Adventures In A Tv Nation
Based on an American television show, of the same name, it brims with Michael Moore's special brand of subversive humour that melds outright silliness with poignant realisation.
From the oh–so–obvious Serial Killer Next Door who's ignored by his neighbours: to Mike enjoying some quality time with Dr. Kevorkian : to raising money for Charles Keating, this is a compilation...more
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18 November 2011
Some people might wonder why, when I'm writing a review on a book, I generally discuss the underlying themes of the book rather than actually writing a review and commenting on grammar, structure, plot, and characters. Well, when we are dealing with non-fiction books, such as this one, plot and characters do not play a huge role, and with regards to grammar and structure I suspect (or rather hope) that all of the problems are ironed ...more
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Moore and Glynn's companion book to their Emmy award winning TV series that managed to be aired in the United States for two seasons despite covering the likes of abortion, the KKK, racism, corporate corruption, Kuwaiti democracy post Gulf War, white male paranoia re: so called minorities etc etc. This book is in away superior to many of Moore's others as it takes a frank look at how American TV shows are censored, controlled and/or aired. 7 out of 12
The book that put Michael Moore ...more
In Moore-Manier wird in der Serie der amerikanischen Gesellschaft der Spiegel vorgehalten. Man muss die Art der Provokation mögen um die Beiträge lustig zu finden.
Ich habe angefangen die einzelnen, teil ...more
Michael Moore is an American filmmaker, author and liberal political commentator. He is the director and producer of Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11, Sicko, and Capitalism: A Love Story, four of the top nine highest-grossing documentaries of all time. In September ...more