In a recent presentation on Post-Modernism at ASI 2009, It Is Written Speaker/Director Shawn Boonstra (Seminar #1 ~ 18:13ff - clip posted above), makes a comment in regards to the documentary work of Michael Moore which is quite hard to believe.
He says that Moore is “anti-Christianity” while disparagingly citing his documentaries such as “Roger & Me” [stream], “Bowling for Columbine [video], “Fahrenheit 9/11” [video], as, at the very least, inferred support for this position. I suppose Moore’s recent documentaries: “Sicko” [video], “Capitalism: A Love Story” [stream]  can also be included in this genre of critical works, however, succinctly said, to believe that any of these films are in any remote way ‘speaking against Christianity’ is to actually believe that e.g.: ‘corporate indifference, selfishness and greed, even towards employees and dependent local communities’; ‘gun-culture, gun-totting, gun-shooting’; ‘political lying and irresponsibility’, ‘religious crusading’, ‘war for any, or no, reason’; ‘live and let die’; ‘money, greed and wealth, before people, benevolence and God’; is actually “Christianity” (cf. here) in any form!?!
 Publicly professed in an AC360 (CNN) interview (September 13, 2010).