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age 13+

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age 17+
Important messages and themes in Moore's first feature.
age 12+


watched this in class. Was good, and there is a "graphic" scene depicting a rabbit that my classmates had a "negative" reaction to that scene. People are too sensitive. Anyways good movie, 12+.

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Great messages
Great role models
age 11+

Generally tame documentary has some violence and swearing.

Moore's debut documentary focuses on the economic downfall of Flint, Michigan due to the closing of several General Motors plants. The movie's R rating is completely superfluous. There is occasional language including "b**ch", and "motherf***er" and some mild sexual references. There is also a reference to a shooting, and a rabbit is skinned. People are seen being evicted from their homes too. This is a film better suited for older tweens and teens.

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Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much consumerism
age 10+

A Great Film Dealing With Moral Issues

I watched Roger and Me last night and I agree with the statement it makes. My mother sat me down and told me to watch the movie with her- and it is a perfect expression of how someone who acts selfishly can hurt a lot of people. There is a bit of violence. But Moore uses it to prove his point. The message of this film is clear, and correct. It isn't fair for some people to value themselves above others. Roger Smith fired thousands of people so that his company could make more money. And yes, this is how bussiness works. That's what he was supposed to do. But the entire point here is that doesn't make it right.

This title has:

Great messages