Michael Moore's Jesus Camp
Ann Coulter has far better documentation than Moore's mockumentary distortions. And she actually lives by what she preaches, unlike Moore who has a considerable stock portfolio while denouncing the stockmarket, treats his staff poorly while making films about the way corportations treat their staff, and in general denounces the country that made his own great wealth possible.
---Ktisophilos on 1/21/08|
Michael Moore did not make 'Jesus Camp.' Michael Moore is to the left what Ann Coulter is to the right, both are loony tunes.
Jesus Camp is about a fundamentalist training camp for Kids in North Dakota.
---MikeM on 1/16/08|
Moore is a proven perverter of the truth with the dishonest way he splices footage together. One of his latest is hero worship of Castro's Cuba, but he didn't visit the many political prisoners or interview the many who risked their lives to escape to Florida.
He is also a rank hypocrite, pretending to be a man of the people while he lives in luxury and treats many of his staff like dirt (see "Do as I Say (Not as I Do): Profiles in Liberal Hypocrisy" by Peter Schweizer).
---Ktisophilos on 1/15/08|
CORRECTION: Michael Moore has not made a film called "Jesus Camp." He is having a film festival right now where the film "Camp Jesus" was supposed to be shown, but it was pulled by the producers from the line-up.
---Madison1101 on 12/4/07|
I would go see it. I saw Michael Moore when he spoke at Temple University in Philadelphia during the presidential campaign in 2004.
---Madison1101 on 5/15/07|
Not sure if Moore showed the film or not, but if the preview of the movie is any indication , it's gonna be intense! The homepage for the film gives a better idea of what we can expect when it starts playing in theaters. I was raised Christian and have raised my children to be Christian as well. Its time for us to spread our message and unite and that looks like what the movie is going to be about.
---Transformer22 on 8/31/06|
I did a search for this movie ("Jesus Camp" + "Movie") and found a NY Times review which seems to be very objective and fair. Shock!
I personally find the use of "Jesus" as an adjective--or any other way than a proper noun--offensive.
---Jack on 8/7/06|
Michael Moore did not produce the movie, he had nothing to do with it being made. He was going to show it at his film festival. I am not sure if he did or not. The people who made the movie did not want the movie shown at his film festival because they were afraid that having the film associated with Michael Moore would discourage conservatives from viewing it. He had nothing to do with the actual film. He just showed it at his festival.
---Madison1101 on 8/6/06|
If it is shown on T.V. in U.K. I will watch it, not necessarily to the end - it will depend on what he does with the subject as to whether I continue to watch. Born-again Christians have obviously agreed to take part in this so I would be interested to see just what approach he takes and how they respond.
---emg on 8/6/06|
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