Michael Moore, The Bane Of Business, Is Back

The maker of Roger & Me takes on corporate greed

With its sleek marble lobby, modern art, and security guards, the tower on Manhattan's Upper West Side looks like the kind of building from which Roger & Me filmmaker Michael Moore usually gets ejected. But the proletarian provocateur from Flint, Mich., has made so much money from movies, television, and a book that he's no longer on the outside looking in. He lives here. That newfound wealth lends an ironic subtext to his latest movie, a comic documentary about corporate avarice called The Big One to be released on Apr. 3.

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