Michael Moore DVD Collector's Set (Bowling for Columbine / The Big One / 39 Cities in 23 Days) (3-DVD) R

Michael Moore DVD Collector's Set (Bowling for
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DVD Features:

  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Rated: R
  • Run Time: 3 hours, 45 minutes
  • Video: Color
  • Released: October 12, 2004
  • Originally Released: 2003
  • Label: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
  • 3-Disc Set
  • Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
  • Collectors Edition

Disc 1: BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE

  • Audio:
    • (unspecified) - English
  • Additional Release Material:
    • Music Video: Marilyn Manson -FIGHT SONG
    • Introduction: Michael Moore - Director
    • Production Interviews: Michael Moore - Director (2)
    • Trailers: Original Theatrical Trailer
    • Audio Commentary: Various Receptionists and Interns
    • Shorts:
      1. "Return to Denver/Littleton" - Michael Moore
      2. "Corporate Cops" - Excerpt from THE AWFUL TRUTH
      3. CHARLIE ROSE SHOW - 10/8/2002
  • Text/Photo Galleries:
    • Stills/Photos: Film Festival Scrapbook: Michael in Cannes, Toronto & London
  • Additional Products:
    • Booklet - Teacher's Guide

Disc 2: THE BIG ONE

  • Audio:
    • (unspecified - English)
  • Additional Release Material:
    • Trailers: Original Theatrical Trailer

Disc 3: 39 CITIES IN 23 DAYS

  • Audio:
    • (unspecified) - English

Performers, Cast and Crew:

Directed by

Entertainment Reviews:

Product Description:

Michael Moore presents a compilation of two documentaries, described separately below:

BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE (2002) - Filmmaker and leftist activist Michael Moore asks some serious questions as he probes the depths of America's trigger-happy gun culture in his insightful and amusing documentary, BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE. Guns in America are used to kill an average of more than 11,000 people per year. This death toll is obscenely out of balance with other first world countries, which generally average a total in double digits. Experts and analysts have pointed to America's bloody history as a reason, but how does that explain the lower murder rate in Germany' Violent entertainment has also been fingered, but how does this account for staggeringly low numbers in Japan, home of the most violent entertainment video games on the market' Moore's trademark comedic tone is razor-sharp as his quest leads him everywhere from Littleton Colorado's Columbine High School to the home of NRA President Charlton Heston. Moore, oddly enough a lifetime NRA member, makes his main target the news media, but also fires away at inefficient welfare programs, Dick Clark, and Kmart. The latter is even compelled to make a major policy change in their stores due to one of Moore's confrontational stunts. This exploration into America's obsession with guns is disarmingly humorous, but Moore also asks challenging questions and fearlessly seeks responsible parties, making the film an effective call for more social awareness as well.

THE BIG ONE (1997) - Another of Moore's subversive journeys in search of an answer to this question: at a time when corporations are posting record profits, why are so many Americans still in danger of losing their jobs' Searching America's heartland, armed only with a camera, a biting sense of humor and sympathy for the American worker, Moore embarks on a one-man campaign to persuade Fortune 500 companies to consider their downsizing decisions. At last, Moore comes upon one high-profile CEO willing to talk...but the meeting doesn't go exactly the way either had planned.

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  • UPC: 027616917454
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