June 15, 2009, - 12:58 pm

More Obnoxious Than Ever: Flabulous Filmmaker Releases “Trailer”

By Debbie Schlussel
As I’ve recounted on this site previously, I once sat next to Michael Moore at a showing of one of his movies, “The Big One,” which rails against America’s corporations and their CEOS (kinda like his next movie will do).
When the movie was over, he asked me what I thought, and I asked him why he’d rail against CEOs, and yet he was wearing a Detroit Tigers hat and a Chicago Bulls shirt. I reminded him that sports teams are the corporations who most soak taxpayers for their stadiums, etc., and yet they provide mostly seasonal jobs which pay well below market value. Plus, their clothes, which he was wearing, are not made in America, but overseas by the people he complained are paid less than a dollar a day. Moore’s response was that he’s a hypocrite and not consistent, and he seemed proud of that. So, it’s no surprise that it’s more of the same, since he has hundreds of thousands of dollars in corporate stock holdings and he’s at it again, with yet another flick–this time, attacking Wall Street. Over the weekend, he unveiled this extremely obnoxious “trailer” for his next movie to movie audiences in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Yuck.

The untitled movie comes out in October. Gee, I wonder how Michael Moore bought and sold stocks without Wall Street. Oh, yeah, he didn’t avoid Wall Street. But, yet, they’re baaad, very bad.
The “Team America: World Police” guys had exactly the right idea with this self-righteous hypocrite.


4 Responses

That is so interesting he would basically tell you he is fraud. He knows he is a poser, loser and is a hypocrite, however, he knows his followers don’t know so he goes on. When the opportunity arose to confront one of his detractors, he crumbled. Have a take and don’t suck! (Jim Rome). Obviously he sucked.

californiascreaming on June 15, 2009 at 1:49 pm

I saw Team America: World Police movie this weekend. Its an R rated send up of the political hypocrisy and political correctness of Hollywood and self-righteous anti-war (read: anti-America) liberals. The shock language and graphic violence hits home – best line in the movie: “freedom is not free.” The only thing I could have done without was the explicit X rated puppet sex. Its rare to see Hollywood embrace the truth and attack Islam and the North Koreans. That’s why it stays fresh: the bad guys are back in the headlines again!

NormanF on June 15, 2009 at 3:15 pm

I laughd myself silly when I saw “An American Carol” last fall. If you are intellectually honest in a reasoned, researched opinion about Michael Moore, the parody of him in that movie truely hits home.
The fantasy/fictiononly comes in that the Moore parody character actually manages to redeem himself at the end of the flick- more fantasy there than George Lucas can cram into six episodes of Star Wars.

Mistress_Dee on June 16, 2009 at 8:36 am

I agree with Mistress_Dee–that MM was tabbed to be the butt of An American Carol was perfect.
Funny thing on this trailer, I don’t think I’ve never seen Moore shaven before.

BB on June 16, 2009 at 10:25 am

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