rhh33672 wrote:Huh Oops! I crapped my pants.? When is Fat Michael Moore a true talented movie maker, all his movies are full of lies that were made into his truth, especially Bowling for Columbine. He used a sad situation and made into a hate for gun movie. He is fat POS and too bad that whole set include this not entertainment phony movie. I was going to buy it, but nah!
But why not? If the other movies mostly appeal to you, why not be more creative, rather than just tossing the baby out with the bathwater?
Use an X-Acto knife to carefully cut out the page for that DVD. Take said page, with DVD, to the local firing range, along with some sort of digital video camera -- there have been plenty here on Woot!, so surely you must have one by now -- and your firearm(s) of choice. Film a nice video explaining how you appreciate Michael Moore's exercising of his Constitutional 1st Amendment rights in expressing his opinion by creating his movie, and that you have been inspired to do the same, and also exercise your 2nd Amendment rights while you're at it. Show the audience at home your "target" for the day, set it up downrange, return to firing position, wait for the range to clear, and let the lead fly. Don't embarrass yourself by missing. Once ammo is expended and the range is safe, bring back your target, and show the end result, smiling to the camera. Maybe toss in another witty comment or two. Pack up and go home. Post the video to YouTube as an open letter to Michael Moore. Plunk down in front of the TV and DVD player, and enjoy the other 29 movies of varying quality in this package.
Just a thought to the folks who'd be buying this if it weren't for that one DVD. And, by the way, as noted elsewhere, Michael Moore's already gotten all the money he's going to from this, as these are closeouts. Whether it sells or not doesn't matter to his bank account, so don't get all bent out of shape thinking you're giving him another penny by buying this, because you aren't. Nor are you depriving him of a penny by not buying it.
And, to the folks who think Bowling For Columbine is great, skip all the above, and just enjoy all 30 feature presentations of varying quality in this package, including this informative documentary. It's a pretty good set and a heck of a deal, either way!