Michael Moore

Michael Moore

BornApril 23, 1954
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Michael Moore is an American director who was born on April 23, 1954. On Spotify, Michael Moore keeps a low profile with only a popularity score of 12 out of 100 and about 300 followers as of 2018. His most popular track on Spotify is "All Is Well" from the album Beautiful World. Michael Moore's Instagram account (@michaelfmoore) has a significant following with around 539,000 followers. His recent posts to Instagram have gotten around 20,000 likes each.

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Beautiful World1
All Is Well
Beautiful World
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Something Moved Me
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If These Wings Could Fly
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Each by Side4
Way up Way
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The Escape
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As of 2018, Michael Moore has 300 followers and a popularity score of 12 on Spotify. Beautiful World is a popular album by Michael Moore. Notable tracks from this album include All Is Well, Something Moved Me, and If These Wings Could Fly. All Is Well is the most popular track from Michael Moore, scoring 9 out of 100 on the popularity scale. Something Moved Me and If These Wings Could Fly have popularity scores of 6 and 5, respectively. The Spotify popularity score is on a scale from 0 to 100 and reflects the number of times the song has been played and how recently it has been played.

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I make movies. I write books. I take out the garbage. My new film FAHRENHEIT 11/9 is now streaming on Prime and available on DVD, iTunes, and OnDemand
https://youtu.be/3yvyMSYuuYM
2 weeks from today the New Haven Documentary Film Festival will show a 7-film retrospective of my work on the weekend of June 7-9. I’ll be there, as well as some of my documentary heroes : D.A. Pennebaker, Chris Hegedus, Peter Davis. All films are free. Come join us!Michael Moore Instagram: 2 weeks from today the New Haven Documentary Film Festival will show a 7-film retrospective of my work on the weekend of June 7-9. I’ll be there, as well as some of my documentary heroes : D.A. Pennebaker, Chris Hegedus, Peter Davis. All films are free. Come join us!
Tonight is the final episode of Game of Thrones. It turned out to be one of the most brilliant series ever on television. 
But you may have heard a lot of people at work or school or online this week upset over the turn the series’ second-to-last episode took last Sunday night. Things did not go the way most Americans had hoped. And I get it. We are living in a dark, dark time. The cold chill of Trump’s winter envelopes us all now, and we are full of despair. Too many were convinced (or hoped) that at least this fantasy we were watching  on TV would relieve us. Give us the ending we desperately need. Remind us that most people are good and that heroes exist. That the boy will get the girl (or the girl will get the girl). That we will all live in peace and prosperity. 
But Game of Thrones last week refused to participate in our fantasy, refused to give us a shot of feel-good and instead reminded us that this is not only a dark time, the people we are clinging to to save us from the madness are not necessarily going to do that. Which puts it back on us.

And that’s what made last week’s episode so brilliant. At some point, amidst all the carnage, it must have dawned on some viewers that these monarchs were elected by no one and were, in the end, serving their own interests. That’s what those in power do. Give them a powerful military or a weapon that rains fire from the sky and they will use it to gain more power or to seek their revenge. To hell with the peon masses who now run for their lives. The images, which were straight out of Hiroshima and Dresden, were a reminder that the only time in history that nuclear weapons were unleashed on humanity (on civilians and children!) was done by the “good guys” — us! — the Best Nation on Earth! The Breaker of Chains! 
Take last week’s episode for what it was - art imitating life, a reflection of our miserable, inexcusable condition where we seem to hold no power, our lives at the mercy of wealth and white rulers with all their unearned privilege. And when the monarch turns out to not be the monarch what will The People do? Have we had it with the figurative and literal incest in the Leader’s chambers? Will we rise up?Michael Moore Instagram: Tonight is the final episode of Game of Thrones. It turned out to be one of the most brilliant series ever on television. But you may have heard a lot of people at work or school or online this week upset over the turn the series’ second-to-last episode took last Sunday night. Things did not go the way most Americans had hoped. And I get it. We are living in a dark, dark time. The cold chill of Trump’s winter envelopes us all now, and we are full of despair. Too many were convinced (or hoped) that at least this fantasy we were watching on TV would relieve us. Give us the ending we desperately need. Remind us that most people are good and that heroes exist. That the boy will get the girl (or the girl will get the girl). That we will all live in peace and prosperity. But Game of Thrones last week refused to participate in our fantasy, refused to give us a shot of feel-good and instead reminded us that this is not only a dark time, the people we are clinging to to save us from the madness are not necessarily going to do that. Which puts it back on us. And that’s what made last week’s episode so brilliant. At some point, amidst all the carnage, it must have dawned on some viewers that these monarchs were elected by no one and were, in the end, serving their own interests. That’s what those in power do. Give them a powerful military or a weapon that rains fire from the sky and they will use it to gain more power or to seek their revenge. To hell with the peon masses who now run for their lives. The images, which were straight out of Hiroshima and Dresden, were a reminder that the only time in history that nuclear weapons were unleashed on humanity (on civilians and children!) was done by the “good guys” — us! — the Best Nation on Earth! The Breaker of Chains! Take last week’s episode for what it was - art imitating life, a reflection of our miserable, inexcusable condition where we seem to hold no power, our lives at the mercy of wealth and white rulers with all their unearned privilege. And when the monarch turns out to not be the monarch what will The People do? Have we had it with the figurative and literal incest in the Leader’s chambers? Will we rise up?
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