When someone points a gun in a movie, that's usually the audience's cue that adrenaline-cranking good times are about to be had. Not so in this lineup of films, compiled by Participant Media's TakePart.com with the aim of countering the overplayed guns=fun equation.
A short while into this Larry King interview with Michael Moore, the filmmaker explains why his Catholicism morally prohibits him from voting for Hillary Clinton, and why religion, whether Mitt Romney's or Tom Cruise's, should be off-limits.
Back on May 25th, Michael Moore joined "Real Time" host Bill Maher to chat about his latest, "SiCKO," which Maher called "amazing" and "your best yet." In case you missed it or you just can't get enough of the all-American documentarian on this "SiCKO" Friday, check it out.
The rudimentary equation of the health insurance industry is that to make a profit, it must take in more money than it pays out in claims. This is why the public, as distinct from the political class, will intuitively understand and likely appreciate Michael Moore's new film, "Sicko."
Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore ripped into the Bush administration Friday, demanding that it "immediately end" its investigation into his recent trip to Cuba with 9/11 responders to have them medically treated. The trip is part of his latest film, "Sicko."
An Iraq war veteran who appeared in "Fahrenheit 9/11" has lost his lawsuit against Michael Moore. Sgt. Peter Damon, who lost his arms in Iraq, had accused Moore of misrepresenting his feelings about the war by using an interview from NBC News out of context.
The guerrilla documentary filmmaker's next movie, "Sicko," will be "a comedy about 45 million people with no health care in the richest country on earth." But it's not just "a movie that tells you that HMOs and the pharmaceutical companies suck. Everybody knows that. I'd like to show you some things you don't know."
Yahoo! health columnist Patrick Moore wraps up his five-part series on George Bush's untreated alcoholism with a zinger: "President Bush cannot be of service to his country until he looks inward and surrenders to the fact that he is an alcoholic, with all the challenges the disease of alcoholism carries with it."
Yahoo! health columnist Patrick Moore continues his five-part series on what he terms President Bush's "untreated alcoholism."