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Following on the heels of his Palm d'Or winning Fahrenheit 9/11 and his Oscar winning film Bowling for Columbine, acclaimed filmmaker Michael Moore's new documentary sets out to investigate the American healthcare system. Sticking to his tried-and-true one-man approach, Moore sheds light on the complicated medical affairs of individuals and local communities.
Really gives you some perspective on the world. And on how America treats its citizens.Published 1 day ago by Jordyn A.
Michael Moore is at his finest here. Where earlier movies had too much of him in it- and skewed facts- Sicko lets the facts speak for themselves, while still keeping his humorous... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Jake McGee
THis documentary is an eye opener and I really like the fact the it exposes the truth about our health care system. For so long I thought we were at the top of our game.Published 13 days ago by Valerie Johnson
A good film on the shortcomings of the health care system in the United States. However, his solutions to the problems via government run health care, like found in Cuba, were... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Clay Romero
I Liked it, but it is Mr Moores style to Shock, which isn't always bad.Published 28 days ago by ernest clayton
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|Want Universal health care in America? Then Support Kucinich.||
The United States is the richest Third World Nation on the planet. How embarrassing that we rate so low in health care for our citizens. Kucinich absolutely has the right idea with HR 676...and Michael Moore endorses it! Time to make it happen!
Oct 14, 2007 by M. A. Butler | See all 20 posts
|What comes to YOUR mind when you think of Moore?||
"bum" or "jerk"...until I saw Sicko. I thought it would be another 'grasping at straws' rant...was I wrong. Well done, riveting, and evocative...managed to push all the buttons subtly. I couldn't turn away from it...burned lunch, put off swimming on a 90 degree day. Perhaps... Read More
Jul 18, 2008 by D. P. Jestic | See all 5 posts
|Insurance industry whistleblowers--l... blood money fuels record profits||
The health care industry in America is a joke. I should know, I was denied coverage more than once for necessary medical care. I got so mad at Blue Cross for denying me the 2nd time that I dropped them soon after I got their rejection letter & just started paying out of my own pocket. ... Read More
Apr 28, 2010 by Lone Wolf | See all 2 posts
|Michael Moore was on Oprah to discuss Healthcare||
A society cannot call itself civilized if it allows any of it's citizens to die because they cannot pay for medical treatment; even the hated communist regimes recognize that! It's all down to profit. It should be like the Fire department or Police, A SERVICE paid through taxes. That's how it... Read More
Aug 13, 2008 by Leonard T. Fisk | See all 3 posts
I would like to know this too. At first I thought it might be "Beam" by Hans Zimmer, but it isn't ("Beam" is on the movie soundtrack to The Thin Red Line, which I've just been listening to.) Hopefully someone will recognise it and let us know!
All the best,
Dec 6, 2007 by A. J. Cull | See all 7 posts
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