Bowling for Columbine

This is certainly Michael Moore's best film to date, his previous documentary films being "The Big One" and "Roger and Me," inciting thought and sparking debate into people who don't typically like to take things sitting down. This one tackles the whole gun controversy, and tries to answer the question of why there is so much more murders in America than Canada and all other countries in the world. It's is all very interesting and enlightening. As is with all of Moore's films, it will also give you plenty of things to chuckle about. Even if you don't like documentaries, please give this film a shot! (I said "please!" How can you refuse now?)

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Michael Moore, Denise Ames, Arthur A. Busch, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Barry Glassner, Charlton Heston, Marilyn Manson, John Nichols, Chris Rock, Matt Stone

Directed by:

Michael Moore


2002 documentary

Rated R.


Don Ignacio's score: A

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