Fahrenheit 9/11

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    Tue Sep 08 2009

    Anyone who believes this tripe would believe in unicorns and fairies. Michael Moore remains the single biggest liar in the film industry today. The film is utterly contrived, follows his hypocritical agenda of Bush-hatred, and he laughs (literally) all the way to the bank. How people can look at this and claim it is, in any sense, "reality" is beyond me. Some people will swallow anything. Moronic.

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    Sat Apr 11 2009

    I'm not Michael Moore's biggest fan; while I agree pretty much with his overall political take in the films he's made that I've seen, there always tends to be something contained within these films that annoys me-- I thought his unquestioning credulousness regarding the Cubans in the film "Sicko" detracted from its overall worth; in "Bowling for Columbine", I thought the stunt of returning to K-Mart for bullet refunds was unfair, and reeked of hippie dilettante "guerilla-theatre" type tactics; and I thought his unconscionable sandbagging of a sick, aged Charlton Heston added nothing to his otherwise valid viewpoint regarding the American lust for firearms. Still, I would respectfully disagree with Irishgit; Moore isn't the same as Limbaugh or O'Reilly, and while he loses his head often in the name of his passions (I would agree too often), and while not a "news reporter" (although I have to wonder what credibility a reporter for the corporate media has anymore), in this particular film... Read more

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    Tue Jan 20 2009

    Firstly, its not a documentary in the formal sense. Secondly, its more than a little dull. I don't get on either the Moore or anti-Moore bandwagon because I see him as a guy who has figured out a way to get rich as an entertainer, while purporting to be a journalist. In this he is no different from Limbaugh or OReilly. All of them are entertainers, and should be treated as such.

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    Tue Jan 20 2009

    Puerile, leftist puke.

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    Tue Nov 11 2008

    Here's another 9/11 film clip.And another...

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    Fri Oct 10 2008

    this is a good good good movies

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    Wed Mar 19 2008

    More lies from Moore

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    Mon Nov 05 2007

    grindcore is love!

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    Sun Oct 28 2007

    I just joined this site and for some reason, the Farenheit struck me as one to have an opinion about ~ even though this "documentary" is years old.  I DID see it!!  Trash, trash and more trash!!!  I am embarrased to say that Moore is from my state.  GRANTED ~ he did a wonderful job on Roger & Me, BUT "documentary", which in essence, is to "doccument the FACTS", has fallen short on Michael.  He has given into the call for $ and is NOT printing facts, but his distorted version of the truth.  How can a man sit there and make a woman who lost her son, look so FOOLISH!!  In the beginning of the segment, she talked about telling her child to "join the armed forces" because it was a way to "see the world and have college paid for".  If there is any American out there who will join the military STRICTLY for the benefits, and not be concerned about the "what ifs" ~ well, I am sorry!!  I hate to say that she sent her son in, but it is the LIBERAL views of, "see the world" and not the harsh reali... Read more

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    Mon Oct 01 2007

    This movie preys on the gullibility of the paranoid. Mr. Moore has done Joseph Goebbels proud.

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    Wed Aug 30 2006

    If your into propaganda, this is for you! No better example around.

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    Thu May 25 2006

    There is some relevant info that I have from other sources. Im not a Bush fan but I dont like Moore's attitude. He's a Socialist who should be shipped to Canada.

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    Sun Feb 12 2006

    It's a breath of fresh air to hear the many highly educated and less gullible Americans that are still living in this wonderful country. As for those blind ones ( still screaming YEAHH WARRRRR!!!) God have mercy on them. Michale Moore is just a man with some ba##& who exposed the truth, the reality, the ins and outs and corruption during the aftermath of 9/11 and the beginning of the war,that we didn't know about, that the whole world suspected, but us. If you stop watching our filtered news for a minute and start watching international news you will see that what they feed us is the bull s@#$% they want us to hear, and while the rest of the world, all Europe and other continents hate us and think that all of us are approving of Bush and his agenda. Don't you think it is a little strange that this man is hated by the masses all around the world ( we don't see it because the politians of those countries can not disagree or cut ties with the USA, commercial trade eccc would be affected... Read more

