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On this day in History, Michael Moore’s Roger & Me opens on Dec 20, 1989. Learn more about what happened today on History.

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Roger & Me is a 1989 American documentary film directed by Michael Moore

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Sub-note: In the contract with Warner Brothers involving the first film, Moore demanded several conditions before he would allow his film to be distributed. The most famous is the place card on one of the theatre seats that reads "Reserved for Roger Smith, Chairman of General Motors" and that Warner would pay rent for all families evicted in the film. There is a 1992 sequel which shows how Michael's life was affected after the film came out.

 

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The Bad: The biggest problem with A View to a Kill is Roger Moore. Moore, 57 at the time, was simply too old for the part at that point. Some of his scenes with Tanya Roberts, easily one of the worst Bond girls ever, are simply too painful to watch. And seeing Moore keep up with the action is also an ungainly sight. It would have been nice if Moore had hung up his Walter PPK after Octopussy. On a telling note, Moore considers A View to a Kill to be the least favorite of all his Bond movies so maybe he came to that same conclusion. Another big problem is that the filmmakers seem to be going through the motions with this entry. A View to a Kill lacks the panache of past efforts and seems to almost be more of an obligatory affair.

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The Final Word: Despite its shortcomings, For Your Eyes Only is a nice respite from the last two, flashier Bond pictures giving Roger Moore plenty to work with and allowing the actor to deliver a confident, memorable turn as Agent 007.


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The Ugly: The worst aspects of the early Roger Moore films – the humor – rears its ugly head here one more time. Whether it’s turning an intimidating villain like Jaws into a good guy (and giving him a girlfriend!), putting in a ridiculous shot of a pigeon doing a double take during the Venice boat chase, or the innocuous but unnecessary Close Encounters reference (the alien-contacting theme form that Steven Spielberg film serves as the key code for a security door Bond and M gain entry to), the lighter moments in Moonraker are more cringe-worthy than anything else.

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Cast: Roger Moore, Lois Chiles, Michael Lonsdale, Toshiro Suga, Richard Kiel, Corrine Clery, Bernard Lee, Desmond Llewelyn, Lois Maxwell

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Cast: Roger Moore, Carole Bouquet, Julian Glover, Topol, Lynn-Holly Johnson, Michael Gothard, Cassandra Harris, John Wyman, Desmond Llewelyn, Lois Maxwell

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The Ugly: For me, one thing and one thing alone epitomizes the awfulness that is The Man with the Golden Gun. Midway through the film, Bond finds himself chasing Scaramanga when Goodnight gets locked in the trunk of his car while trying to install a homing device. Stealing a showroom car, and with that pesky Sherriff Pepper in tow, Bond comes across a broken bridge mid-chase where he promptly steps on the gas and ends up doing a 360 degree aerial twist. It’s an impressive stunt sequence, performed daringly by stunt driver “Bumps” Willard, with one small exception: the filmmakers felt the need to include a penny whistle sound effect over the scene. The fact that everyone involved felt the need to undermine an incredible stunt with a stupid sound effect pretty much says it all…