Filmmaker-provocateur Michael Moore hasn’t lost his bite, and his latest big-screen outing deserves a close look.
The documentary refuses to let any political party or institution off the hook. Therein lies its value, argues the Intercept co-founder.
Just in time for the 2018 midterms, the filmmaker’s self-selecting audiences are treated to another serving of his docu-tainment, which makes some strong points—but too many leaps.
The documentarian reminds movie audiences that impeachment alone cannot cure the nation's myriad ills.
"We need to ask the hard questions that the corporate media fails to ask: Who owns America, and who has the political power?" says the senator from Vermont.
The revisionism never stops. The blood never dries. The invader is pitied and purged of guilt while "searching for meaning in a terrible tragedy."
The new website aims to provide "courageous whistleblowers" an outlet to ensure crucial information continues making its way to the public.
Donald Trump's first address to a joint session of Congress included what some in the mainstream press considered "extraordinary" moments.
Contemporary actors, including a few at Sunday's Academy Awards, might catch heat for mixing politics with gold statuettes, but politics are in Oscar’s DNA.