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    Wed Jan 25 2006

    If you had a soldier who was for the war and a soldier who was against it who do you think would be in this film? This movie is nothing more then political garbage with extreme exagerations and bias. If anything he has made our nation more stupid then it already is and should be punished for such filth

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    Wed Jan 04 2006

    Whether you agree or disagree with Michael Moore, democracy needs people like him, who are not afraid to question the actions and intentions of the people whom we give the power to rule our country. George Bush is supposed to represent all Americans, Michael Moore included. If Moore were to keep his mouth shut, he would fail in his duty as an American citizen.

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    Tue Jan 03 2006

    If you want to see the truth about how Michael deceived America by editing footage to promote his political agenda see FahrenHype 9/11.Spend 5 minutes reading up on Mike and you will see he has a long comfortable relationship with deceit. He can't even tell the truth about his birthplace. He says he was born in Flint, Michigan when in reality he was born across the tracks in Davison.

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    Wed Dec 28 2005

    Run far far away from anything Michael moore writes. The slant he writes with is unbelievable. I find it hard to believe the First Amendment protects his type, but it does. Betcha the Framers never saw him coming...betcha they're wretch the minute they saw his pile'o'****.

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    Wed Dec 28 2005

    My husband encouraged me to watch this movie. I think it is a GREAT movie because it opens the public's eyes to so much information that we normally don't get to see unedited. We only get to hear & see what the government wants us to unless we dig a little deeper. Kudos to Michael Moore for making it his mission to dig a little deeper and pass it on to the American public.

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    Wed Jun 22 2005

    Sheer rubbish. An insult to the intelligence. A film that punishes you for actually know something.

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    Fri May 20 2005

    UPDATE: Say goodbye to America, hope you enjoy your police state? Facts are facts? Reav, whew. Now, there are lots of things you can blame on a public high school education, but your kool-aid distribution seems a little more serious. Moore's movie is factual? Even the faithful Deaniacs don't try to purport that. Just line up in Michael's kool-aid line when he tells you it's a fact that it's good for you. I'll remain in the police state I just voted for. And bluetar, being propaganda doesn't make it false? Look up the definition of propaganda again. ORIGINAL COMMENT 3/4/05: This is on the wrong list. Where is the list on crockumentaries? This rates a 5 there.

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    Fri May 20 2005

    Editing/Contextual wise of course it is manipulative and biased. This aside, facts are facts and anyone can confirm them independently of the movie itself. If you want to blind yourself to facts and pretend they do not exist then you are either naive or a Bushite. Say goodbye to America people, hope you like your police state. You voted for it.

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    Thu Apr 28 2005

    Being propaganda doesn't make it false. Besides, people who were voting for Kerry were going to, movie or not. And republicans are very dense and stubborn - their vote is more about beating liberals than it is the betterment of the country. No facts or propaganda could change their mind. They don't care if Bush is a liar. So, who cares? Good movie.)))))))) ))))))))UPDATE. And they KNOW Bush is a liar. They don't care, people. It's like Ben Affleck's sister saying 'Gigli' was good. She knows it sucked, but she'll be damned if she is going to givwe critics the pleasure. Deep down they all know he is the worst president in history. They go to bed thinking about it. But if you say it to them, they will defend him at all cost. Come on, even republicans are not that stupid. They know. It's so obvious. ALL THE LIVING GREAT MINDS AGREE. I think it's a shame that folks voted for Bush, thus throwing our country away, basically, literally for spite. Damn shame. We will fall, just like Rome, and h... Read more

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    Wed Apr 27 2005

    I'm not all that into the political world...and I consider myself on the fence when it came to the elections last year. I did see this movie basically to see what the hype was all about. I found it very thought provoking and interesting. I think it's a movie everyone should see. I know there are two sides to every story, and I have yet to see the rebuttal movie, Farenhype 9/11 (I think). Don't get me wrong...I'm divide about the whole Iraq War...personally it looks like my generations equivalent to the Vietnam War. However I do support our troops and to a certain extent trust our leaders. Farenheit 9/11 was very intriguing though...especially the mother whose son was killed. She was very patriotic and very supportive, until her son was KIA. I really felt for this poor woman and her family. I really don't care much for Michael Moore, but this is worth a viewing.

