Passing by dozens of boarded-up stores and hundreds of jobless Flint citizens. In an attempt to climb out of economic melt-down, the city of Flint hires an agency which builds a luxury Hyatt, commercial center, and amusement park in order to attract tourists. The humor becomes more painfully funny when public leaders give their reasons how they used more like wasted millions of dollars in reckless attempts to revive the city's economy. Just because you've got problems. That's not a private interest. I got color-analyzed myself a couple of years prior to learning color consulting. I give this one 5 stars, and I realize now that our Free Enterprise System just keeps the poor, poor.
Everyone there had a job, yet no one seemed to be working. If he comes in, you can interview him outside. Bill Harris has the night off. Some plants that are announced to be closed obviously will be closed. It isn't to honor their hometown. They know me, they know what I do, so. You can get the truck, but they got a crew on the way here.
Moore's movie had been getting unanimously good reviews; then, Jacobson bushwhacked him with a Film Comment article. And the city was grateful to the company. What I'd like to do is just go up to the th floor. The National Guard was called in, and the eyes of the world were on Flint. You'll have to leave the club, sir. We started the industrial revolution.
I mean, this was San Francisco. Others might be poetic, elegaic, angry or funny. I'm sick and tired of these damn fat cats. It's an attack on the way General Motors moved factories and jobs out of its hometown of Flint, Mich. It remains the definitive documentary study of post-industrial America, a both chilling and heartwarming portrait of what happens when the economic order underlying society is altered, and the terms by which people live are completely transformed.
I'm getting ready to gut him. I can only tell you this about this town: It's pretty. His recent divorce, which , didn't help the populist image. We usually tell them that probably their best protection for home. It's my third trip here, and I love it. All four of us have always lived in Flint and gone to school here.
Living in Flint becomes so desperate, that Money magazine names the town as the worst place to live in America. I'm trying to rationalize with those lyrics. What's it like in Flint these days? The rich throw parties at which they hire unemployed workers to pose as living statues. Rating: In the 1980s, under the leadership of chairman Roger Smith, General Motors closed down 11 of its plants in Flint, Michigan, the company's birthplace. Eubank is one of the first celebrities that Moore exposes. I don't care what you think! People stay up all night and sleep all day.
Usually we see somebody every day that we know. Well-known personalities and celebrities are also shown coming to Flint to bring hope to the unemployed, some of them interviewed by Moore. And we're having a fantastic time here. My mission was a simple one: To convince Roger Smith to spend a day with me in Flint. Let's make it the entertainment center. If you're espousing a philosophy, which apparently you are. I don't think we've met.
I'm trying to get the manager to see if anybody knows anything about him. I crawled backwards until I was two. Since my family was getting bigger, we were having a baby a year. What are some of those good aspects? The biggest event was to come. We happen to be citizens of this community. Smith clearly did not want to be interviewed by Moore and the film quickly reveals why. The myth perpetuated by capitalists, that people invest in the stock market to cause job growth, is just that, a myth.
Yes, back in the parade. The wind will blow it over if you don't. At Taco Bell, every day's a new day. I'll give you a business card. As it turned out, we were the same season. We thought—we really believed, only 25 years ago—that the American Dream was not just a scam or a fantasy or a fluke for the fortunate, but a vision of freedom and prosperity to which every American citizen was entitled. Where can I go to stay? My husband's currently laid off, and we're giving some thought to it ourselves.
I wouldn't even say ''breasts. And, only six months after opening. Moore uses dialects, through the medium of film, to show the true face of the reality we call capitalism. I grew up near Decatur, Il, a city that was devastated in the late 70's and 80's by downsizing in the auto industry, the migration of jobs south of the border, and corruption in the giants of agribusiness. At the same time, Deputy Fred oversees a family being evicted from their home on Christmas Eve. Today we are announcing the closing.