The dangers of firearms in the documentary film bowling for columbine by michael moore
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Powell mentions that he literally sleeps with a gun, loaded in all its glory, and Moore asks for proof that he does. I'm not waiting for that day. And further on, maybe they will realize that not everyone who owns those guns should have the right to own them. Even the militia types will say that they know that for every people who see the movie, 99 will hate them, but one will love them. Imagine the production hours that went into timing and pulling off that ambush, with so little chance of it yielding anything satisfying. In a conservative estimate, the Washington Post recently determined that, beginning with the Columbine massacre, nearly two hundred thousand students attending at least primary or secondary schools have experienced a shooting on campus. Just as plopping my camera down in Flint, within a two hour radius, you find Charlton Heston; Eric Harris, who grew up there; the Nichols brothers, from the Oklahoma City bombing; and the Michigan Militia. It sort of puts it all together, has different clips throughout the movies, as — throughout your movie, as trailers do.
A parent of one of the deceased in the tragedy brings up a valid point that these automatic guns were obviously not purchased in the use of hunting—no automatic gun is necessary to take down a deer, and are unnecessary to be purchased by any means of recreation.
Are you kidding? Bowling for Columbine is his latest film. She greeted us and told the boys that she hoped that they were shoppers at Kmart, told the one boy who was still standing that she was glad that he was able to stand. I'm not waiting for that day.
If I were just making a political statement, I'd run for office, and if I were giving a sermon, I'd be a preacher. Right now, the people of Greater Washington, DC area, Maryland, Virginia, are being terrorized by a sniper on the loose. That's why we talk so loud, slams the toilet seat down when we put it down.
You know, Credo? Moore also shows clips of war, shootings, and people getting harmed in order to get his point across.
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