Another warning that this is the first of six posts for today.  I lack the motivation to write one, and then everything else gets backed up until I get to that one I didn’t feel like writing about.  Enjoy the spam.

Movie Number- 78
Title– Capitalism: A Love Story (2009)
Genre– Documentary
Branden’s Rating– 9 out of 10
Bridgette’s Rating– N/A out of 10
Average Rating– 9
Netflix Rating– 5 Stars
Comments– Whether you agree with his views or not I imagine most would agree that Michael Moore knows how to make a good documentary (Bowling for Coumbine is one of the scariest documentaries I have ever seen, and one of the best).  Capitalism: A Love Story is no different.  Moore makes this documentary engaging, entertaining, and educational.  It is scary to think that some (or worst, all) of the facts that Moore brings up could be true, but what’s even worse is how we can do so little to stop the bad politicians.  Michael Moore presents his argument that capitalism is a highly flawed system well, and gives good examples of why this is true.  Again, whether or not you agree or disagree with him, I bet you’d find some good chuckles, and would do some thinking about the country we live in if you watched it.  I loved it and thought it was one of his best documentaries since Bowling for Columbine.  I hope to watch Sicko soon and get it on this list.  I guess I should also note that I am sucker for anything that centers around my hometown of Detroit, which Moore, like usual, brings up a lot.  Incredible.