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Michael Moore in TrumpLand

Michael Moore in TrumpLand is a movie starring Michael Moore, Hillary Clinton, and Donald Trump. In the weeks before the 2016 general election, Oscar-winning filmmaker Michael Moore performs a pro-Hillary Clinton stand-up show deep...

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Michael Moore en TrumpLand, Trump Land, Trump Land Movie, Michael Moore: I love you, Donald J. Trump, Michael Moore in Trump Land, TrumpLand Movie, TrumpLand, マイケル・ムーア・イン・トランプランド
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1 hours 13 minutes
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Michael Moore
Michael Moore
Hillary Clinton, Michael Moore, Donald Trump
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In the weeks before the 2016 general election, Oscar-winning filmmaker Michael Moore performs a pro-Hillary Clinton stand-up show deep in the heart of TrumpLand.

Comments about documentary «Michael Moore in TrumpLand» (14)

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The film itself is extremely informative and extremely entertaining. I personally loved it, especially the interviews with actual residents of the city. The point is made that when we have a problem, we should not act on it immediately, but let it play itself out. This is one of those documentaries that really makes you think about your own world view. I think this documentary could be very effective in showing how wrong we are as a nation and that many people are actually not so bad. I also like how they showed the various "parties" that are in place. They are actually elected officials and leaders of some type. In my opinion, this documentary is actually one of the best I have ever seen. It really shows the power of the people to do what they want and make the change they want.

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This film is an indictment of President Donald Trump. The first part of the film is about Moore's research into Trump's tax returns and finances. Then, after Trump was elected, Moore moves to the White House. He has an interview with a young girl named Ivanka Trump. This interview shows the weaknesses of the first lady. She is afraid to say anything about her father's behavior. She is not afraid to criticize him but she can't speak up for herself. Moore also interviews people who are close to the White House and a former staffer for the first lady. It is an argument for people to take a stand against Trump. The film is not great but it is entertaining. I highly recommend this film. If you watch it, you'll see how much the first lady's flaws have hurt the president. This film was a good representation of the resistance against Trump.

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Emma Ford

As I was saying in the title, I think that the best thing to say about this movie is that it's not bad. However, I don't think that it's actually that good, and that's saying something considering how many movies like this one have been made in the last few years. To me, the movie is much more about the world in which it takes place than it is about the political beliefs of its stars, with Moore actually being a bit more critical of his own political views in this film than in the ones that he normally chooses to do. It's not that he's a racist or anything, it's just that he believes in a certain kind of political philosophy that makes him a bit of a troublemaker. I think that Moore is actually a fairly fair critic of Trump, even though he criticizes the president on almost all aspects of his life. But the real standout of this film is certainly Jeremy Scahill, whose documentary-style film is almost as good as Moore's. It's his interviews with Trump's aides, people close to the president, and Trump himself that really make the movie, and he's one of the most interesting subjects in it. It's hard to really understand all of his views and ideas because he's such a different person from what we usually see in documentaries, but Scahill's film does an excellent job of showing the extent to which Trump's views have changed since this movie came out. It's also a great way of showing the contradictions that Trump is now facing in his presidency, like his decision to start a Twitter account just because he thought that it would make him look more presidential, or his decision to go on a rampage of using the media to make himself look like the most powerful man in the world. If you like documentaries, I think that this is one of the best documentaries out there right now. If you like movies, I think that it's a pretty good one, but I wouldn't necessarily say that it's the best movie of the year. I wouldn't say that it's the best of the year, but it's certainly the best of the year.

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Moore's film TrumpLand focuses on the 2016 presidential election, and how the media was either in collusion or in support of Trump. If you're unfamiliar with the media, this is a good film to watch. In his film, Moore shows how the media covered the campaign, and how he found out about the 2016 campaign through the media. There are many examples of how the media got the election wrong, and how the media tried to make Trump look like a bad guy. While Trump is certainly guilty of taking money from Russia, it's really not that big of a deal. The media is not a good guy, and it's very important to know what the media does, and how it works. Many journalists in the film were interviewed, and it's really a great example of how the media works, and how the media can get things wrong. While the media is not a good guy, there are many examples of how the media covered the campaign, and how they tried to make Trump look like a bad guy. I would recommend this film to anyone, and it's definitely a film you should see.

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Phillip S.

