Michael Moore, The Bane Of Business, Is Back
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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