......This Michael (Wilson) has his bias, Michael Moore does too. Think for yourself, people. See both films & draw your conclusions. I saw Michael Moore on TV shortly after Fahrenheit 9-1-1 was released & he admitted his bias against Bush. As I recall he commented that some reporter complimented him on a balanced treatment of the Bush administration and he cracked a bit and said no, he was definitely skewed against George W.
......Michael Moore picks & chooses his footage to make his arguments, perhaps even unfairly to a degree. So does Michael Wilson. Despite the title, I think Wilson tried to do a fair job on the opposite side. Michael Moore does not hate America or himself. Maybe he should have granted Wilson an interview, maybe not. I debated buying & watching this DVD with myself, thinking along the line of maybe I should "know the enemy" so to speak. At the end all I can say is I am still closer in my personal beliefs to Moore than Wilson. I am not fool enough to swallow everything whole that either want to espouse.
.......As a Canadian, ex-patriate American I love both countries & each has it's good & bad. Moore perhaps over espoused the greatness of certain aspects of the Canadian (and Cuban) medical system. He should perhaps remember the line (from Bowser & Blue) that the medical system is rather like a hospital gown : You Only Think You're Covered.
.......Neither film maker is likely to convert the other's followers. If you like Moore you will likely watch this film & cringe at the bias, If you like Wilson (and dislike Moore) you will nod your head in agreement. One reviewer commented negatively on Al Franken & his books. Just remember none of these people are total experts or the final authority. Think for yourself, some would say that's a bad habit, but do it anyway.
.......3 and a half stars, worth watching.