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Farrel Joel Buchinsky over 6 years ago
A gripping way to understand one side of the argument
Daniel Colbert over 6 years ago
While Moore makes some great points our broken system is, his methods are rude and tired.
David Rauch over 6 years ago
Typisch Michael Moore. Viel Interessantes & Wahres dabei, aber oft übertrieben präsentiert
James T Kirk 3 months ago
Joaquin Heye 4 months ago
Sara Moran 5 months ago
Tim P 7 months ago
Harry 10 months ago
Miguel Aranha 10 months ago
Andrea Cowie 12 months ago
Mike Ekoniak over 1 year ago
Dustin Hodge over 1 year ago
B King K over 1 year ago
Sohom Chakrabarty over 1 year ago
Jeff McWho over 1 year ago
Greg Thomas almost 2 years ago
Javi Falces almost 2 years ago
Darth Orko almost 2 years ago
Capitalism: A Love Story is a 2009 American documentary film directed, written by and starring Michael Moore. The film centers on the late-2000s financial crisis and the recovery stimulus, while putting forward an indictment of the current economic order in the United States and capitalism in general. Topics covered include Wall Street's "casino mentality", for-profit prisons, Goldman Sachs' influence in Washington, D.C., the poverty-level wages of many workers, the large wave of home foreclosures, corporate-owned life insurance, and the consequences of "runaway greed". The film also features a religious component where Moore examines whether or not capitalism is a sin and if Jesus would be a capitalist. The film was widely released to the public in the United States and Canada on October 2, 2009. Reviews were generally positive. It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on March 9, 2010. The film begins with a series of security footage of armed bank robberies (one of the robbers was even...
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