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  1. D Rhino's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    All other kids with the pumped up kicks. You'd bettet run,better run,out run my gun. All other kids with the pumped up kicks. You'd bettet run,better run,faster than my bullet.

  2. Levi Miah's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    Still they haven't learned. Did they watch this? Not only still relevant but 15 years on, American society has proven Michael Moore's claims about it to be true.

  3. mysteriousgirlno2's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    Michael Moore sê a minha bolinha de bowling pa eu poder beijar vc antes de o atirar para uma data de pinos fazendo um strike limpinho (os pinos são os republicanos)

  4. FISCHER's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    D'une régulière et cruelle actualité. Incontournable ! www.cinefiches.com

  5. That Geek With The Clip-Ons's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    As a propaganda film it's easily 5 stars, but this tries to pass itself off as a documentary. There are many misinformed things that I couldn't begin to go into on here (footage of Charleton Heston is taken from various sources, not just one as presented here). For some in depth information look up the article Bowling Truths by Dave Kopel.

  6. Daniel S.'s rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    Charlton Heston's performance was embarrassing to say the least.

  7. gld48's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    It is a glorious time to be an American.

  8. uenus's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

  9. ñiñiñi's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

  10. James Mackin's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    I kinda hate Michael Moore, but this is maybe the best of his documentaries that I have seen.

  11. Jim Fear's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    Americans and their guns.

  12. Daniel Iván's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    Impeccable narrative for a biased analysis. Kind of over simplified view on the modern wild-west America.

  13. Gustavo Razera's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    A study on fear, a portrait of a society conditioned to be paranoid by its own government and media. Particularly unsettling because Moore confronts us more with questions than easy answers. "Fear thy neighbor, love thy gun."

  14. Kelsey Hill's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

  15. caitlin.f's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

  16. Alexander Dunkelberger's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    It’s surprising that a film made over a decade ago can be so deadly relevant to today. Mass shootings, political lies, corruption in the news, fear mongering, racial profiling, a culture and history of violence. This could have come out now and been just as reflective of the state of the society we live in. It’s amazing that this movie was made with the humor, truth, conviction, and sheer balls that it was made with.

  17. Nicolás Mauricio Bello's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    Triste y dura realidad estadounidense.

  18. cristatus's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    This film has no closed captions, so is not accessible to deaf or hard of hearing people.

  19. Sprungler's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    A great artistic and humane take on the American fearful and paranoid history and culture

  20. Huw Morgan's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

  21. India Dickinson's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    scary. informative. and an interesting watch

  22. Jude Marcella's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    really really atmospheric and transportational

  23. CutTheBlueWire's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    A deeply cynical and insightful look into America's relationship with guns, held back from true greatness by Moore's sensationalist style of interview.

  24. Erika Jane's rating of the film Bowling for Columbine

    An insightful examination of Americans relationship with guns. I found Micheal Moore's style of interviewing unhelpful in its aggressive and sesational tone, but this film has merit in asking important questions about gun culture and demanding a response.

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