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Where to Invade Next

Where to Invade Next is a movie starring Michael Moore, Johnny Fancelli, and Christina Fancelli. To learn what the USA can learn from other nations, Michael Moore playfully "invades" them to see what they have to offer.

Other Titles
O Invasor Americano, Le'an niflosh akhshav?, Koga napasti zdaj, Where To Invade Next, Koga sledećeg napasti, Πού να κάνετε την επόμενη εισβολή, E Agora Invadimos o Quê?, Invadiendo el mundo, マイケル・ムーアの世界侵略のススメ, Şimdi Nereyi İşgal Edelim?, ¿Qué invadimos ahora?, 插旗攻城市
Running Time
2 hours
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Comedy, Documentary
Director
Michael Moore
Writer
Michael Moore
Actors
Lorena Lardini, Christina Fancelli, Michael Moore, Johnny Fancelli
Country
USA
Year
2015
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

To learn what the USA can learn from other nations, Michael Moore playfully "invades" them to see what they have to offer.

Comments about comedy «Where to Invade Next» (20)

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Craig Jordan

I really liked this movie. It was a hilarious take on Hollywood, in which everybody gets a good story, and is played for laughs. With the amount of movies that have been made in the last 20 years, I was glad to see a comedy that had the right balance of comedy and drama. It was great to see how many people got their story straight. Also, it was a great opportunity to see how the different companies view Hollywood. I recommend it to anyone who likes to laugh.

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Lawrence O.

The film was well researched and presented, the subjects it interviewed were well-rounded and varied. I would have liked to see more on the social impact of homelessness and on the politics of homelessness, the economic impact of homelessness, and the factors that influence homelessness. More in-depth interviews would have been helpful and I'd have liked to hear more from the people who were working in the field of homelessness and how the two groups of people interacted. It was a really interesting film, and it is a great opportunity to show the challenges that people face on a daily basis and to educate people on the topics of homelessness and human rights. The problem with this film was that it felt like it was not well-rounded enough. I liked the idea of making this a film about homeless people and their problems, but that's not what it was. There were a few "add-ons" in the film, like the one about the director and his dog, that added little to the overall storyline. The reason this is a good film is because it educates people on the realities of homelessness and the issues that affect the homeless, but it doesn't teach people to be good people.

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Andrew V.

Anyone who knows who was the first to discover the story of the 1969 trip to the Moon will probably find this very entertaining and interesting. Those who have only seen the original in a high school physics class will probably be disappointed by the movie's portrayal of the Apollo missions. I thought this was a great movie for a history lesson and one that can be watched again and again. While I can't say I'm a huge fan of NASA, I can say that the whole thing was just very interesting and very entertaining. I can't believe this has taken the place of the original for so many people. I found it very educational and very entertaining.

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Nancy Gordon

As you know by now, I am an avid fan of all of the films and especially those in the English speaking world. I was somewhat nervous about watching this documentary about the English speaking world, given that the subject is so politically charged. However, I was pleasantly surprised. Although the subjects were interesting, the film was focused more on what happens in Britain and France, where most of the documentaries were shot. This was probably due to the fact that most of the interviews were with French citizens, and it is generally more interesting to hear their perspectives. I believe that this is a good balance, as people from both countries have different perspectives and I would have liked to hear more from the Americans and the French. Also, I would have liked to hear more about how the film ended. I did not find out what happened to the film, and was very surprised to find out that the film was over. I was so relieved, but it was disappointing to know that it was over. I will be curious to see what the documentary will be like after it is released on DVD, as I think it could be very interesting to hear what people think about this film. However, it is only the first of three. The other two are "The American President" and "Freedom Fighters".

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Maria Watson

This is a documentary that attempts to tell the history of the United States invasion of Panama. It does so in a series of clips from a variety of documentaries about the Panama invasion, and then presents a comprehensive view of the events that led to the invasion. It does this in a way that is both fascinating and even amusing. The documentary itself is actually pretty good. The footage it uses is amazing. The sound quality is actually quite good, and the overall presentation of the footage is generally well done. However, it also seems to be in need of some editing, as it would have been nice to have had a few more editing options. As a documentary, this is actually pretty good. It has a couple of problems, however, as a full-length documentary should have no problems. The problem is that this documentary is overlong. This is a problem because the majority of the footage is quite interesting and well done. However, it seems to be a problem because it does not give the viewer enough information about the events leading up to the invasion, and then the film doesn't even discuss the invasion itself. It just leaves the viewer with the feeling that there is not much of a reason to watch the film. There are several interviews that are included, and many of them are interesting, but they are just not that great. Overall, the film is a little overlong and it could have done with some editing. Still, it is a good documentary. I recommend this to anyone who likes documentaries about the Panama invasion. 8/10

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Carol G.