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    Fri Mar 04 2005

    Just one of those movies to get everyone to vote for kerry. Plus, how could moore know anything about what bush did? he's a director. I only saw the beginning because i got bored with it.

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    Thu Feb 24 2005

    I'm loving this bulshit. Its troops like the ones in Iraq and overseas that make it possible for a fat lard like Moore to make a flick like this. Just disgrace. It is unbelieveable how people can go along with liberal propaganda and believe that Bush is in Iraq for HIS PERSONAL REASONS. Get a clue and realize that we did not elect a president who is so foolish. As Fheit as a movie, poor insight with one sided views. Whomever made this movie needs to kill yourself. We love you Michael Moore. Keep putting out bad movies because the republican party loves to bash your liberal propaganda. Just remember who controls the senate. Bill Frist.

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    Wed Feb 16 2005

    Moore makes me want to throw up every time I see him.........

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    Sat Feb 05 2005

    Pure cut and paste.I thought documentaries were based on fact.A look into the mind of the hollywood left.They see the world as a big picture that is to be directed to their taste.Even sadder are the mindless zombies who believe and base their arguments on this garbage.

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    Sun Jan 16 2005

    Documentaries are objective and use facts. This is ultra-liberal propaganda.

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    Sun Jan 16 2005

    some bits amy be out of context yes and some things may be wrong but it has a point

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    Sat Dec 11 2004

    I found the first half of this movie to be well done and quite disturbing. The second half was maudlin and boring. By the end of it, I wanted to go find the mother of that marine and smack her one.

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    Thu Dec 09 2004

    I've seen two of Moore's movies and while he does bring up some interesting points in SOME things, he takes TOO MANY things out of context. Moore plays on Americans willingness to believe what is set before them. Heaven forbid some may actually do their own research and root out the truth in all of Moore's half-truths. Go online and type in THE 59 DECEITS OF FARENHEIT 9/11. It will shed some light on some of the facts that Moore reveals in his film. Also, try watching Celsius 41:11 or Farenhype 9/11. Both give differing views than Moore. GOD bless you all, America, and George W. Bush.

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    Wed Dec 08 2004

    It's not a documentary...

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    Tue Dec 07 2004

    You guys have to remember - Mike Moore is a filmmaker, an artist. Dubya is the President of the United States of America. Some of you think that Moore is distorting the public with this movie? Its a movie! Gee, I really think that Alien vs. Predator is really distorting people's view of the history of the planet! Bullstuff! Of course Dubya didn't go to war for political reasons - they are monetary reasons! The Carlyle Group has $800,000,000,000 invested in the American War Machine...hmmm. Who's in the Carlyle Group? the Suadi Binladen family, Texans+Bushes, Tony Blair...? This is too much! I was phyisically ill watching this movie (not just from seeing Moore on screen, either) but from the civilian causalties in Iraq. Oscar Wilde said,Patriotism is the virtue of the viscous. If you watched this movie and you were not touched deep down by the uncensored brutality of this war - then you are a true patriot!

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    Wed Nov 24 2004

    A Riefenstahl style of propaganda. A steaming pile of narcisistic crud. A dangerous abcess of lies thinly shrouded in truth. A film that can only be taken as truth by those that desperately need it to be true. Even my bleeding heart liberal dad felt it was misleading and shallow. A natural by-product of Dr. Spock's disasterous social experiment. A monument to Michael Moore's huge ego. other than that it was OK.

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    Fri Oct 29 2004

    A documentary - really? I thought it was more of a feature length cartoon. Ever heard of out of context creative editing? You know, like special effects. Manipulation. Get it? Or, do you really believe Superman can fly?

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    Wed Oct 27 2004

    good insight

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    Fri Oct 22 2004

    Try FahrenHYPE 9/11

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    Sat Oct 09 2004

    Good balance for television news viewers, but not well constructed. The film always takes the easy road.

