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  Michael Moore : EXPOSED!
The New York Post reported on a tantrum he threw in London: "Then, on his second-to-last night, [Michael Moore] raged against everyone connected with the Roundhouse and complained that he was being paid a measly $750 a night.
In producing his Oscar-winner, Moore altered history, misled his viewers, and edited the footage and audio in such a way as to reverse the meaning.
In one case, he took a speech of a person he desired to target; the problem was that the speech was in fact conciliatory and mild.
www.mooreexposed.com   (984 words)

 Spinsanity - Fahrenheit 9/11: The temperature at which Michael Moore's pants burn
During the CNN appearance from which Moore draws the clip, reporter Candy Crowley explained that Toobin's analysis assumed the statewide consideration of "overvotes," which was not a sure thing, though there are indications that Leon County Circuit Court judge Terry Lewis, who was supervising the recount, might have directed counties to consider them.
Moore's phrasing suggests that the Bin Ladens profited from the post-Sept. 11 buildup with the United Defense IPO but were forced to withdraw after the stock sale.
Moore suggests that the US was indifferent to the Taliban's harboring of Bin Laden, but Isikoff and Hosenball point out that the administration met with the envoy in part to discuss the fate of Bin Laden, who they were pressing the Taliban to turn over.
www.spinsanity.org /columns/20040702.html   (2986 words)

 MOOREWATCH - Watching Michael Moore's every move
In “Captain Mike”, Moore is the dashing hero, the rockstar to whom rockstars themselves flaunt, drawing enthusiastic and passionate crowds of young voters who respond to his magnetic presence with cheers of glory and promises that they will take up his gauntlet and vote for Kerry in the election.
Michael Moore’s Captain Mike Across America speaks indirectly to some of the peculiarities of American political life, in fact, to the essential untenability of the two-party system.
Moore, of course, was riding high on the great success of his Fahrenheit 9/11, which had opened in late June.
www.moorewatch.com   (10679 words)

 Michael Moore, Ugly American (washingtonpost.com)
Michael Moore can handle verbal abuse from the conservative pundits in America, but harsh words from Pete Townshend, lead guitarist for The Who, may hit closer to his liberal heart.
Moore wanted Townshend's rock anthem "Won't Get Fooled Again" for use on the soundtrack of his anti-Bush documentary film, "Fahrenheit 9/11." Townshend refused, saying he thought Moore's previous movies amounted to "bullying." In response, Townshend said that Moore accused him of being a war supporter.
Moore was apparently unaware that South Koreans opposed to the U.S.-led war had started such a campaign more than a year ago and that it already enjoys substantial public support.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-dyn/articles/A46304-2004Jul13.html   (541 words)

 The lies of Michael Moore. - By Christopher Hitchens - Slate Magazine
In the interval between Moore's triumph at Cannes and the release of the film in the United States, the 9/11 commission has found nothing to complain of in the timing or arrangement of the flights.
Yet Moore is a silly and shady man who does not recognize courage of any sort even when he sees it because he cannot summon it in himself.
If Michael Moore had been listened to, Afghanistan would still be under Taliban rule, and Kuwait would have remained part of Iraq.
www.slate.com /id/2102723   (3983 words)

 Michael Moore and Me
Moore's interest was piqued, so the next day he said he called me. "Fred," he quoted himself as saying, "tell me what The Iliad and The Odyssey are." I started "hemming and hawing," Moore wrote.
Moore has described the movie as breaking new ground and revealing new facts, but the accounts by reviewers suggest it merely provides the standard left-wing, conspiratorial critique of the president.
Moore said this was an attempt to kill the film.
www.weeklystandard.com /Content/Public/Articles/000/000/004/127ujhuf.asp   (572 words)

