It’s not exactly Radiohead giving away their latest songs. On Sept. 23, Michael Moore offered a free download of his new film Slacker Uprising on slackeruprising.com — if you can call this four-years-out-of-date, rock-the-vote infomercial a film. It was shot in 2004, when Moore led a preelection tour of 62 cities, mostly college towns. He offered ramen noodles and clean underwear to any student who agreed to vote, a joke that’s become (happily) archaic. Moore?s studentmobilization drive now looks prescient, but he should have kept this piece of wallpaper agitprop on the shelf. D
Slacker Uprising It's not exactly Radiohead giving away their latest songs. On Sept. 23, Michael Moore offered a free download of his new film Slacker...Slacker UprisingDocumentaryMichael MoorePT100MUnrated It's not exactly Radiohead giving away their latest songs. On Sept. 23, Michael Moore offered a free download of his new film Slacker...2008-09-24
Genre: Documentary; Starring: Michael Moore; Director: Michael Moore; Author: Michael Moore; Release Date Wide: 09/23/2008; Runtime (in minutes): 100; MPAA Rating: Unrated
Posted September 24 2008 — 12:00 AM EDT
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