Michael Moore's 'Where to Invade Next' to Open in December/January

October 23, 2015

Where to Invade Next

He's back! This is the year Michael Moore returns with a new documentary, titled Where to Invade Next, another look at some of America's problems. The doc just premiered at the Toronto and New York Film Festivals, receiving rave reviews from critics the world over. We also announced last month that a brand new indie distributor will be releasing the doc. Tom Quinn, Jason Janego and Tim League announced today that they will be releasing Michael Moore's new "comedy" Where To Invade Next in New York and Los Angeles starting on December 23rd‪, followed by a nationwide opening on January 15th via their "new, clandestine and as-yet-unnamed distribution label". I highly recommend seeing this doc when it's playing.

"Where to Invade Next is Michael Moore's most dangerous and subversive film yet. It's the perfect crowd pleaser for what's shaping up to be a historic and exciting holiday season at the movies," said the team of Quinn, Janego and League. The documentary follows Moore around Europe as he plays the "Invader", visiting different nations to learn how the U.S. could improve its own prospects. "Turns out the solutions to America's most entrenched problems already existed in the world - they're just waiting to be co-opted." It's such a fun, but also invigorating, infuriating and still surprisingly optimistic documentary about opening our eyes to the rest of the world. Hopefully this release will make sure the most people get a chance to see it.

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  • Higgens
    Im sure it will be honest and unbiased.
    • TheOct8pus
      I sense some sarcasm....hehehe....
      • Higgens
    • Dilbert Durand
      U.S. MSM all read off the same hymn sheet and that's never biased is it?
      • Higgens
        Of course not.
  • TXSteadyEddie
    Michael Moore is putz and a pretend Progressive that only cares about money. Sadly this film may make more than the latest Fantastic Four installment.
  • I dont like MM. He's extremely hypocritical and plain rude. Which is a shame because he does always raise some good points. But it just doesn't feel honest. I mean a dude that's making a movie about obesity and look at the (forgive me) fat twat. Just can't take him seriously.
    • Dilbert Durand
      Yet you'd take MSM seriously i assume?
    I also am not a fan of Moore. He has just gotten more and more radical the last decade.




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