Seeking a smoking gun in U.S. Violence.

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1. A. O. Scott:

1.1. Facts:

1.1.1. He did work and is still working at the New York Times.

1.1.2. He is very critical in his review.

1.1.3. American journalist and film critic.

2. Bowling for Columbine.

2.1. Bad and Good

2.1.1. Bad: Even though he is a good interviewer when he agrees on what the persons says, he is also a bad interviewer when he is not agree with the person he is interviewing.

2.1.2. Good: Michael Moore is a good interviewer when he has sympathy for the person he is interviewing. He gets some very good "stuff" out of people.

3. Genre:

3.1. Non-fiction

3.1.1. A review, on the film "Bowling for Columbine".

4. Michael Moore

4.1. Facts:

4.1.1. He was born on april 23, 1953.

4.1.2. He is an American documentary filmmaker.

4.1.3. He thinks Michael Moore is stupid - specially when he is using his examples: He is using bad examples in the text - parallels to the wars and terror in the US. (citat)