Bowling for Columbine Essay | Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Bowling for Columbine.
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Bowling for Columbine: Fair Assessment or Bias Opinion?

Summary: Essay offers a critique on Moore's recent film "Bowling for Columbine."
There are many forms of media that all affect society in many different ways. In Bowling for Columbine Michael Moore focuses on the concept of fear in the media and through the use of satire, he tries to prove how it induces violence within the American society today. Although Michael Moore makes a strong case in Bowling for Columbine he holds back truth in his documentary and when what he holds back is shown it reveals that he is in fact exactly like some forms of the media in the way that he creates what people will respond to in order to make money and get his personal perspective across to the viewer.

The government of the U.S. is one of the targets Moore uses to get his point across. He claims that by defending itself the country is influencing the people within to become violent. While...

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