The NRA is a good organization.
No group helps educate gun owners more, has more
gun safety classes of every kind, and promotes harsher
penalties for those who use or buy weapons illegally.
Bowling for Columbine is entertaining. It's a well done
Michael Moore opinion piece. Factual? Very questionable.
As with his other films, it is not hard to dissect it to find
the many flaws, and questionable expert testimony.
The infamous scene where he walks out w/a gun from
the bank. Staged. Didn't happen.
Charlton Heston who had Alzheimer's already when
filmed, was set up by Moore. Even those who don't like
Heston thought it was a cheap shot at old man who
Just check out the NRA website, if you also check out
Bowling for Columbine. Get some perspective from John
Lott, the writer and scholar. Check out the best selling
book from a couple of years ago: Michael Moore Is A
Big, Fat, Stupid White Man. He spliced together separate
tv ads to create what he presents as real ads, and does
so w/o telling the audience.
Moore does make interesting, controverisal, and entertaining opinion pieces. But, they are usually
far from documetaries, which must be 100% factual.