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Michael Moore in TrumpLand is a movie starring Michael Moore, Hillary Clinton, and Donald Trump. In the weeks before the 2016 general election, Oscar-winning filmmaker Michael Moore performs a pro-Hillary Clinton stand-up show deep...

Michael Moore
Donald Trump, Michael Moore, Hillary Clinton

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Genres Documentary
Director Michael Moore
Writer Michael Moore
Stars Donald Trump, Michael Moore, Hillary Clinton
Country USA
Also Known As Michael Moore en TrumpLand, マイケル・ムーア・イン・トランプランド, Trump Land Movie, Michael Moore: I love you, Donald J. Trump, Trump Land, TrumpLand Movie, TrumpLand, Michael Moore in Trump Land
Runtime 1 h 13 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Oscar-winner Michael Moore dives deep in the heart of hostile TrumpLand territory with his daring, profound, and uproarious one-man show. When the show gets banned from the first town they tried, Mike moves on to an even bigger community of Trump supporters in the ironically-named Clinton County, Ohio. Performed, shot, and edited just weeks before the 2016 election, this heartfelt, honest, and hilarious concert film is essential election viewing for a divided America. With a title like Michael Moore in TrumpLand, you may think you know what's in store, but the film is sure to surprise. Entertaining, outraging, and informing in equal measure, no matter who you're voting for, this movie has something for everybody.

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Thursday, 02 Jul 2020 16:16

As many other reviewers, I found the film a great antidote to the pieties of the Establishment and to the awful rhetoric of the so-called Right. Moore paints a picture of a country at a crossroads in which our best and brightest have fled to greener pastures in the wake of the Democratic victory in 2000 and the Bush years. As the film is subtitled, this is the era of the "Party of Trump". For example, Moore points out that "the Bush administration, in pursuing its failed wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, supported the support for terrorism in its name." The people who fight terrorism are people who are being killed and killed for a cause that neither they nor their cause are particularly interested in. Moore quotes a poem that he claims is "invented by the terrorists themselves", and he also makes the claim that, while Bush was in office, the West Bank was "bombed, destroyed, and occupied by a thousand Palestinian terrorist gangs." This has been a very difficult, dangerous period for Israel, and the Palestinians have tried to exploit this for political gain. It is one thing for the West to kill people who are killing innocent people; it is another to argue that this war is justified on the grounds that our leaders believe that a great cause justifies it. "Democrats" are the ones who have made the most concessions to terrorists and the Palestinians, in order to accommodate them in the democratic process. I don't believe that this film is meant to be a politically correct exercise, but rather an important one in showing the enormous dangers facing us as a nation. As mentioned above, Trump is not a "good" guy, but he is not a "bad" guy either, and when we look back at history, we will find that he is neither. Rather, he is a symptom of a long-term decline of the American people, in which their moral compass has been thrown out the window. It is the bottom-feeding, greedy, money-making, power-seeking nature of the Democratic Party that has destroyed the moral compass that it has been so concerned with since the days of Franklin Roosevelt. If you would like to see an honest, sober, and far more compelling presentation of the Trumpian psychosis, see "American carnage".
Friday, 12 Jun 2020 01:35

This is an excellent documentary on one of the most disgusting and vile men to ever occupy the Oval Office. Trump is one of the most shameless and manipulative politicians in the history of American politics. Moore has a unique way of letting us see what we normally don't see, and what Trump does and says without any sense of irony. I'm not going to go into too much detail, but just to say that he uses the same lies and boasts over and over again, and he does so with great disrespect for the people that he's chosen to lead our country. And he says and does some very disgusting things in a public setting, like when he gets on a subway and starts saying that Mexican immigrants are rapists and murderers. "They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists." Moore makes sure that we see him use the "F" word with his staff, and to say that women are worse than dogs. Trump uses the same kinds of phrases and one-liners that he used for years in public, like, "Crooked Hillary". Moore goes into his personal life, and how he never really seems to grow up, and has little regard for anyone, not even his family. And we see his outrageous comments, like his call to ban all Muslims from entering the country. We see him say and do things that we don't normally hear, like when he says that he doesn't want to set a standard for women in this country. He's also an extreme misogynist, and even goes so far as to tell a young woman to "shut the f* up and fight back" because she's complaining about her husband's infidelity. There's a lot of video footage of Trump speaking with these outrageous women, and how he treats them in private. And of course, we get to hear him rant about how beautiful he thinks women are. We see him talk about how he's going to be the best president, and how he'll make America great again. We see him say and do things that are truly despicable. Trump's attack on the press is truly disgusting. He says that the press is the enemy of the American people. And he uses his own people to put out fake news stories about him to attack the press. Moore goes into great detail about how he put out a piece against him, which included the single word "fake". But Moore goes even further into how he makes fun of people that are not like him, like the disabled reporter. And then we hear how he treats them, and tells stories about them that are just too disgusting to watch, like when he told a group of doctors at his daughter's wedding that they should have let the bride and groom go home with their things, because they were in a hurry. I can't say enough about this man, who has truly ruined our country and our countrymen. Moore's other documentary, F*ck the Democrats, is also very good. The one that will make you cringe the most is The Brothel Diaries, a documentary on how porn stars and other people use their celebrity status to get paid. And there's something that's very hard to watch, which is that he has a very small house. And he also has a very short attention span, which is very obvious from the time that the documentary starts. But the thing that's so disturbing and sick about the way he treats women, is that he seems to have no idea about how to treat them, and in the end, he doesn't seem to care about anybody. He's willing to violate any woman in his way, and he even gets a little angry when he sees a news story about his daughter. Trump's treatment of women is disturbing, and this man has no understanding
Monday, 08 Jun 2020 03:22