A decade or so ago, we saw a variety of documentaries about how to better use your money, as well as how to better use your time. What if all that information was made into a program with a bit more fun, a bit more intrigue and some more narrative to it? Would that be enough? I'm glad to say that we have this program. The first hour of this film is basically a "how-to" documentary, or a "how-to" movie. The first hour was definitely entertaining and the second hour was a bit of a letdown. But once the credits were rolling, I had a good feeling about it. I think that the problem with this movie is that it is very, very, very much a love story. It's not really about how to spend more money, or how to use your time better. It's about how to get married, how to have children, how to become a successful and successful woman. The final scene was great, as well as the acting. And the only problem I had with the acting is that it's a bit too obvious and too low-key. That said, the acting is superb. (Please, go to a local library and borrow the VHS, for this documentary is the best viewing experience you'll ever have!)

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Ethan Williams

I can only give this film an 8 because of its topical relevance to the current environment of the human race. There are many others who would give this film a 9 or 10 because of its potential to cause an uproar. However, I would rate it an 8 because it is presented in a clear, well-researched manner. That said, I would not recommend this film to people with a weak stomach, as there are some graphic scenes and some unscripted language that might offend some viewers. It is a refreshing change from the predictable Hollywood films that are made in the past few years.

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Shirley

I saw this documentary on BBC Radio 4 last week, and was surprised by how much I enjoyed it. It was probably my favorite part, which is surprising because I don't like documentaries. This is a funny, thoughtful, and well-made film, with a very well-done and comprehensive look at the research and science behind the ideas behind an invasion of space. The format is a mixture of interviews, conversations, and narration. It's not as well-done as the New York Times article or the film "2001", but it's certainly not the worst documentary I've ever seen. As a former journalist myself, I found the editing and editing-style of the interviews and the narration to be very well done, and I thought the story and narration were very good. The commentary, if you want to call it that, was also very well done, and it was also very well done to have people like Carl Sagan, Brian Cox, and David Attenborough on the program. I also liked the editing of the videos, the clips, and the comments. The movie's strength is in the interviews, the narration, and the structure. The interviews are very good, and I'm not surprised that they were chosen to be the title of the film. It's a great documentary. I really liked the structure, which was interesting and enjoyable. I was also surprised by how many times the movie cut out the narration, and the interviews. The documentary definitely had its share of problems, but I didn't think the film was as bad as it seemed. I also thought the movie was well-made and that it had a good structure. The movie also had some serious flaws, and I would have liked to have seen a more complete look at the science behind the science behind space colonization. I thought the documentary was a good, well-made film, and I recommend it. I give this a 9/10.

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Roger R.

The movie doesn't try to say anything as much as it tries to convey. I'll give it a 8, because I'm biased. But I'd have to give it a 10 if it didn't get me thinking.

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Heather

This documentary covers various topics like "How to, "Why to" and "How to get" all from the point of view of someone who is not a native speaker of any of these languages, but who enjoys learning these languages as much as anyone. A man who goes to Romania for a vacation, and who lives in a different country, has a lot to say about Romanian culture, language and customs. The documentary is mostly composed of interviews from native speakers of Romanian and Bulgarian and English, some from other countries, who speak these languages too. Most of the time they talk about the films and music they love, but also about how they are trying to get to know Romanian culture in a different way. The filmmaker tries to learn as much about the culture as possible, both for language learning, but also for how the Romanian people perceive the world. The language is spoken with a lot of complexity and, although I never went to Romania, I have read some of the same books on this topic. The people are generally friendly, and they express their opinions in a way that is respectful to everyone. The movie isn't a study in linguistics, but rather an attempt to get the average viewer to learn more about this fascinating culture. The documentary is about as much fun as the language learning itself. It is a good movie, but the documentary isn't. The documentary shows you what the language is all about, but it doesn't give you any idea what it is all about. The documentary itself is only a first step, and it could have been a really good one. But it's definitely worth watching if you are not familiar with Romanian and Bulgarian, because it shows you the culture. I would recommend this to anyone who likes to learn languages, and it would be worth the time and effort to see it.

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Samantha

This documentary was the highlight of the entire marathon. I can't say much for the other performances, but I really loved this one. One thing that did get me was the comment about how the lead actress was topless during her opening role. I really don't understand that comment, but it did happen. The director was not available for this documentary, but I will be watching her next film. I really hope that she keeps doing film-making. You really have to watch this documentary, and you will never forget it.

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Terry

This is a very fascinating and deeply moving film. In the first 30 minutes I was constantly thinking "how did I get here?" and "how did this happen to me?". But once the film moved forward, the really wonderful thing about it was how it showed how diverse people, even people who may have a deeply troubled past or experience, can still move forward and make a positive difference. This film gives me hope and hope will hopefully inspire others.

