Oscar-winner Michael Moore dives right into hostile territory with his daring and hilarious one-man show, deep in the heart of TrumpLand in the weeks before the 2016 election.
"Michael Moore doesn't like documentaries. That's why he doesn't make them." A documentary that looks to distinguish what's fact, fiction, legend, and otherwise as a camera crew trails Michael Moore as he tours with his film, Fahrenheit 9/11.
The Mindscape of Alan Moore is a psychedelic journey into one of the world's most powerful minds; chronicling the life and work of Alan Moore, author of several acclaimed graphic novels, including "From Hell," "Watchmen" and "V for Vendetta." It is the only feature film production on which Alan Moore has collaborated, with permission to use his work. Alan Moore presents the story of his development as an artist, starting with his childhood and working through to his comics career and impact on that medium, and his emerging interest in magic.
Michael Wilson, like the subject of his film, is trying to get an interview with a multi-millionaire; however, in this case, that millionaire is Michael Moore himself.
Not only did Mary Tyler Moore “turn the world on with her smile,” as her show’s theme song declared, she also influenced a generation of women to become more independent and to pursue successful and fulfilling careers. Moore’s own 50-plus-year career has spanned award-winning films and Broadway shows, as well as two beloved television series that broke ground and continue to entertain viewers. This one-hour special includes highlights from a recent interview with Mary Tyler Moore, tributes from her co-stars and clips from iconic moments throughout her career. The program looks at her breakthrough role on The Dick Van Dyke Show, her iconic turn as TV's first independent career woman on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and her Academy Award-nominated work on Ordinary People.
Trevor Moore recorded his first solo one-hour special, High In Church, at The Gramercy Theatre in New York. Accompanied by a live band, dancing girls and music videos, Trevor performs an hour of brand-new sketches and songs spanning all musical genres.
Rudy Ray Moore -- an underground comedian and blaxploitation star of the 1960s and '70s -- revisits his other career as an R&B singer in this 2000 concert filmed live at New York City's Wetlands and featuring special guest Jimmy "Funky Tramp" Lynch. The raucous set list blends Moore's infamous foulmouthed comedy with songs such as "Hully Gully Fever," "Hip Shakin' Papa," "Put Me in the Mix" and "Do You Call That a Buddy?"
The band featuring members of Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, and Screaming Trees performs live in concert at the Moore Theater in Seattle, Washington. Mad Season was an American rock supergroup formed in Seattle, Washington, in 1994 by members of three popular Seattle-based bands: Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam and Screaming Trees. Mad Season only released one album, Above, and is best known for the single "River of Deceit". The band went on a semi-permanent hiatus in 1996 due to the band members' conflicting schedules and vocalist Layne Staley's problems with substance abuse. Attempts were made in the late 1990s to revive the group without Staley; however, the band dissolved following the death of bassist John Baker Saunders in 1999.
This documentary showcases a number of new clips which have recently come to light from sketches which were thought to have been lost forever, some not seen for over 50 years, plus rare footage of routines performed in Australia when Cook and Moore made two episodes of their show, Not Only... But Also..., for the country back in 1971. Rob Brydon narrates this very special programme as Pete and Dud fans, friends and colleagues watch these newly discovered clips in the studio for the very first time. The programme includes contributions from Not Only... But Also... producer Dick Clement, Pete and Dud collaborator Barry Humphries, and long-time fans Richard Ayoade, Josie Lawrence, Will Sharpe and Ronnie Wood as they enjoy the sketches and reflect on the career of one of Britain's best-loved comedy partnerships.
2010 saw Gary Moore make a return to rock music after a long period of time exploring the blues. He was writing and working on a new rock album when all was brought to a halt by his untimely death on February 6th, 2011. This concert from Montreux in July 2010 was his last performance to be filmed. The setlist draws heavily on his hugely successful rock albums of the eighties, stirs in a couple of his classic blues tracks with some memorable hit singles and includes three brand new songs that would have featured on the album left sadly uncompleted on his death. Bonus Features: 1) One Good Reason 2) Oh Pretty Woman 3) Still Got The Blues 4) Walking By Myself / TRACK LISTING: 1) Over The Hills And Far Away 2) Thunder Rising 3) Military Man 4) Days Of Heroes 5) Where Are You Now? 6) So Far away / Empty Rooms 7) Oh Wild One 8) Blood Of Emeralds 9) Out In The Fields 10) Still Got The Blues 11) Walking By Myself 12) Johnny Boy 13) Parisienne Walkways
Trevor Moore's special finds him struggling through an insufferable brunch with his girlfriend and her friends as they discuss pop culture and hot-button issues. Naturally, he can't stop himself from expressing his own views on the topics through a series of songs and music videos, including "My Computer Became Self Aware" and "Bullies."
On August 19th, 2005, on what would have been the eve of his 56th birthday, a statue of Phil Lynott was unveiled in Dublin’s Grafton Street by his mother. There to witness the event were members of Thin Lizzy from throughout the band’s career. The following evening, they joined forces under the leadership of Gary Moore for a concert that paid tribute to Lynott’s memory.
Bellator 187 starts off with two of Dublin's own facing off in a Middleweight bout when Charlie Ward takes on John Redmond
Elizabeth Montgomery plays serial killer, churchgoer, and grandmother Blanch Taylor Moore in this, one of her last films before her untimely passing. Childhood memories of her womanizing and abusive father fill Moore with a hidden rage towards all men. Her former boyfriend, first husband and father all died of arsenic poisoning. Now her fiancé, the town's minister, is stricken the same way. Based on the true crime book Preacher's Girl: The Life and Crimes of Blanche Taylor Moore, the film is buoyed by Montgomery's startling performance, and keeps you on the edge of your seat until its final moments.
