Michael Moore

Michael Moore is an American filmmaker, author and liberal political commentator. His films include Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11 and Sicko.

Michael Moore


  • Don't need you to make up our minds

    Michael Moore is a demogogue disguising as a journalist. As a full red blooded American liberal, who is not afraid to stand up and say it loudly, I am ashamed of Michael Moore and his fast editing of sound bites to present his version of a story. If Michael Moore presented the truth plain and simple, with no window dressing to dumb the story down for the masses, I would consider Michael Moore saint worthy. Playing loose, fast and dirty with the facts only injures his credability as a truth teller. Present all the facts and truth and let the people decide Michael, we don't need you to make up our minds for us.

    Jimmy, United States - 12 December 2005

  • What if he looked like Brad Pitt ?

    Michael Moore is a modern day saint, and just like Bill Hicks who came before him, Michael has come to set us all free. It seems America doesn't embrace the rebel anymore, perhaps it's because he doesn't look as pretty as other saintly people. I think if he looked like Brad Pitt, there would already be a new leader of the free world.

    Dominic, United Kingdom - 01 February 2005

  • Disappointed

    I love what Michael Moore represents: the death of the arrogant ideology of the leftist radicals in the United States. Moore made Fahrenehit 9/11 for the sole purpose of destroying the Bush administration. It was the highest grossing documentary ever and still 60,000,000 people have ignored his ridiculous blather and voted for Bush anyway. I am disappointed that after having been firmly rejected by so many people, Moore is arrogant enough to think that he can continue to make false accusations against the President. Itís one thing to offer an alternative point of view, but quite another to slander and libel the leader of the free world. Moore should have stuck to corporate greed. Politics is a dirty game and Moore will certainly lose.

    Jack, United States - 13 November 2004

  • Courage to fight

    Michael Moore is so strong, shows such courage. I really admire his willingness to devote his life to exposing those who abuse power. I was at a restaurant recently and talking about Farenheit 9/11 when a man seated near us joined in the conversation. He happened to be African American and said, "Michael Moore is like Martin Luther King." I was shocked that he would make that comparision and when I asked why he said it was because he had the courage to fight those in power and challenge the power structure. Go Michael!

    A., United States - 15 July 2004

  • Full marks to Michael

    An honest man like this is hard to love, hard not to love. He's despised and rejected in his own country, which puts him in some pretty good company. He deserves full marks.

    Leslie, Canada - 24 June 2004

  • A big fat glorious Lovemark

    Michael Moore is a citizen of the world and a true U.S. patriot. This man should run for president. To paraphrase the words of Al Franken (political speaker and famed comedic writer of SNL) Moore's love is a grown up love of America..."while he loves mommy, he can see that mommy sometimes makes BIG MISTAKES!" Moore's films and books have made a huge impact on people in the US and all around the world who are forced to look at themselves and their leaders more critically. Moore tells the truth and takes responsibility for his actions in an era that is ruled by elected leaders who refuse to do the same, namely Dubya, the little moron who stole the White House. Even Rupert Murdoch is scared of Moore. He stands for the truth and he stands for liberty. Michael Moore is a big fat glorious Lovemark!

    Luna, Australia - 01 June 2004