It’s a deeper investigation of what Moore has explored over the course of his filmmaking career: The impact of corporate power on the everyday lives of people. He takes us into the private lives of the people whose dreams have been trampled and seeks out explanations from the powers that be – in Washington D.C., and beyond.
“The explosive Capitalism: A Love Story is Moore's call to arms against the robber barons who shamelessly empty our pockets while we do nothing about it,” wrote Rolling Stone’s Peter Travers.
“Moore's fireball of a movie could change your life. It had me laughing with tears in my eyes.”
Capitalism screens Thursday, Nov. 19, at 6 and 8:30 p.m., at the Nugget; rated R, it runs 127 minutes. Tickets are $8. No Nugget Passes, please.