What's a political season without a Michael Moore documentary? After trying with all his might to rally citizens against George W. Bush in 2004 with his scathing Fahrenheit 9/11 documentary, Moore returns this election with his latest, Slacker Uprising. But, what a difference four year makes. Whereas Fahrenheit 9/11 debuted in theaters (and swiftly became the highest-grossing documentary ever), Slacker Uprising will debut online...for free. In fact, it already has.
Moore's latest pic documents time on his 62-city trek across America, which included a myriad of college campuses which inspired Moore to craft Slacker Uprising around this election's new generation of voters. But word has it much of the film is concert based as well, with appearances by Eddie Vedder and Joan Baez. Whatever it is, it's free and can be viewed in its 97-minute entirety below. (Just don't expect anything great).
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