Michael Moore thinks Bradley Cooper's performance in 'American Sniper' was ''awesome''.

The 60-year-old director - who was recently accused of disliking the movie after stating his opinion on snipers in general - also praised the film's editing and costumes.

Writing in a post on his official Facebook page, he said: ''Awesome performance from Bradley Cooper. One of the best of the year.

''Great editing. Costumes, hair, makeup superb!''

However, Michael wasn't too pleased with the film's inaccuracies.

He added: ''Oh... and too bad Clint [Eastwood; the director] gets Vietnam and Iraq confused in his storytelling. And that he has his characters calling Iraqis ''savages'' throughout the film.

''But there is also anti-war sentiment expressed in the movie. And there's a touching ending as the main character is remembered after being gunned down by a fellow American vet with PTSD who was given a gun at a gun range back home in Texas - and then used it to kill the man who called himself the 'America Sniper' (sic)''

Meanwhile, Michael recently shared the story of his uncle, who was killed by a sniper in World War II.

He tweeted previously: ''My uncle killed by sniper in WW2. We were taught snipers were cowards. Will shoot u in the back. Snipers aren't heroes. And invaders r worse

''But if you're on the roof of your home defending it from invaders who've come 7K miles, you are not a sniper, u are brave, u are a neighbor. (sic)''