening to our environment. Moore is a very talented man, and I hope he continues to do these types of documentaries. It's a shame that he's not in a position to do more.

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Arthur O.

This is a very powerful and moving documentary about the way we treat our fellow human beings and how we treat the environment. The documentary is very well done, the interviews are excellent, and the film is very well put together. Moore is a very good interviewee, and he is very articulate and knows how to tell a story. He has a good sense of humor, and he has a very good sense of the history of the country and the history of the world. He knows how to put together a documentary that is both informative and entertaining. I highly recommend this documentary.

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Katherine Moreno

I am an independent filmmaker with a small budget, and I am thankful for the people in my life who made it possible for me to make the films I do. What a great job the filmmakers did. Thank you for this great film. I would encourage everyone to see it. It is a great piece of filmmaking.

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I guess Moore is the only one in Hollywood who has actually told the truth about Trump and Hillary. I like Moore's humor and his leadership of the "reality-based community" on MSNBC. I can't believe he was given the "Liberal's award" for the Hollywood Film Critic's Association. Moore is not a partisan, he is an independent. He is not a Republican, he is a Democrat. It's as simple as that. As a Republican, he was able to report on the fraud and the scandals. He showed us how the Media's failures were exposed in the "Heartland" area of America. And when he exposed the evidence of fake news, you could see the media was very afraid to touch this subject. He showed us how Hollywood uses the media and money to create a scenario where people will buy a ticket to a movie, because the big name actors or the stars of a hit show are supposed to make the movie "great" or "not bad". But we see they don't have the money to do that. And once the money comes, the movie gets ruined. All of a sudden, you have to pay to see the movie, because no one is willing to invest. It's like a school project, you put it on a video, put it on the big screen, and the video production costs are 20% of the total cost. The same thing with Hollywood. When you watch this film, you will know what I mean. This is the story of what happens when money becomes power, and where the media becomes the enemy. I really enjoyed the film, and it is well worth seeing. There are a lot of good things in it. I would recommend it to anyone who loves truth and freedom of speech.

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Jean W.

The one and only documentary of all time, a 10/10 story of a journalist who exposes the corruption and lies of the "main stream media", is a must watch. I highly recommend that you watch it.

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Catherine J.

Al Gore is great. The same can be said for Gary Bauer. The first documentary I have ever seen about him is the excellent, An Inconvenient Truth. So when I heard that Moore was making a movie about him, I was skeptical. Well, it turned out to be one of the most interesting documentaries I have ever seen. Although it was very different from what I expected, it was still an interesting and entertaining film. I was really glad that Moore didn't go for the typical PG-13 version of Moore's arguments. He focused on the issues he was actually passionate about. I really liked the way he treated the Presidential campaigns of John McCain and John Kerry. I was surprised that Moore didn't show any footage of Donald Trump, because that's the part of the campaign that has been his signature. And by the way, the movie was not about the Presidential election, but about the historical and current political climate that is going on. Moore asked some interesting questions about how America has become more like a dictatorship, where things are done to us without our consent, and how it is changing all of the things that make us the country we are. And he also talked about the role that media is playing in the current political climate. At the end of the movie, I was on the edge of my seat. And I was also impressed by the way that Moore managed to keep the movie entertaining and engaging. I would recommend this movie to anyone, because it is a must-see.

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If you are like me, you probably had a feeling of frustration as you watched the Trump documentary "A Few Good Men". It is a good documentary, and does a very good job of showing how some actors in the movie had to re-evaluate their roles. However, this documentary does not cover much of the controversies and backstabbing that Trump is famous for. It also does not have the same air of reality that the other Trump documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11" had. Trump is a genius and he is not an ordinary person. He has done a lot of damage to people who try to get him off his back. Many people would have a hard time blaming a genius for doing that, but Trump is a genius and he can do anything. However, as a documentary, it is lacking in quality. I know that there are a lot of people who will love this film. It is probably worth watching if you want to know how Trump got away with all the things he is famous for, but I would not recommend watching it to anyone who is not interested in politics.

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Samantha Cole

Some people have said that Moore is making fun of the media. I think he is really being funny. When I heard that he was doing this documentary I thought, oh no, I can't do that, this will look silly. But, as I watched it, I got more and more interested in it. It made me think, how much do the media control us? And how many of us are complicit in it? The first thing that was really important to me was to see what he said in the interviews, I wasn't expecting a documentary about the media, but I was expecting a sort of dark comedy about the media. I was right, because the interviews are not really about the media, they are about the people and how they think and feel about the media. But this documentary is more about the media. I don't know if it is true or not, but the interviews are about the power and the powerlessness of the media, and how the media can control and manipulate people. Some people said it is about the media, but I think it is more about the people, and how they think and feel about the media. And that is the best part of this documentary, I can say the people, not the media. People are the real focus of the documentary. That is the way the media can control people, and this is why I am a very very very very angry about the media, because I have seen it, I have seen it myself, I am one of the people who has seen it. I can't be indifferent anymore, I can't be indifferent to the media, and I can't be indifferent to what the media does to people, what it can do to people, to them. What the media does to us is really disturbing. I hope that people don't make fun of the media, because it is not a joke, and I am really not joking, I'm really serious. I hope people are not gonna make fun of the media, because it is not a joke, and I'm really not joking, I'm really serious.