Michael Moore, as usual, is bound to anger some viewers with his latest documentary. He is, as always, very opinionated as to why this country has undergone great economic difficulties in the last few years. He blames everyone from Wall Street to the banks, Countrywide Financial, and even goes back to the early 80s as he remembers “Reaganomics”. He says capitalism is against democracy and a few Catholic priests and a bishop believe that capitalism is against Christianity, which some viewers will and others won’t agree with.
As usual Moore confronts several people with some hard questions, people he believes need to respond to the public. Some choose not to be interviewed. Moore is, if nothing else, entertaining. Some might choose to say his bullhorn approach is a bit dramatic while others no doubt applaud him for tackling some difficult issues in this country.
At any rate, there is very strong language in the film which prevents us from awarding our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to the picture.