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    In Sicko, Michael Moore looks at the social insurance framework in the U.S. with the ones in different nations. The larger part of Americans can 't manage the cost of the restorative costs. A few individuals have been rejected by medical coverage organizations for ludicrous reasons, for example, being too thin and excessively fat. There are substantially more individuals who don 't advantage from the human services framework in the U.S. that the individuals who do. Along these lines, the U.S. government needs to give a free human services framework for these casualties; accordingly, I unequivocally bolster free all inclusive medicinal services in the United States. Free widespread social insurance will advantage and help a large number of…

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    “In Bowling for Columbine, how effectively do the persuasive techniques used by Michael Moore convey his intended meaning of the film” The persuasive techniques used by Michael Moore ensure that the film Bowling for Columbine’s (BFC) meaning is clearly conveyed. Moore has chosen to use three persuasive techniques, these being ethos, pathos and logos to effectively share and enhance the film 's message. BFC aims to inform the audience with a compelling argument as to why America’s gun control…

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    Michael Moore made the documentary Bowling for Combuline. In Moore’s documentary, he explores gun violence in America and the probable causes of it. One of the probable causes he addresses is the fear mongering used by the media. Moore also put a cartoon about the history of America which shows the relationship America has with guns. Within his documentary, he also gives different examples of gun violence in America. One example is, a shooting of a six-year-old in Flint, Michigan. In Bowling for…

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    think you’re an idiot and I have the statistics to back it up! I don’t really think this, but author/director Michal Moore probably does. There’s plenty of things you can say to defend yourself to refute this blunt, insulting statement. However, Michael Moore doesn’t really care. He doesn’t mean to make the most compelling argument; he just wants to incite you, make you think, and entertain. This is clear in almost all of his work including his book, Idiot Nation. In this, he discusses the…

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    This is part of a whole week dedicated to a genre in this case I am going to write about documentaries and to be more specific I am going to to focus of one of the most prominent and important filmmakers of this genre. His movies are controversial and at the same time they have raised more money than any other maker of this craft. He is may be an unorthodox director, but he knows how to get across the message he wants to display. This was the first movie this mogul of documentaries did.…

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    released in 2002, won several awards and was critically acclaimed. The director and star of the documentary, Michael Moore, travels across the country to confront the gun issues that the United States has. Mass shootings still affect us even today, with more and more happening every year. The topic of gun control has been a huge controversy these past few years. The…

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    Casey Hopkins Professor Kristen Hoggatt-Abader English 101 10/15/15 Title – Michael Moore is able to effectively convince his audience that capitalism is having a negative effect on America through his use of ethos, pathos, and logos. Through Michael Moore’s use of graphs and statistics, he is able to appeal to the viewer and tell them that Capitalism isn’t working for the United States. Moore points out that “Millions of people were thrown out of work, and the remaining workers were told…

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    In early 2000, the marches were so rare that to have a full blown concert was a huge draw of attention and attracted many bystanders who then joined the cause(RATMVEVO). After the concert gained enough support, Rage and the many bystanders stormed the NYSE, where the guards barred the doors shutting the NYSE down for the last two hours of the trading day(Rage against Wall Street). On January 26, 2000, Rage Against the Machine teamed up with political film director, Michael Moore, to film a…

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    Michael Moore is an American filmmaker who specializes in interactive/ audience participation documentaries. His films (including Fahrenheit 911 and Bowling for Columbine) revolve around America and controversial, topical issues. In his films we can see the Michael Moore has certain trademark styles that work for him by using manipulation of both the audience and his interviewees with tactics like his dress, interview style, sarcasm, dark humor and his ironic use of music. His tactics work for…

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    Cultural Criticism Essay on Michael Moore’s Documentary Capitalism, which is the apparent flaw of our own economy. Capitalism could possibly bring about America’s as well as many other capitalist countries downfall. There seems to be two categories in capitalism, the rich and the poor, those who work hard to make money and those who use their positions and wealth only to cheat money out of their workers and most of these being for the reason to make themselves more wealthy, that is basic…

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