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The Big One
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Elaine Bly Elaine Bly
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Chip Carter Chip Carter
Himself - Forbes Campaign
Bill Clinton Bill Clinton
Himself - Presidential Candidate
Jim Czarnecki Jim Czarnecki
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Brian Danitz Brian Danitz
Himself
Robert Dornan Robert Dornan
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A good movie

3 years ago at Oct 10 14:24
I have always been a huge fan of Michael Moore's work and, if I recall it correctly, I saw this movie some time after I saw ‘Bowling for Columbine’ which is still, by far, his very best movie. Anyway, 8 long years after ‘Roger & Me’, Moore was finally coming up with a new documentary and, even though it might not be his most famous feature, I thought it was still pretty good. Indeed, n... read more
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The Big One is a feisty and clever documentary in which satirist Michael Moore ("Roger and Me") travels across America on a book tour for his bestselling "Downsize This." In different cities, he tries to get corporate executives to explain why they are laying off thousands of workers when their companies are making staggering profits. The rich are different, he proves, and right now they are very busy widening the gap between the haves and the have-nots with a vengeance.
Release date: 10 April 1998
UPC: 717951001566
Tags: Documentary (4), Activism (3), Comedy (3), 1990s (3), {documentary 01} (1), Spiritual Cinema (1), Sort (1), Politics (1), SnP (1), 91 Min (1), 1997 (1)
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johanlefourbe posted a review 3 years ago

A good movie

“I have always been a huge fan of Michael Moore's work and, if I recall it correctly, I saw this movie some time after I saw ‘Bowling for Columbine’ which is still, by far, his very best movie. Anyway, 8 long years after ‘Roger & Me’, Moore was finally coming up with a new documentary and, even though it might not be his most famous feature, I thought it was still pretty good. Indeed, not only it was quite informative but it was just really fun and entertaining to behold. Eventually, 10 years later, he released ‘Captain Mike Across America’ with a similar concept with Michael Moore involved in a 60-city tour of college campuses and other venues but I was amazed about much it actually didn’t work this time around. Indeed, it was a failure because Moore has actually become a” read more

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