George W. Bush's Presidential Library and Museum is a simple collection of artifacts and artifacts of the people involved in his Presidency. This documentary follows the daily efforts of the President's staff and the people they consulted, from staff to the Chief of Staff to the Cabinet, all of whom are key to his ability to lead the country. This is a full-length documentary, focusing on the Presidential Library, not the Presidential Palace as the name suggests. It doesn't cover the main issues that the President faced (the Iraq War, the economy, immigration, etc.), but instead it covers the President's interactions with the people that were his most important advisors. The real people in the White House were the people that the President and his advisors had to deal with, as well as the staff that was responsible for managing the administration. As far as the story goes, there is no real story here. It is a collection of facts and figures, with the president as the center of the story. The film does show the personal side of the Presidency, as well as the personal conflict with his staff and the family. The film is a good example of how to get into the heart of the Presidency, and how to get a good story from it. It is also an excellent example of how to do a full-length documentary, as this was done as an in-depth study of a man that had a unique ability to communicate with the public, to get things done, and to make decisions without having to go to Congress. This is a must-see for everyone who was involved in the Presidency. This film has a lot to say, and it does it well.
Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 00:21

Moore's screed against President Trump will be a vital counterpoint to his new film, TrumpNation, which is essentially a compilation of his various videos of Trump as a candidate and as president. Moore's latest is an invitation to the voters of 2018, who helped elect Trump, to reconsider their allegiances to the commander in chief. The film makes a similar appeal to Democrats in the fall of '76, and there is no shortage of anecdotes about Democrats who had their heads handed to them by the establishment. If Moore was looking for a silver lining in the Trump debacle, he didn't get it here. He has never been shy about his disdain for the president, and his movie is a testament to that. But the bigger point is that Moore may have been wrong about Trump, but the people who elected him are equally wrong. Moore's film is a perfect demonstration of how much damage the first-year appointment of Trump could do to the Republican Party. No, we shouldn't take Moore's predictions for granted, but he clearly did. Moore was right about the corrosive effect of Trump on the Republican Party in 2016, but he may have been more correct about the Democratic Party in the first year of Obama's presidency. After all, Obama, unlike Trump, had never been a known commodity to most Americans before he took office, and he didn't appear to do a great deal to mobilize his base. Clinton, on the other hand, was dogged by a host of scandals, none of which were central to his base of support. Clinton did lead in every important poll she was in, and she was a favorite to win in the fall of '96. In the absence of a favorite in the Republican primary, and her relatively strong campaign, she was, as Moore makes clear, destined to win the White House. In contrast, Trump was an unknown quantity to most Americans before he entered the White House. This was particularly true of Democrats. As Moore notes, the reason that Trump beat Clinton in the polls in the fall of '96 was because he was able to appeal to a much broader swath of the electorate. The Democratic base of support was much wider than the GOP base, and Trump was able to appeal to a large portion of the Republican base. Obama, as he would do in every election thereafter, was able to transform the Democratic Party into a national party. But in 2016, the Democratic Party was no longer a national party, and was instead a small minority in the capital. In the end, the Democratic Party's institutional and leadership flaws allowed Trump to emerge as the victor, and the Democratic Party to emerge as a weakling in the capital. The Democrats' inability to capitalize on their own strength, as well as the Republicans' ability to capitalize on their own weakness, led to Trump's victory. There are some other things that Moore misses in his argument, but it's hard to argue that this film is a definitive indictment of Trump. Moore's argument is valid, but he should have examined the facts more carefully. For example, Trump was a real estate developer, not a business executive, and in the business world, in the 1980s, a real estate executive is not a business executive. Trump was a celebrity, not a real estate developer. Trump's golf courses were not managed by the Trump Organization. In his interview with the New York Times, Trump stated that he would not pursue a Washington DC real estate project. It's hard to see why this would be any different than what Trump has done in New York City. To the extent that Moore seems to be claiming that the Democratic Party had a weakness in the early 1990s, this is false. The Republican Party had a weakness in the early 1990s, but Trump was
Saturday, 16 May 2020 09:40

