Capitalism: A Love Story
Documentary • R • 2009 • 2 hr 8 min
A documentary that have one goal: show how capitalism is not as perfect as we think
Michael Moore inspires me to want to make documentaries
Entertaining and thought provoking ...Michael Moore gets under your skin and makes you question.
« Bring it down, BRING IT ALL DOWN » - Michael Moore (Team America)
An excellent documentary that reminds us of the numerous flaws of capitalism as an economic system and the signs of its future collapse
I would hate to see how this compares to todays financial climate
Insanely sad documentary, people hate Moore but it’s easy to see that even though he is pretentious about it, he’s right.
Don't know why people are down on Mike. He had to hire ex-Navy Seal bodyguards since his family got so many death threats from 'patriots'.
Very good Moore documentary. Explains in simple terms purposefully obscured mechanisms behind systemic inequality.
Another great Michael Moore documentary, insightful and worth seeing
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