Where to Invade Next [Blu-ray] [2015]

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  • Release Date: 05/10/2016
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    99% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (56 out of 57)

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    Where to Invade Next
    Documentarian Michael Moore heads overseas to investigate the quality of life in a variety of European nations, and examines different approaches to issues such as prison systems, health-care infrastructure, and education that could be adopted by the United States. Where to Invade Next premiered at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. ~ Daniel Gelb, Rovi

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    • Michael Moore
      Michael Moore



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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      His best documentary yet!

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      Linda
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      I first saw this movie in the theater and was very moved and impressed by it because Moore focuses on the key issues in our country today in an honest and open way. He was able to shine a light on these problems in a non-defensive and humorous, at times, manner that makes it easier for us to look at ourselves more honestly. To those who hold opposing views of how best to improve this country, he reminds us through examples that a fundamental principle of democracy intends that no one person or group unilaterally determines how things will be done for the whole. It's a shared responsibility that involves compromise. True compromise means everyone gives up something in negotiating the solution(s). When negotiations are done in good faith on all sides, there is no winner or loser. Moore tries to illuminate areas in which we've ignored the needs of certain groups consistently not allowing them to participate equally in the decision-making process, and how that heavily contributes to the quality of life we are all experiencing today. I would recommend watching it with an open mind...what have you got to lose!

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      A Different Michael Moore

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      Eurogerv
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      Michael Moore is a pretty divisive figure, even among people who generally agree with him, because he often comes across as smug, or preachy, or whathaveyou. For those who have seen his other films, you may notice that, especially in the last few, Michael Moore had gotten rather cynical and angry. But Mike's latest documentary, Where to Invade Next, shows a much lighter, and hopeful Moore. With optimism and humor, this movie and its director/narrator paint a vivid picture of what we as Americans could do and could be, if we could just get our collective head out of our rear. Like the rest of Moore's films, this is much more likely to appeal to liberals than to conservatives, but I would say that this movie is less divisive along political lines than his usual fare.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Really outs things in perspective

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      Jin23
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      Great movie, really puts things in perspective to what systems other countries use and how it positively effects their economy. Ultimately I was left with anger and resentment wishing that I could move to another country, lol. But I found it to be very enlightening, informative and educational while giving a great all around perspective about what we consider the american dream that other countries have successfully implemented and how for some reason we (the u.s) can't seem to deliver for some reason. I would definitely recommend this film. I personally think the best Michael Moore film in a loooong time.

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Moore Continues his Crusade For Truth

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      ZiwEeg
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      Less theatrical than other offerings from Flint's native son, this film is more informative and grounded than some of his other works. He points the finger of blame for our problems back at us, once again, rather than looking to others to blame. Plus showing that we once HAD the answers. The solutions having been adopted by other nations. Thus, Mr. Moore redefines the meaning of invade and WHY we should "invade" the countries in which he lands

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Michael Moore's Best to date

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      MrMedia
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      "Where to Invade Next " is not only educational and hilarious,it is the best hour and a half I have spent in months.I have seen all of Michael's films. Everyone should see this documentary. In these days before the election, he has found ideas from around the world that the USA needs to incorporate. I want to see our politicians and educators adopt them. Best Buy was the only place I could find it.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Not As Strident as Expected

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      Nesta
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      Every movie director manipulated their audience - it is a contract we sign when we agree to watch a movie. Michael Moore has a reputation as an opinionated documentary maker, but this movie was surprisingly funny and informative. Not as one sided as expected, or even anti-American, this should be seen by more than the faithful. Who knows, you might even learn something.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Excellent! Michael Moore does it again!

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      MovieMan
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      This movie really is an eye opening experience seeing as how so many other countries around the world make surpass the US when it comes to healthcare, education, food for our kids, & employment with benefits. Just goes to show u sometimes being in the greatest country in the world isn't the greatest thing in the world! I would definitely recommend you watch this movie!

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Interesting look at how the rest of the world live

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      JayZ
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      Michael Moore travels the world looking for Best Known Methods to bring back to the US. In France he sees school lunches radically different from what is served in The US. In Iceland he sees how the partipcation of women in business and government makes for a better country. From Finland he finds way he US prison system could be improved.

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