Professor Frank Morris
Capitalism: A love Story. By Michael Moore.
As we know, Michael Moore is a liberal film producer, and sometimes subjective, who criticizes the problems that affect the United States of America. His documentary Capitalism: A love story is not the exception. This is an informative documentary that shows us the reality of this economic system, Capitalism. It shows in a very clear, realistic, and even sarcastic way the consequences that affected and still affecting in a really bad way the US of America, and the price that Americans have to pay for being a Capitalist country.
What is important about Michael Moore is what he wants to tell the audience, not the way that he does it. From the second point of view, we are facing a poor documentary without film strategies and even weaker than his previous documentaries. However, sticking from the first point of view, the message is clear, the information is wonderful, and it is a documentary immensely recommended if we want to see the side of the Capitalism that will never be shown by the people who support it and wants it to stay as economic system in the United States of America
Michael Moore always hits the target in the right moment. Exactly as he did on his famous film Sicko (2007,) at the time when health care companies were abusing the system and making huge profits by letting people die. This is what happened with this film Capitalism: A Love Story because it was made right in the moment when the USA and the entire world was in one of its biggest economic crisis in 2009. In addition, this film was released in September 2009, just a couple of months before the elections of 2009 in the USA, the elections where Americans showed their power and the need of a changes because the republicans had driven this country in a tremendous economic recession.
In Capitalism: A Love Story, Michael Moore discusses the status of the US economy, the greed of...