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Michael Moore didn't just questions the violently abusive usage of guns, his emotionally-stirred investigation went straight into the buried darkness at the questionable core of violence. The delivered results being crafted into a somewhat transitional form towards the subject with accessible perspectives for impossible, helpless truths proves to not only be timelessly relevant - as validation for how thorough a documentary has touched and revealed - towards the generations-long ongoing White Stupidity, it is overwhelmingly sad enough to give you a headache as response to the graphically doomed atmosphere that is not being helped due to the apparently growing apathy. Excellent points were brought up bluntly upfront accompanied with rare humor to at least lighten the heaviness while remained arrogantly ignored by the heartless or/and simply unsolved by those trying to figure out an alternative, compromising solution to impossibly prevent it further. (B)
Micheal Moore’s Bowling For Columbine is a smart, heartbreaking and thought-provoking look at violence in America. An issue that has gone on far too long.
Despite occasionally being a work of demagoguery, the film raised important questions about gun control, gun violence, and gun culture in the United States in 2002, and those questions are still very relevant today, as is this film.
This film was solid.
Required educational viewing for deranged, troglodytic gun nuts who yearn to put instruments of murder - devised, in fact, singularly for the purpose of murder - in the hands of all Americans
you can only dislike this documentary for political (and wrong) reasons.
A powerful documentary that explores America's love for gun culture and what is really the cause of the Columbine school shooting.
The amount of propaganda that runs through this film is disgusting.
A need to see movie for all generations. Michael Moore delivers a point that resonates more today than ever and if left ignored will continue to take the lives of children.
A MUST WATCH.