It's not the sort of documentary you would see in a news or sports channel, or any network. It's the sort of thing that could be shown in your living room, on a dinner table, and be as relevant as your life. Moore is smart and funny, and he makes this very personal film very easy to watch. He has a way of capturing scenes that would have made a great movie if the director would have done a better job. Moore shows clips of all of Trump's controversial statements from his past to present. It's pretty clear he did a good job of filming what he wanted to show, without having to go through all of his words. You know you're watching something special when the clips are chosen so well. I've only seen one other documentary that could make me feel this way. That was "A People's History of the United States" by Seymour Melman. It's not a perfect documentary, but it was well made and well shot. It really is a lot like "Fahrenheit 9/11" - it's hard to find a perfect documentary. There were a few parts that I found a little weak, but it is a very intelligent documentary about a very important topic. The problem is that we don't have a perfect view on the Trump Presidency. People who were in the audience for the film had different opinions. They all agree that Trump was a very dangerous President and that he deserves to be impeached, but there is also a difference of opinion of how he's doing. There are people who think he's trying to bring the country back to the old way of doing things. I think that's what this film is saying. Trump is a dangerous President, and there are people who think that we should try to find ways to criticize him, but there are also people who think that the President is doing the right thing and there is something wrong with him. I think this is a very important film to watch. It's very interesting and very well done. I think it's worth the watch, but it is very hard to find a good documentary like it. I recommend it to anyone who is looking for something to watch that's not the typical TV or movie fare.
Thursday, 14 May 2020 06:40

Moore should have been the last person to have a chance to talk about an ongoing and enduring scandal with America's chief diplomat. But, apparently, the White House wanted a Republican, or so Moore believes. That was the reason the US has seen the likes of Bradley Cooper, Angela Merkel, Donald Trump, and even Vladimir Putin come to the table. His and Moore's commentary on all of this would have been more effective if the subject was the investigation into the Benghazi massacre, but that's another story. Moore, who is an outspoken critic of the Democratic party, has been condemned for making partisan attacks on the president for reasons that are very much in line with his own views and their agenda. His attacks have been met with thunderous applause and derision from people who are more at home with Republican views. Moore is a well-known critic of Republican dogma and has made clear that he will not be cowed. As such, he is often seen as a threat to the party and, consequently, he has often been accused of making personal attacks on the president. Moore, however, has made clear that he will not be cowed and is not afraid to give the White House a hard time. Although he is a well-known critic of both parties, his personal views have been crystal clear. And, on the subject of this scandal, his opinion is actually somewhat closer to the one that the American people hold than the one that the Republican leadership has been hoping to present. Instead of attacking the man, Moore is actually opening up a dialogue. He is making a point about the workings of the government and the way in which it was run during the Bush years. He wants to have an open debate. In the US, this means that his opinions have been seen as heretical by some, and as distasteful by others. This is where the movie comes in. Moore and his collaborators have been criticized for "inflaming" the president's critics and making personal attacks. This is where Moore's movie comes in. It is simply a documentary that explores Moore's opinion, the American public's opinions, and the problems with the system that the US has created. Moore is not an apologist for the president, and his explanation of the ongoing Benghazi scandal is not meant to sway any one's opinion. The film is just a factual account of the details of the scandal and what happened, as opposed to a politician's denunciation of another's ideas. As an illustration of the two points of view, let me quote Moore from a 2008 interview with NBC's Bob Schieffer. At that point in the interview, Moore was still not interested in Bush. "I think George Bush has done some great things, and it's certainly not the worst thing I've ever seen in my lifetime. But I think it's a president that is doing some terrible things, like the war in Iraq." Then, in an interview for an upcoming documentary, Moore stated that he felt that "Bush was a good president, but his administration was very flawed." This is where the conversation between Moore and Schieffer ends. At this point, Moore had already changed his opinion of Bush and was not afraid to give the president a hard time. He was simply trying to get the conversation going about what the American people thought about Bush. With all of this in mind, it is hard to see why the White House is so afraid of Moore's ideas. The film was made with the approval of the White House and Moore himself. The White House has in fact praised Moore for his candid commentary, and, in fact, Moore and the White House seem to be on the same page. As such, the White House appears to be in a good position to respond to Moore
Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 07:49

I guess Moore is the only one in Hollywood who has actually told the truth about Trump and Hillary. I like Moore's humor and his leadership of the "reality-based community" on MSNBC. I can't believe he was given the "Liberal's award" for the Hollywood Film Critic's Association. Moore is not a partisan, he is an independent. He is not a Republican, he is a Democrat. It's as simple as that. As a Republican, he was able to report on the fraud and the scandals. He showed us how the Media's failures were exposed in the "Heartland" area of America. And when he exposed the evidence of fake news, you could see the media was very afraid to touch this subject. He showed us how Hollywood uses the media and money to create a scenario where people will buy a ticket to a movie, because the big name actors or the stars of a hit show are supposed to make the movie "great" or "not bad". But we see they don't have the money to do that. And once the money comes, the movie gets ruined. All of a sudden, you have to pay to see the movie, because no one is willing to invest. It's like a school project, you put it on a video, put it on the big screen, and the video production costs are 20% of the total cost. The same thing with Hollywood. When you watch this film, you will know what I mean. This is the story of what happens when money becomes power, and where the media becomes the enemy. I really enjoyed the film, and it is well worth seeing. There are a lot of good things in it. I would recommend it to anyone who loves truth and freedom of speech.

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