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  • Actors: Michael Moore, Charlton Heston, Marilyn Manson, Elaine Bly, Dan Burns
  • Directors: Michael Moore
  • Writers: Michael Moore
  • Producers: Charles Bishop, Charlie Siskel, Chris Aldred, David Mortimer, Dianne Griffin
  • Format: Box set, Color, Limited Edition, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Unknown)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
  • DVD Release Date: October 5, 2004
  • Run Time: 225 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002RQ2Q2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #129,626 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Michael Moore Limited Edition DVD Collector's Set (Bowling for Columbine / The Big One)" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Includes:
  • Bowling for Columbine (Special Edition)
  • Exclusive Michael Moore interview on his Oscar win & acceptance speech
  • Personal introduction by Michael Moore
  • Commentary by receptionists and interns
  • "Return to Denver/Littleton" featurette
  • Interview with Michael Moore by former press secretary Joe Lockart
  • Teacher's guide
  • Segment from Awful Truth II: Corporate Cops
  • Michael Moore's "Action Guide"
  • Film festival scrapbook: Michael in Cannes, Toronto & London
  • "The Charlie Rose Show" with Michael Moore
  • Marilyn Manson's "Fight Song" music video
  • Photo gallery
  • Original theatrical trailer
  • The Big One
  • Bonus disc: "39 Cities in 23 Days," a look at the book tour for Dude, Where's My Country?

Editorial Reviews

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The Michael Moore Limited Edition DVD Collector's Set collects two of his landmark documentaries as well as a bonus disc of footage from the tour promoting his 2003 book Dude, Where's My Country? Bowling for Columbine (2002) tackles a meaty subject: gun control. Moore skillfully lays out arguments surrounding the issue and short-circuits them all, leaving one impossible question: why do Americans kill each other more often than people in any other democratic nation? Moore focuses his quest around the shootings at Columbine High School and the shooting of one 6-year-old by another near his own hometown of Flint, Michigan. By approaching the headquarters of K-Mart (where the Columbine shooters bought their ammo) and going to Charlton Heston's own home, Moore demands accountability from the forces that support unrestricted gun sales in the U.S. His arguments are conducted with the humor and empathy that have made Moore more than just a gadfly; he's become a genuine voice of reason in a world driven by fear and greed. The two-disc special edition included here is officially out of print and not available separately. Its features include an updated voice-over introduction from Michael Moore on the first disc, as well as a direct-to-camera talk on the second disc in which he discussed reactions to the film, and his reaction to winning an Oscar (he had to recite his celebrated acceptance speech because the Academy refused permission for him to show a clip, and he offered his take on who was booing whom). Other extras are an enthusiastic commentary track by Moore's former receptionists and interns; good, thoughtful, funny, and provocative interviews with ex-Clinton Press Secretary Joe Lockhart and with film critic Charlie Rose; and a moving return to Littleton, Colorado--home of Columbine High School--to find out what local people thought of the documentary.

A brazen mixture of stand-up comedy, political commentary, CEO confrontations, and shenanigans with Random House tour escorts, The Big One (1997) follows Moore's book tour to promote Downsize This. In cities like Des Moines, Minneapolis, St. Louis, and Portland, Moore's lighthearted-sounding but deeply biting humor speaking before bookstore patrons is juxtaposed with painful-to-watch confrontations with security personnel at companies such as Procter & Gamble and PayDay. Moore speaks clandestinely with Borders employees organizing a union; a woman laid off from Ford attends Moore's Rockford, Illinois, bookstore visit the same day. Though slow in spots, frustrating if not depressing in others, it's intensely funny the rest of the time. The Big One is fundamental viewing.

On the bonus disc is a 13-minute featurette, "39 Cities in 23 Days." On the tour for his book Dude, Where's My Country?, Moore enthralls and amuses enthusiastic college crowds with points about the Bush-Saudi connections, voting machines, and "weapons of mass balloonery."

Customer Reviews

No, the responsibility lies solely with the Bush administration.
Lecturersbooks
Moore's work is always stuff which leaves you happy, thoughful and full of will to make a positive change.
Gen Res
I wanted this movie for my collection, so of course I am happy to have it!
Laurie Shentalevenn

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 47 people found the following review helpful By George Black on October 16, 2004
Format: DVD
Leather Wing would only buy this if he ran out of toilet paper, because, you know, a dvd makes good toilet paper (maybe it's why he's so grumpy).

