Love him or hate him, all Michael Moore really wants to do is expose the truth. Sure, his films can be a little (ok, very) one-sided but that doesn't mean we can't appreciate them for what they are.
The reviews are already starting to pour in on his newest film, Capitalism: A Love Story.
Variety says, "By returning to his roots, professional gadfly Michael Moore turns in one of his best films with "Capitalism: A Love Story." Pic's target is less capitalism qua capitalism than the banking industry, which Moore skewers ruthlessly, explaining last year's economic meltdown in terms a sixth-grader could understand."
Time reviewer Mary Corliss said the movie is not opera so much as "impassioned journalism — a broadside fired at the good ship Free Enterprise, with the hope of altering its course, and dislodging the pirates who have seized it."
Moore will open the film on September 23rd in New York and Los Angeles and on October 2nd everywhere else.