This is an interesting documentary that examines the relationship between the two most powerful men in American politics. Moore's father was a man of influence in Hollywood during the last years of the 20th century. This documentary addresses some of the most interesting aspects of this relationship, such as the threat that Donald Trump poses to American democracy, the state of the movies that have embraced his political views, and the many ways that Moore has tried to challenge Trump's political agenda. There are also several interviews with those who have shaped his politics, such as Roger Ailes, George Soros, John McCain, and many others. I think that this is a very interesting documentary that raises a lot of questions that we should be asking ourselves. Moore does a good job of presenting the facts of the relationship, and he does a good job of bringing together a variety of opinions from different perspectives. This is an interesting documentary that deserves more attention.

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Zachary F.

Mr. Moore is one of the best filmmakers around today. I'm not saying he is an absolute genius, but he is a very, very, very talented man and he always makes me laugh. Even when he makes the most ridiculous of political statements, it's all just so true. Moore is not the first one to use this technique, but it's one of the best and I think he'll get a lot of credit for it. This is not a documentary about Donald Trump. It's about the political future of the United States. The majority of people in this country would like Donald Trump to win in the general election. But this film has a message that is simple: We need to get beyond this election and get rid of the idea that we are the problem. Donald Trump is not the problem. This election is not the problem. Trump is the problem. We need to stop thinking about the candidate and start thinking about the people who are going to vote for him. And we need to start thinking about what he stands for, what his supporters think about him, what their future is going to be like. This film is a must-see. There are some really, really funny moments in here, but also some very, very funny moments. And the movie is a little bit too long. The documentary starts at 1h 43min, and ends at 1h 58min. This is way too long. I understand that it has to be a bit longer to give the viewers something to think about, but I don't think that we should be forced to sit through the whole thing. It would have been nice if the film ended at around 1h. That would have been a really good way to end it. But the film is still worth seeing and if you're not watching this for the laughs, you should still be able to enjoy it. The interviewees are great. I really like the way that these people are presented. It's very different from what I usually see on the news, and that's because it's something that we're not used to. This is a new way of telling stories, and it works. I really liked it. This is a really good documentary, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to see what the future of this country is going to be. It is a really good documentary. 7/10

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Roy K.

This is a very powerful documentary. There's a lot of talk about the lack of truth in Trump's reality, but what he says is actually pretty true. Many things he says are far more sinister and far more dangerous than his opponents. It's kind of the most damning information Trump has. Some of the stuff is a little unbelievable, but I think that's intentional. If you watch the film carefully, you'll see that he's not really telling the truth, he's just trying to mislead the public. It's really scary to think that the things he says are actually true, and he's just using them to make himself seem better. But he also says things that are actually quite scary. One of the most powerful things he says is that we're going to destroy the planet. The evidence of climate change is overwhelming. He's trying to use that as a reason to do something about the climate, but he's lying. The planet is not going to be destroyed. He also says that he'll end the U.S. and take other countries with us. He says that he's going to build a wall, which is a good thing to do, but it's not going to stop the climate change. I think it's a very powerful documentary. It's a lot more powerful than The Manchurian Candidate. I think that was more effective, but this is just as good. It's a really good documentary. I think it's a really powerful film.

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I've always been a fan of Moore. I like to see documentaries on topics I'm interested in. I don't like to be "censored" as an audience member, and so I find it difficult to accept that Moore would cast his shadow over a film with such a high-profile subject. For instance, in 2007, he had the honor of editing the documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11." But he also made his own film about the war in Iraq. That film, "Saving Private Ryan," was critical of the US military, and showed that US troops were shooting civilians and mistreating Iraqi civilians. Moore was criticizing both parties. He made a great documentary about it, "Saving Private Ryan: The Real Story." That film was a great film, and a great documentary. I just couldn't accept that Moore would cast his shadow over this film. The film itself is great, and Moore does a great job. But he casts his shadow, and in the process makes the film look less than great. In the end, I really didn't like Moore's opinion on this film. I was hoping that the film would be more positive. I'm glad I watched the film, but I can't help but feel that Moore's opinions were too much of a distraction from the film itself. I would love to hear from Moore himself about the film. I'm glad I did, but I still feel like I wasted my time. I really enjoyed this film, and it's a great documentary. But it's the kind of film that you'd like to see again.

