Every year there are a handful of films at best that just blow me away and make me feel happy to be a film fan. This is one of those films. This will definitely be on my top-ten list for the year. The title is in reference to the Columbine killers attending bowling class on the day of the murders.
Populist director and author Michael Moore (ROGER & ME) has taken on the issue of gun violence in America. What makes the film so amazing is that he looks at all the easy explanations for the crisis from both the liberal and conservative points of view and shows how all of them really don't prove why America is so much more violent than all the other developed countries. For instance Canada has the same amount of guns per capita, but 10 times less gun violence. But than in Canada, banks probably don't give out free guns when you open a banking account.