Michael Moore in Trumpland, Moore’s latest documentary, was advertised as his “October Surprise,” sure to entirely discredit and derail the candidacy of Donald Trump. The film just premiered in NYC with much fanfare. It was reviewed by the New York Times, The New Yorker, The Verge, CNN, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, Business Insider, The Huffington Post, etc. And what is all the excitement about? A 73-minute unfunny comedy act, i.e., a speech, about how much Michael Moore likes Hillary Clinton. That’s it. It’s not even a documentary in the usual sense. And according to the New York Times, there isn’t much about Trump in it. “If the news that the documentarian Michael Moore was releasing a surprise film called Michael Moore in TrumpLand had you expecting a rollicking, full-force attack on Donald J. Trump, prepare to be disappointed…The film is not an attack on Mr. Trump, but instead a paean to his opponent in the presidential contest, Hillary Clinton.” Apparently aware that this is not one of his greatest hits, Moore says he will self-distribute the film to chumps on iTunes. Moore’s latest documentary before this, the similarly mislabeled Where to Invade Next, which had nothing to do with invasions, scored an hilarious $3.8 million at the box office despite overwhelming critical support.