Ralph Breaks the Internet
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Ultimately, Moore's an insincere ideologue, no different from Donald Trump or the barking mad Fox News types with which he takes such cartoonish, unfunny umbrage.
It's something to watch and to feel good about, in this most negative of election years.
Within the carnivalesque atmosphere and high-spirited revelry of Moore's show, there's a master of political rhetoric at work, and he devotes that mastery to a high patriotic calling.
Moore walks right up to the edge of the stage and asks people why they hate Hillary. It's a ballsy, direct confrontation, one that brings out the best of Moore's blue-collar, guy-from-Flint-Michigan straightforwardness.
A skillfully managed bit of comedic agitprop that's sure to please anyone who shares its political viewpoint.
More notable for the stealth with which it was produced than its content, Michael Moore in TrumpLand is less a movie than a filmed concert by someone who is more accomplished as a showman than a stage performer.
Michael Moore in Trumpland won't sway a single voter. It may not even amuse Moore's core audience of disillusioned liberals.
I don't trust Moore's editing: Who's to say the man photographed scowling during a Moore paean to Hillary Clinton wasn't filmed at some other point in the evening, actually frowning at something else?
I really enjoyed the light touch of humour here, coupled with a reflective and thoughtful piece. Definitely worth a watch.
Barely-edited concert footage that could have been tossed on YouTube without losing much of its dignity and probably only increasing its overall impact.
To his credit, Moore never talks down to his audience, but instead uses his knowledge of both candidates' histories to gently skewer Trump's self-serving past business dealings while pointing out and praising Hillary's long tenure of public service.
The filmmaker presents a standup-comedy case for Hillary Clinton for president, not as a fan of Clinton but as a patriot worried about the state of America.
Moore's unapologetic love letter to Hillary Clinton, disguised as a equal forum to discuss the candidates.
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