I would suggest purchasing it and watching it. Michael Moore may be more to the left than some, but god, hasn't anyone ever considered watching everything with a speculative eye? It's less biased than the news is - he reports, you decide, and most of it is things that should have been covered by the news in some fashion, but weren't.

Michael Moore is far more honest than the Republican talking heads (Rush, Coulter, Hannity). Watch, enjoy, investigate further.
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25 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Gen Res on October 22, 2004
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Being a huge fine of MM like I am, I just bought this package on a whim. I was not disappointed. The package has "The Big One", "Bowling For Columbine", and a separate DVD about "Dude, Where's My Country" tour that he did last year.

The Bowling for Columbine DVD has 4 hours of extras including his Oscar acceptance speech and interviews. In the separate DVD, MM talks about how we need representation in our congress - like if there are 10% Greens(Independants, democrats, etc) in the U.S. - there should be 10% Greens in congress, he also talks about looking at other media sources besides the U.S. to find out what's actually going on here because our media doesn't tell us or ask the questions that they should.

Bowling for Columbine is about gun control and The Big One is about corporate downsizing and greed. Moore's work is always stuff which leaves you happy, thoughful and full of will to make a positive change. You will learn a lot!
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32 of 41 people found the following review helpful By mrfatpockets on September 28, 2004
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I dont think anyone wants to know your opinon on the man just rate the movie. If you have something to say to him or about him go to his web site, this is not the place.

Now i think all his films are very informative if you look at them through objective eyes. I know more now about these topics (ex: the war on Iraq) than before i saw his movies. If you hate these movies just ask yourself, "Is this the truth or more true that what you get from FOX news or ABC?"
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48 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Delicious on September 25, 2004
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It's so silly how Michael Moore is criticized purely based on what trashy Fox News watchers see on TV. They claim that his works are fictious anti american jabble, when in reality he encourages people to pirate the movie & then goes on tour giving speeches full of well researched facts FOR FREE. Clearly, this man is doing it all for the money.

If his words are so insincere, why has the president not sued him for slander?

And why can't anyone slamming the movie ever make any specific reference? It's always a general statement about michael moore being one explictive or another, and never about something he actually says. Could it be, maybe, that they don't even know why they hate him?
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29 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Jack D. Martin on September 30, 2004
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Michael Moore's film "Bowling for Columbine" was incisive and thought provoking. As usual, Moore draws no specific conlusions from the facts he presents. He allows the viewer to draw their own conclusions. Moore's presentation of hard, cold facts may be unpleasant for those that prefer a system of blind faith over rationalism. Those individual's that adhere to principles of honest, open, and rational discourse will find any film (or book) by Moore to be interesting introductory material to any social, economic, or political issue of contemporary importance. Moore has delivered another brilliant analysis of the crises facing the citizens of the United States.
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28 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Lecturersbooks on September 19, 2004
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Michael Moore produces books and films that try to show what is actually happening in society. The USA seems dominated by idiots such as M.Sturdivant, who think George Bush is some kind of god. Wake up and smell the coffee guy! What about the budget deficit? How many soldiers are dying daily in IRAQ? Is any of this the fault of Kerry or Michael Moore? No, the responsibility lies solely with the Bush administration. You really need to watch F911 and actually learn something about the way you are manipulated.
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Sadly the truth is quite funny. Strange how America won't change gun laws despite amounts of deaths. Watch the begal who shot owner as they placed gun on poor dogs back. Weird sign for bank in America you get free gun.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Liz Vitez on December 23, 2011
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Capitalism: A Love StorySicko (Special Edition)Fahrenheit 9/11Here Comes Trouble: Stories from My Life You either hate him or love him, there is not much between...Unless you happened to reside under some huge stone and never heard of him..I happened to love and admire Michael for standing almost alone in the American wilderness with feelings for his fellow Americans. He has his head and heart in the right place and his priorities right. It's such a shame that in this country these values are not important any more; money, greed and profit driven Corporations rule the land. Perhaps if more people would tear themselves away from chasing dollars and sit down to watch Moore's excellent documentaries or read his new book of his life, we could start changing the world, make it to be a decent, better place to live in :))
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