In the spirit of his award-winning film Bowling for Columbine, Michael Moore skewers politicians and the public alike, placing himself squarely in the middle of today's most controversial issues and events. Join Moore as he goes on a crusade for justice with Cracker, The Corporate Crime Fighting Chicken, spreads holiday cheer to deserving tobacco executives with the "Voice Box Choir," and brings a street pimp to congress as the answer to campaign finance reform. Shot in Moore's trademark "guerrilla video" style, each of 24 half-hour episode is filled with scathingly funny observations and humorous rants that boldly and ironically provide valuable commentary on today's cultural landscape.
Runtime: 30 minutes
The Awful Truth - Skippy (dog) - Netflix
Skippy (also known as Asta, born 1931 or 1932; retired 1941) was a Wire Fox Terrier dog actor who appeared in dozens of movies during the 1930s. Skippy is best known for the role of the pet dog “Asta” in the 1934 detective comedy The Thin Man, starring William Powell and Myrna Loy. Due to the popularity of the role, Skippy is sometimes credited as Asta in public and in other films.