Emad Burnat texted Michael Moore for help.
And calls it a "21st century chick flick."
It would be quirky!
"No settlement. No interest in one."
Over 'Fahrenheit 9/11' profits.
We doubt they've had their eyes on 'Twilight' this year.
Calls this year's Oscar winner "lazy."
Plus: Michael Moore takes on lazy liberals.
"What the hell is Wallace Shawn doing here?"
"It's sprawling, scattershot, sniggery, and, in one instance, exploitative. It's brazenly one-sided. But ..."
Good thing Ford is sponsoring Jay's show and not GM!
Plus: The Smurfs movie to have a director.
Moore's upcoming economic-meltdown doc gets an interactive trailer.
Plus: Stan Lee's gay-superhero show is a go!
From Tim Robbins to Michael Moore to Steven Seagal, the movies that would make Karl Marx vote McCain.
Plus: Another hater picked for R. Kelly's jury, and the L.A. 'Times' hates on 'Bright Shiny Morning.'
Last night’s Gotham Awards ceremony, held for the first time in Brooklyn, at Steiner Studios’ massive Stage 3, provided an entertainingly schizophrenic picture of the indie film world.
Because nothing says "animated children's film" quite like "negative Utopia."
"[I] will be happy to debate DeLay in whatever prison he ultimately relocates to and allow ABC to cover that debate." —Michael Moore's response to Tom DeLay, who called him "chicken" for canceling their debate [Variety]
Michael Moore's Sicko debuted today at Loew's Lincoln Square, and Vulture was on the scene. The crowd in attendance was diverse, as were the people who refused to answer our questions.
Download Sicko? Or pay $11 at Lincoln Plaza? Today, that's the decision you have to make, as Michael Moore's doc opens in New York exclusively (and streams online, not exclusively at all). The Weinstein Co. has predictably lawyered-up, while Moore seems to be wrestling with his feelings. We suggest that he — and anyone who's on the fence — watch the excellent doc Good Copy, Bad Copy.