Quite looking forward to this. From Berardinelli's Reelviews:
"Moore's thesis, reduced to its essence, argues that capitalism, at least in its current "greed is good" incarnation, is evil. The love of money over all else is the root of everything foul and corrupt. This brand of "capitalism" makes the rich richer and the poor poorer. It uses taxpayer money to bail out banks and corporations that were in peril because of their own poor management and gambling. It results in salary decreases to workers, massive job cuts, and pay raises to CEOs. And the government is complicit in all of this with many of the people working to regulate the markets being former employees of the companies being regulated. Even discounting Moore's penchant for hyperbole, Capitalism paints a damning picture, and that's because there's really nothing new in the film. Moore is drawing from mostly mainstream sources: ABC, NBC, CBS, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, etc. And it's pretty compelling when two Catholic priests and one Catholic bishop declare that capitalism is immoral and against the teachings of Jesus."
I'd agree with pretty much all of that. I don't see how a sane person couldn't.
Has Moore still got what it takes, though, to stir the shit like he used to?