  CBC.ca Arts - Disabled vet sues Michael Moore for $85M
Peter Damon, a National Guardsman from Middleborough, Mass., says Moore twisted excerpts from an interview he gave to NBC's Nightly News to portray him as anti-war.
Damon claims that Moore never asked for his consent to use a clip from the interview. The clip, which shows him talking about an "excruciating type of pain," referred to pain from his injuries, rather than a complaint against the war effort, he says.
Damon contends that Moore's positioning of his image just after the congressman's comments makes him appear as if he feels like he was "left behind" by the Bush administration and the military.
www.cbc.ca /arts/story/2006/06/01/moore-lawsuit.html   (1387 words)

  BuzzFlash.com - BuzzFlash Interviews Michael Moore
Moore won an Emmy for his TV show, TV Nation, and was nominated for an Emmy for his last foray into television, The Awful Truth.
MICHAEL MOORE: I think it's the tip of an iceberg where you have an economy, essentially, that's built on a house of cards, that's been built mainly on debt and encouraging the average person to go into debt.
MICHAEL MOORE: I think there are a number of groups and a number of things that have started up in terms of corporate watch and corporate campaigns to keep an eye on these guys.
www.buzzflash.com /interviews/2002/03/Michael_Moore_031302.html   (2858 words)

 AlterNet: Election 2004: Michael Moore's Speech in Cambridge, Mass.
Michael Moore came to Boston in a big way this week, upstaging all number of politicians, and no doubt the Kerry campaign was driven to distraction.
Moore is blunting the Nader effect, and he's appealing to white males – Moore loves to tell the tale about NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr., who told Fox News no less, that he took his pit crew to see "Fahrenheit 9/11," and said all Americans should see it.
Moore also gives Kerry and Edwards cover with the progressive wing of the party, which is booming, and is a very important factor for Kerry's chances in November.
www.alternet.org /election04/19385   (826 words)

 Michael Moore
Michael started kindergarten at my mother's and spent the entire school year there, not once causing any trouble at her house or at his school.
Michael became engaged to be married and in 1992, he moved in with his fiance.
She said that it was a fact that Michael had threatened to kill his parents and blame his younger brother.
lonestar.texas.net /~acohen/michael_moore   (3376 words)

 Gary Younge interviews Michael Moore | Special reports | Guardian Unlimited
The notion of Moore as a reluctant controversialist is a difficult one to swallow.
The second problem is that Moore's answer to his own question concerning the source of this "Great Disconnect" suggests that the American public have been infantilised and can no longer think for themselves or work out their own interests.
Moore is aware of this even as he tries to resist it.
www.guardian.co.uk /michaelmoore/story/0,13947,1055591,00.html   (3497 words)

  OpinionJournal - Leisure & Arts
Moore ignores or misrepresents the truth, prefers innuendo to fact, edits with poetic license rather than accuracy, and strips existing news footage of its context to make events and real people say what he wants, even if they don't.
Moore suggests (he depends so much on innuendo that a simple, declarative verb like "says" is usually impossible) the Saudi government, having soured on their pawns for unstated reasons, launched the attacks of Sept. 11.
Moore doesn't let the audience know when and where this bomb was dropped, or otherwise try to identify the culprit of the tragedy.
www.opinionjournal.com /la/?id=110005402   (1156 words)

 Michael Moore
Michael Moore took the idea given to him by Mississippi attorney Mike Lewis and turned it into a national campaign.
Michael Moore is the Attorney General of the state of Mississippi.
Michael Moore argued for ways to control the tobacco industry and make them pay for past wrongdoing.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/settlement/deal/people/moore.html   (423 words)

 Amazon.com: Dude, Where's My Country?: Books: Michael Moore   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Moore's arguments work best when delivered mostly straight, since he isn't always as funny as he seems to think he is. Straightforward propositions leavened with humor, like a guide to talking to conservative relatives, work fine, while efforts at flat-out farce ring hollow.
Moore argues that the rich clique can do without having to share a piece of their pie, and that the rich bunch will always make sure they'll be one step ahead of you.
Michael Moore bashes on Bush with much humor and mockery...He provides so many details that your head almost spins, but in the end he is only trying to be informative.
www.amazon.com /Dude-Wheres-Country-Michael-Moore/dp/0446532231   (3254 words)

