Slacker Uprising

Michael Moore’s latest film, Slacker Uprising is now available as a free download — US and Canada only unfortunately, although it’s reported to be available as a torrent at a certain pirate bay on the intertubes. The film is described as “a road trip documentary based on the 2004 film election about Michael Moore trying to inspire the youth of the nation.” Here’s the trailer:

… and a 10 minute chunk of the movie on YouTube.

23 Responses to “Slacker Uprising”

  1. urbangraffito says:

    If it’s so-called “free”, why only free to Americans and Canadians? The answer is simple. Moore is yet another celebrity attempting to sway the way people vote in both the U.S. and Canadian elections. What a pompous ass, and what a hypocrite. When did he become so transparent in his politics and world views, or were they always so? Do we really need Michael Moore’s guidance to make an informed decision? C’mon Moore, get back to making dinky, one-sided documentaries. Here’s an idea for a future film Michael Moore film: How I Jerked-Off The Obama Campaign And Made Millions Doing So… Imagine the rest of the world actually paying money for this shit…

  2. Bob Again says:

    watch out – he might make a movie about YOU! ouch, that could hurt.

  3. Rob says:

    Do you know who you are? You are what you is…

  4. Barry's Imaginary Publisher says:

    A quote from urbangraffito:

    What a pompous ass, and what a hypocrite. When did he become so transparent in his politics and world views, or were they always so? Do we really need Michael Moore’s guidance to make an informed decision? C’mon Moore, get back to making dinky, one-sided documentaries.

    Well, I’m going to respectfully disagree. The bulk of Moore’s work so far has been more than socially relevant — from Roger & Me through Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 911 and Sicko. Granted, his personal views dictate the storylines of any of these, but that’s his trademark really, and you know it going in. Plus: the guy’s funny!

  5. Bob Again says:

    A quote from Barry’s Imaginary Publisher:

    Plus: the guy’s funny!

    Now I must disagree, oh blogmeister. I would say he’s about as funny as a fart in church – to use a tired old expression. Afterall, he’s mainly preaching to the choir – to use another…

  6. Bob Again says:

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