I thought the movie was f***ing hilarious!Originally posted by mugbub1
Beaner, did that awful movie provoke you to puke? I liked when that sloppy, fatass, dummy, Michael Moore was on Bill O'Reilly's show. Bill exposed him for what he is: a whiny liberal offering no solutions. SNL also spoofed him real good. Don't tell me you support him?
I saw the parody Saturday night. They had Jimmmy Fallon as Michael Moore. Jimmy had Moore's body ticks, facial expressions, and speech patterns correct, but it was rather flat and lacked any slapstick. Plus, Jimmy wasn't even padded to match Moore's girth. Believable, but would be better if Chris Farley had done it (If he were still alive... SOB!).Originally posted by BKM
I would love to see an SNL parody of Michael Moore. The comic potential is awe-inspiring.
Moore is definitley more of a provacateur than an academic, that's for sure!Originally posted by Michael Stumpf
Trust Mugbub to call this one right. Moore is a useless and unimaginative whiner without the intellect to do a credible or unbiased analysis of any issue.
I saw the movie Saturday night, a 7:00 pm showing at the local suburban multiplex. There were about 40 people in the theater. During the most obvious funny scenes, only about five in the theater were regularly laughing, myself included. The others must have been shell-shocked. (No pun intended.) I'm from Michigan, and Moore, a Michigander himself, connects and indicts many of the unfortunate incidents involving guns from the recent past to people and places in Michigan. An astonishing revelation! For those who never visited Michigan and actually saw the movie, I am sure they will now forever think of the Great Lakes State as a crazy place with crazy people.