 Michael Moore Online: News
Michael Moore has responded to the Lieberman defeat with a new letter on his website, telling Democrats that if they continue to support this war, they will end up with the same fate.
Moore “came out of hiding” yesterday, with a new letter on his website that confirms our earlier report that ‘Sicko’ is nearing completion, but will not be released this year.
According to Variety, Michael Moore was quoted last month as saying that "Sicko" is "three quarters of the way done" and that the release is still planned for late this year.
www.michaelmooreonline.net /news.php   (2067 words)

 Director Michael Moore Simultaneously On Voter Rolls In New York, Michigan - June 28, 2004
JUNE 28--Prior to last week's Washington, D.C. premiere of "Fahrenheit 9/11," Michael Moore denied that the new documentary represents his de facto endorsement of John Kerry.
Now here's the good part: Moore is simultaneously registered to vote in Michigan, where registrants aren't even given the option of party affiliation (so he's not an Independent there either).
On his web site, Moore asks visitors to take his "Pledge of Democratic Allegiance," which calls for them to register ten new voters this summer and spend one October weekend in a swing state.
www.thesmokinggun.com /archive/0628041moore1.html   (381 words)

 Michael Moore, Humbug by Kay S. Hymowitz, City Journal Summer 2003
Moore’s chief conceit is that he is the lonely truth teller, seeking out the story no one else is brave enough to touch.
Moore’s hip humor also flatters the snobbery of many of his voguish fans, who ordinarily would have nothing but contempt for blubbery guys in saggy jeans and trucker’s hats.
Moore will insinuate that the United States created Usama—“or USA-ma, which is more appropriate considering we trained him to be a terrorist.” He will tell us that in the late nineties the oil firm Unocal held a meeting with Taliban representatives in Houston, “when Bush was governor,” to talk about building a pipeline through Afghanistan.
www.city-journal.org /html/13_3_michael_moore.html   (4347 words)

 Michael Moore: Annoying, fearless and funny - one of the biggest news stars at MondoStars.com
Moore quickly established a reputation for populist views, belief in the common man and disdain for corporate greed and the globalization of business.
Moore is famous for his humor, both in print and on screen.
Moore wrote, directed and starred in Fahrenhiet 9/11 (2004), which examines the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, and particularly at the actions and responses of President George W. Bush and Osama bin Laden.
www.mondostars.com /news/michaelmoore.html   (578 words)

 Images - Talking With Michael Moore
As he did in Roger & Me, Michael Moore is out to expose the problems in corporate America, where companies that are producing record profits are eliminating jobs at a record pace.
Moore as he investigates problems at companies such as Borders Bookstore, where workers in Des Moines, Iowa have to pay for health insurance even though the HMO has no doctors in Des Moines.
Most notably, the movie also shows us as Michael finally gets past the security guards and talks to a real corporate CEO--Phil Knight of Nike--and reveals that Nike shoes are produced in Indonesia, where girls as young as 14 years old work in the shoe factories.
www.imagesjournal.com /issue06/features/mmoore.htm   (1563 words)

 Byron York on Michael Moore & Democratic Convention on National Review Online
Moore, who sat in former President Jimmy Carter's box at the convention Monday night, has been welcomed by wildly enthusiastic audiences at his appearances in Boston.
Moore also attacked the media for not asking the "right questions" before the war in Iraq, and he tantalized the audience by recounting a story in which he said a major — but unnamed — television personality told him that Vice President Dick Cheney had interfered with news coverage of the war.
Moore said he was on a morning talk show recently, and, "After we went to commercial, the person who was interviewing me said, 'You know, you're right.
www.nationalreview.com /york/york200407280119.asp   (594 words)

