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Slacker Uprising at the Pitnew

Michael Moore, a man of infinite jest, brings his Slacker Uprising Tour to The Pit, and gets just what he asked for.
Weekly Alibi  |  Tim McGivern  |  10-20-2004  |  Politics

Less Is Moorenew

Tucson lawyer David Hardy tries to lambaste Michael Moore--and fails.
Tucson Weekly  |  Jarret Keene  |  09-23-2004  |  Nonfiction

The Un-conventional Partynew

Outside the Democratic National Convention, amid the Kerry-Edwards signs, creativity and dissent are rampant as progressives urge Democrats to find their spines. A feeling of what it's really like to be behind the free-speech wall.
Metroland  |  Ashley Hahn  |  07-29-2004  |  Politics

The Transforming Art of Michael Moore

For Moore, the real publicity bonanza is -- as it has been since 9/11 itself -- the knee-jerk attempts of ham-fisted powerbrokers to try to shut him up. Each attempt at censoring what he has to say has only made him stronger, and has made people all the more eager to know what’s so dangerous and forbidden.
Random Lengths News  |  Paul Rosenberg  |  06-18-2004  |  Movies

Duck, You Suckersnew

In this goofy and lowbrow Vince Vaughn/Ben Stiller comedy, the good guys are lovable losers and the bad guys have frosted feathered hair and unitards with inflatable codpieces.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marrit Ingman  |  06-17-2004  |  Reviews

Get ‘Saved!’: Teen Drama Preaches Tolerancenew

“Saved!” is not anti-Christian or anti-religion but portrays Christians as both fallible and imperfect and, at times, makes Jesus fanaticism appear just a little (OK, a lot) humorous.
Cityview  |  Erin Randolph  |  06-17-2004  |  Reviews

Film About Bush and Osama Premieres at Cannesnew

An account of Michael Moore's triumph at Cannes 2004 with his "Fahrenheit 9/11" documentary.
Boston Phoenix  |  Gerald Peary  |  05-27-2004  |  Movies

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