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    Fri Oct 08 2004

    I rented this 2day and man I was dissapointed. The film was good but it was just like news talk. rom 9/11 to tday I could've listened to this on the news. IT also was a false film.

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    Tue Oct 05 2004

    This paints a very good picture of what our president is about. While, obviously, we have to take some of the things with a grain of salt, the majority of the accusations are backed up with facts and links on www.michaelmoore.com. Having a lot of family in the military, I would hate to see them give their lives for Bush's private little agendas. Please do not vote for Bush, there is no telling what he will do if he doesn't have to worry about getting elected again.

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    Mon Sep 06 2004

    Michael Moore is a rabid animal. Put him to sleep, please.

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    Sun Sep 05 2004

    lies, have you seen gearge bush talk about the men he sent to war, hardly a man who did it for political gain.

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    Sat Aug 21 2004

    First, I have to say that anyone who reviewed this movie who had not seen it is a complete moron. Second, this is a good movie no matter what your political opinion. Third, all documentaries have an angle, and America is smart enough to know that Moore is biased, and Moore knows that America knows it. When Moore says What was bush thinking? Was it, oh man, who screwed me? he isn't trying to get away with anything. It's just his opinion, and everyone knows it including him. So people need to get passed that. Look at the facts in this movie... take away every ounce of biase and you still have some shocking facts that people need to know and investigate for themselves before they go and vote... and as I said before, all of that aside, this is just a well put together movie.

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    Fri Aug 13 2004

    I don't have to watch a Michael Moore film or any major news network to confirm what I already think of George Bush. All I have to do is look at my own country and see that a convicted serial rapist (Iorworth Hoare) won 7million in a lottery win, students in serious debt, messed up travel and ask where my prime minister Tony Blair is to address these problems and realise hes too busy supporting a man who uses his power as an excuse to exploit and invade other countries that didn't pose a single threat to his in the first place. I don't have to ask myself if the war in Iraq was justified all I have to do is look at the death toll and the anger of many soldiers and their families who now question the mis-leading information they were given to invade a country. Whoever makes the choice not to see this film is obviously scared of certain facts that are being presented to them. Whilst I make it a habit to apologise for certain posts in the event of not offending anyone I won't be apolo... Read more

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    Thu Aug 12 2004

    It's muckraking...but it's first-class funny as hell muckraking. I love watching my pansy-president sit in front of children for several minutes (after he was told we were under attack) doing nothing. Talk about deer in the headlights. Did he care that he might be a target thus the children just might be in danger? Did he think to ask about his own family? It's just too easy taking shots at this guy. The movie was funny- and certainly far-reaching at times.

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    Tue Aug 10 2004

    Of course, like any other documentarian and activist, Moore misses the point from time to time, but for the most part, his three features were on the money. Fahrenheit 9/11 did make too much of the Unocal issue and was slightly off-base when it came to the number of children of Congressional members in military service (Moore said it was 1 when the number is actually around 4, which still means that less than 1% of Congressmen/women have children at risk of being in military harm's way: the interesting point Moore made in this regard is that not a single member of Congress he approached in terms of recruiting their children would give him the time of day. What great leaders we have who are willing to make the same sarifices the common people routinely do!). He did belabor some points that should have been left alone, but he did point out some damning facts that did not paint GWB in flattering colors, and for good reason. It was great that Moore included the now-famous eight minutes... Read more

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    Mon Aug 02 2004

    He really did win for the quality of the movie , I'm still in awe in how he strung together all that information seamlessly. At the end of the movie I felt really betrayed by the media who never covered these things and uses up news time by interviewing other talking heads on their opinions. Who cares? how about some facts!

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    Thu Jul 29 2004

    people that gave this movie a low rating obviously cant face the truth or are stupider than george w. bush.

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    Mon Jul 26 2004

    This should not be listed under documentary....purely fiction trying to be sold as truth to an unaware public.. lies, misrepresentation and deceitful editing techniques to get his blatantly weak points across...

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