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Judy R.

When I first saw this movie, I was kinda shocked, because it sounded like a really bad movie, but I thought it was really good. It made me laugh, it made me feel like the world was gonna end and I was just gonna die if this movie didn't end, but it ended, so it wasn't that bad. This is a good movie, and it makes you think a lot about how things are. You see things in a different light, and it makes you see the world differently. And it makes you think about how you are. When you watch this movie, I hope you get something out of it. The director does an excellent job. This is a great movie. I recommend it.

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Ruth

I had a lot of fun watching this documentary, and found it quite amusing. What really caught my attention was that it didn't focus on any specific nation, instead covering various types of invasion. We start with an overview of what caused them to take the country in the first place. Then we move into some of the various methods of invasion. We then move into some of the historical events that caused the invasion. The whole idea of this documentary is to get you thinking. You need to be able to think and have some form of intelligence to be able to enjoy the film. You also need to be able to follow along. You need to understand why the idea behind the invasion is important to the people in the audience. I recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to have a good laugh. Enjoy.

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Barbara M.

The new director of the US Embassy in London, Mary Robinson, is looking for ways to improve the American Embassy in London. She wants to move the embassy from the capital to London and to the heart of the US, and she wants to recruit more American citizen who have been displaced abroad. Her plan is to put the embassy in a business center with all the other businesses in the US. I think that this is a good plan. Mary is a new type of ambassador that is going to give the Americans a chance to showcase their country to the world. I also liked the way Mary's mentor was showing her how to better improve the American Embassy in London. I really liked the idea of using the ambassador as a CEO of a corporation, something that you can't do in America. I also liked that Mary showed that a new type of ambassador is not necessarily an American. If you are looking for the usual type of American who is just used to work for the US government, you are not going to like this movie. This movie has everything you need for a good comedy, drama, and comedy. The characters are very interesting. The movie has a lot of funny situations that were very funny, and the people in the movie really are funny. I am not going to say anymore about the movie because I would give it away, but I really enjoyed this movie. It was very good. I give it an 8/10. The music was great, and I recommend that you check it out. I am a big fan of Mary Robinson, and I hope that she does a lot of movies like this in the future.

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Nicole W.

While most people do not really know much about the subject, you can take a high school kid who is in love with a girl, and take a person who has a brother who has the same problem and you get the essence of the movie. It's not a waste of time watching it. It is great to have something to show people who really don't know much about the subject. I'm so glad I didn't have to read about it before I watched this movie, but I definitely learned something.

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Judy

I am a newbie to the political left. This film was enlightening to me, and that is something that I am very, very rarely given the opportunity to watch. I'm also very, very used to the Marxist politics of a lot of people who don't understand the true nature of socialism. However, I felt like I understood most of the content of this documentary. This film gives me hope. I look forward to more films like this.

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Ann

The term "sovereign citizen" has been misused. No, not a nut. It's not a movement. It's the belief that the government is evil. What most people don't know, however, is that many of these people are highly educated and well-educated people. They're not stupid. They are intelligent. They are trying to express their views without using strong language. There are a few really good documentaries on sovereign citizens and this is one of them. The people in this documentary, who have all been involved in political action for a long time, are not just trying to express their views, they're trying to work within the system. There's no doubt that this is the way to go about it. Some of the more extreme cases are discussed, and it's obvious that they will be pushed to the limits. The bottom line is that this documentary shows that some people are willing to give up their rights and believe that their government can't be trusted. That's not good, but it's not scary. They're just trying to do what they believe is right. To be blunt, that's what makes them sovereign citizens. It's just that most people don't realize that. If you don't believe me, watch this documentary. You won't be surprised.

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Jeremy B.

This is not a movie. It is a cartoon that takes place in the world of the news. I think a better title would be "Good-News News-Saga". It's one man's struggle to make sense of a complex and changing world. You may be the next "Good-News-News-Saga" this week.

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Lisa

This documentary is about the importance of conservation to the animals and the environment. It highlights various examples of how much they use in their lives and the impact it has on the animals. It also gives us insight on the people who do the conservation work, showing us their unique background. It also shows the powerful negative impact of poaching, including their effects on the animals. The documentary also shows that there are some conservationists who do not necessarily understand the issue and need more training. The film also focuses on one woman who has a long history of conservation work and the impact it has had on her family. The film also shows that there is a strong positive influence on the animals from people who care about them. As a conservationist, I can say that it is a very important film for me. The video contains both pictures and videos which are interesting. I recommend the film to anyone who is interested in conservation and the animals.