Where to Invade Next

Where to Invade Next

By Michael Moore

  • Genre: Documentary
  • Release Date: 2016-06-10
  • Advisory Rating: 15
  • Runtime: 1h 55min
  • Director: Michael Moore
  • Production Company: IMG Films
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: GBP 5.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: GBP 3.49
From 184 Ratings


Academy Award®-winning director Michael Moore is back with Where to Invade Next, a provocative and hilarious comedy in which Moore will stop at nothing to figure out how to actually make America great again. Just in time for election season, America's favorite political provocateur, Michael Moore, is back with his new film, Where to Invade Next. Honored by festivals and critics groups alike, Where to Invade Next is an expansive, hilarious, and subversive comedy in which the Academy Award®-winning director confronts the most pressing issues facing America today and finds solutions in the most unlikely places. The creator of Fahrenheit 9/11 and Bowling for Columbine has returned with an epic movie that's unlike anything he has done before - an eye-opening call to arms to capture the American Dream and restore it in, of all places, America.



  • A very confusing preacher

    By Ear 'Ole
    Michael Moore and his films are baffling. He is VERY pro-establishment, pro-EU, and pro-Hillary Clinton. But then he makes films highlighting all the problems which the establishment makes! My explanation for this is: Michael likes to preach and shout a lot, because he gets a lot of attention and money from it. But he does NOT want any real change, because he is very comfy and rich just as things are.
  • Worth watching, whether you agree or not

    By matoad
    If I had to sum up the message of 'Where To Invade Next' I'd say it's 'Things CAN be done differently.' As Moore himself states, he sets out to steal the BEST ideas from other countries. That doesn't mean others have found the solution to a perfect society, it just means that there are solutions out there that are worth getting inspired by. The fact that this documentary features a lot more humour and heart than anger helps to make the watch really fun as well as interesting. Courageous thoughts from someone who you may not agree with on everything, but who clearly cares deeply about their home country.
  • Predictable, one sided and long winded

    By Benjy Bob
    This documentary is typical Michael Moore. Very similar to some scenes in his earlier works, where he compares the USA to other nations. However this documentary is very one sided, these countries are shown to be a socialist utopia but doesn’t show you any of the problems these countries face. Such as Italy's huge national debt. Occasionally Moore goes off on a tangent, like his nutcase conspiracy theory that putting criminal (and possibly violent) drug dealers in prison is only so the USA can keep black people as slaves. I find this quite bizarre and totally unbelievable. Conveniently he doesn't back this up with any credible evidence or mention the lives these drug dealers have wrecked. For the several points he is trying to make, the 120 minute running time is far too long winded and I was getting bored towards the end.