Since April 2003, Moorelies has exposed the truth about pseudo-muckraker Michael Moore and his 17-year record of inaccuracy and distortion.
Michael Wilson’s spectacular documentary “Michael Moore Hates America” was right there on the shelf.
Michael Moore’s next movie is going to be gay.
www.moorelies.com   (977 words)

 ABC 7 News - Michael Moore Wins a New Court Round   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Michael Moore won a round Tuesday in a court battle with the brother of Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols, but the plaintiff's lawyer said she is considering whether to take the case to the Supreme Court.
Nichols, a Michigan soybean farmer, contended that statements in the 2002 film could lead viewers to believe he was involved in the bombing.
Moore's attorney, Herschel Fink, said it was gratifying that two federal courts had turned away challenges to the accuracy of the film, a withering commentary on guns and violence in America.
www.wjla.com /news/stories/0207/399268.html   (526 words)

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Michael Moore was born on April 23, 1954 in Davison, Michigan, a lily-white middle class suburb 10 miles east of Flint.
Moore and his two younger sisters "were raised in what amounted to a mini-welfare state, where powerful unions took care of most of their members' basic needs, right down to prescription eyeglasses," wrote Ella Taylor in 2004 in the left newspaper LA Weekly.
Moore has said he wants "regime change" of the democratically-elected governments in Australia, Italy and Japan because they are part of the coalition helping to bring democracy and freedom to Iraq.
www.discoverthenetwork.org /individualProfile.asp?indid=899   (4546 words)

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Michael Moore was born on April 23, 1954 in Davison, Michigan, a lily-white middle class suburb 10 miles east of Flint.
Moore and his two younger sisters "were raised in what amounted to a mini-welfare state, where powerful unions took care of most of their members' basic needs, right down to prescription eyeglasses," wrote Ella Taylor in 2004 in the left newspaper LA Weekly.
Moore has said he wants "regime change" of the democratically-elected governments in Australia, Italy and Japan because they are part of the coalition helping to bring democracy and freedom to Iraq.
www.discoverthenetworks.org /individualProfile.asp?indid=899   (4546 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Downsize This: Books: Michael Moore   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Moore is at his best as a prankster, whether it's trying to see if Pat Buchanan will take a campaign donation from the John Wayne Gacy Fan Club (yes) or whether he can have Bob Dornan committed to an insane asylum because of his bizarre behaviour (no, but it was close).
Moore does attempt to be humorous with his staple subjects: corporate greed and accountability, right to freedom/life and social and environmental responsibility.
Moore as always is a born fighter so what does he do he exposing these 'Corporate Crooks' by seeting up a trading card game (brilliant!)for who they are uncaring and yes crooks many of their companies have been fined heavily by the US government for deaths, lying about tests, false claims etc.
www.amazon.co.uk /Downsize-This-Michael-Moore/dp/0330419153   (1811 words)

 A Jewish Perspective: Michael Moore Exposed!
Michael Moore is not only an Anti-American propagandist liar, he is also openly anti-Israel.
Michael Moore is the shining example of the Anti-Israel left wingers in this country.
Moore also proposed that the Palestinians be given their statehood and receive twice as much economic assistance from the United States as Israel receives.
www.jperspective.com /2004/07/michael-moore-exposed.html   (3200 words)

 Posts from the Michael Moore Category at Cinematical
Moore's staff is shown as being uncooperative to Melnyck and her crew -- they're unable to plug into the sound feed at one press conference, and during one of Moore's speeches in Ohio, they are escorted from the building after an altercation with Moore's sister.
Thanks to Michael Moore, I had otherwise become averse to documentary filmmakers who appear in their work, but Broomfield has charmed me unlike anyone else (save for maybe Ross McElwee), and so I make an exception for his work.
Moore is a filmmaker, but the column has nothing to do with his movies or with the movie industry.
www.cinematical.com /category/michael-moore   (4978 words)

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