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James Sanders

This is a fascinating film that attempts to show the country through the eyes of Trump. The film follows him on his trips to the states, and his appearances in the media. It also tells a story of his support for the First Amendment, and his views of the media. There are moments that will make you cringe, but there are also some touching moments that will make you laugh. The story is a bit too dramatic for its own good, and some of the editing is a bit off, but overall it is a well made film. It is not a movie to be taken seriously, but it is a story that should be told. Not because it is real, but because it is important. I highly recommend this film.

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Nathan F.

This is an important film. It's not a film for everyone. It's not meant to be funny, it's meant to be an informative, and thought-provoking film about the corruption of the American political system. The film is filled with very strong opinions and strong opinions only. It has a lot of graphic images. Some of the images are more shocking than others. The graphic nature of the film is important, but it doesn't distract from the overall message of the film. The movie is powerful and insightful. The message that the film is telling is that corruption is alive and well in the United States. The film has strong opinions about the need for transparency and accountability, and about the need for people to take action. This is a powerful film, and it is essential viewing for anyone who cares about our country.

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Victoria O.

This documentary was extremely interesting. I was able to look at Moore's past work and see the connections he has made with his father and his wife. It is great to see a family that is still able to have a good relationship. The only real problem I had with the movie was the time frame. I felt like Moore didn't go into enough depth to show how his father and the family have influenced his political career. I also felt like the film was very selective about what it showed Moore's father do. If you are a political conservative, I would recommend this film.

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Raymond Silva

There's no denying that the political climate of today is much different from the atmosphere of the 1980's. When Moore first made his Oscar-winning documentary, Fahrenheit 9/11, he was working at a publication called the New Republic. In the film, he talks to a former member of Congress who was a founding member of the World-Cable Network and talks to the editor of the paper who was a key figure in the network's creation. Moore interviews other politicians who have been involved in creating or promoting a TV network. There's also a very funny interview with Jack Abramoff, the infamous lobbyist who gave a "gift" to a member of Congress. Abramoff is portrayed as a guy who wanted to be a lobbyist but was simply not good at it. For those of you who think that the political system is corrupt, this documentary will certainly make you think. It also makes it clear that there are very few people that are actually helping the system and it is those that are the most powerful. It is also a really funny look at how politics and TV influence our lives. I have to say that I am not a fan of Moore, and I don't like his style. But I am definitely going to recommend this film to anyone who likes documentaries. It's a really interesting look at how television is used to influence our lives. 7/10

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If you are like me, you probably had a feeling of frustration as you watched the Trump documentary "A Few Good Men". It is a good documentary, and does a very good job of showing how some actors in the movie had to re-evaluate their roles. However, this documentary does not cover much of the controversies and backstabbing that Trump is famous for. It also does not have the same air of reality that the other Trump documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11" had. Trump is a genius and he is not an ordinary person. He has done a lot of damage to people who try to get him off his back. Many people would have a hard time blaming a genius for doing that, but Trump is a genius and he can do anything. However, as a documentary, it is lacking in quality. I know that there are a lot of people who will love this film. It is probably worth watching if you want to know how Trump got away with all the things he is famous for, but I would not recommend watching it to anyone who is not interested in politics.

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Samantha Cole

Some people have said that Moore is making fun of the media. I think he is really being funny. When I heard that he was doing this documentary I thought, oh no, I can't do that, this will look silly. But, as I watched it, I got more and more interested in it. It made me think, how much do the media control us? And how many of us are complicit in it? The first thing that was really important to me was to see what he said in the interviews, I wasn't expecting a documentary about the media, but I was expecting a sort of dark comedy about the media. I was right, because the interviews are not really about the media, they are about the people and how they think and feel about the media. But this documentary is more about the media. I don't know if it is true or not, but the interviews are about the power and the powerlessness of the media, and how the media can control and manipulate people. Some people said it is about the media, but I think it is more about the people, and how they think and feel about the media. And that is the best part of this documentary, I can say the people, not the media. People are the real focus of the documentary. That is the way the media can control people, and this is why I am a very very very very angry about the media, because I have seen it, I have seen it myself, I am one of the people who has seen it. I can't be indifferent anymore, I can't be indifferent to the media, and I can't be indifferent to what the media does to people, what it can do to people, to them. What the media does to us is really disturbing. I hope that people don't make fun of the media, because it is not a joke, and I am really not joking, I'm really serious. I hope people are not gonna make fun of the media, because it is not a joke, and I'm really not joking, I'm really serious.