A look at the life of Bobby Moore
A collection of his best songs, sung in collaboration with Jimmy MacCarthy, Wally Page, Shane MacGowan, Sinéad O'Connor and John Spillane.
Mindcrime at the Moore is a live album and DVD by American progressive metal band Queensrÿche, that was released on July 3, 2007. The album/DVD was recorded live during Queensrÿche's three night stint at The Moore Theatre in Seattle in October 2006, on the band's tour in support of Operation: Mindcrime II. The group performed that album and 1988's Operation: Mindcrime in their entirety, supported by a cast of actors and by the Seattle Seahawks Drumline. Also included on the DVD is a tour documentary, a piece on the band’s "Rock & Ride Across America" charity motorcycle ride for the VH1 Save The Music Foundation, and a live performance of "The Chase" from the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, featuring Ronnie James Dio's only public appearance as Dr. X. The DVD live concert was edited by Scott C. Wilson.
Gary Moore and band playing songs from his hard rock years during the Monsters of Rock tour. Filmed on May 21st 2003 at the Sheffield Hallam FM Arena.
Academy Award-winning director Michael Moore returns with what may be his most provocative and hilarious film yet: Moore tells the Pentagon to "stand down" — he will do the invading for America from now on.
The Mary Tyler Moore Show is an American television sitcom created by James L. Brooks and Allan Burns that aired on CBS from 1970 to 1977. The program was a television breakthrough, with the first never-married, independent career woman as the central character: "As Mary Richards, a single woman in her thirties, Moore presented a character different from other single TV women of the time. She was not widowed or divorced or seeking a man to support her." It has also been cited as "one of the most acclaimed television programs ever produced" in US television history. It received high praise from critics, including Emmy Awards for Outstanding Comedy Series three years in a row, and continued to be honored long after the final episode aired.
In this 8 part web series Alan Moore, author of graphic novels like "Watchmen", "V for Vendetta" and "From Hell", draws us into his world-view. We follow one of the most influential graphic artists into a universe of occultism, mysticism and anarchy. Between dystopian visions and far-sighted social analysis, Moore explains how his comics are a swan song to our era.
Michael Moore Live, a 1999 television show featuring political advocate Michael Moore, ran for one six-part series. It was shown on Channel 4 and aired in the United Kingdom only, though it was broadcast from New York. The show had a similar format to The Awful Truth but also incorporated phone-ins and a live stunt each week. It was filmed around 7pm local time, which due to the time difference made it a late-night show in the UK. The live phone-ins all featured UK viewers, and questions were mainly about American policy at the time, e.g. gun control and the war in Kosovo. Each week, Moore was joined by guests, and one of the regulars was an illegal UK alien in the USA named Nigel. Throughout the show, he had to wear a rubber Queen Elizabeth II mask to hide his true identity.
The Mary Tyler Moore Hour is an American variety show broadcast by CBS in the spring of 1979. The series stars Mary Tyler Moore.
The Moore Show is a British television talk show presented by Kevin Moore and produced by Joanna Soh. The show began filming in April 2011 under the name of The Moore Show - Prime Time and went on to air on Sky Television on June 10th 2011. Covering a range of topics including the paranormal, self-help and celebrity chat with many of the shows interviews focusing on spiritual subject matters. Notable names which have been on the show include British Astronomer Patrick Moore, Coronation Street actor William Roache, Star Wars actor David Prowse and psychic medium, Colin Fry . Before airing the show gained notoriety in the press for being totally manned by students of The University of Glamorgan where the show is filmed at the universities Atrium campus. In October 2011 Rohani Productions Ltd started work on a second show. This new show featured personal and inspirational stories that have shown often incredible courage and will power to come through life-changing adversity. The show's underlying objective is to entertain and inspire the audience by our guest's personal experience; to create that feel-good factor and help viewers enrich and live their grandest life. The Moore show re-branded itself in May 2013 as a Radio onTV show under the new name The Moore Show – Alternative Late Night Talk.
The Garry Moore Show is the name for several separate American variety series on the CBS television network in the 1950s and 1960s. Hosted by experienced radio performer, Garry Moore, the series helped launch the careers of many comedic talents, such as Dorothy Loudon, Don Adams, George Gobel, Carol Burnett, Don Knotts, Lee Goodman, James Kirkwood, Jr. and Jonathan Winters. The Garry Moore Show garnered a number of Emmy nominations and wins.
Beat Charlie Moore: is an English-language fishing television series hosted by Charlie Moore that aired on the World Fishing Network. This series aired on the World Fishing Network, and premiered fall 2006.
The Mary Tyler Moore Reunion is a 60-minute CBS retrospective television special, hosted by Mary Tyler Moore, celebrating her classic 1970-1977 sitcom The Mary Tyler Moore Show which aired on May 13, 2002. It features clips from past episodes with Mary personally reminiscing one-on-one with surviving cast members Edward Asner, Gavin MacLeod, Valerie Harper, Betty White, Cloris Leachman and Georgia Engel, as well as a special tribute to the late Ted Knight. During the special, Mary reveals the result of an online poll at CBS.com where viewers were asked to vote for their favorite Mary Tyler Moore Show episode and the winner was: "Chuckles Bites the Dust". The special includes the "Love Is All Around" theme song covered in 1996 by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts which had previously been used as the opening sequence to the made-for-TV movie reunion Mary and Rhoda.