Overall Rank: 4519
Average Rating: 2.6/4
# of Ratings: 242
Theatrical Release Date: 06/23/2004
MPAA Rating: PG
Director: Michael Moore
Actors: George W. Bush, Al Gore, Condoleezza Rice
Plot: A liberal look at the events of 9/11 and the role that the Bush administration played during and after the tragedy.
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Daniel Corleone - wrote on 03/29/2012
It starts with the voting process for presidency I which Gore and Bush go at it. Footage's from news reels, interviews were utilized with a few laughable insertions to make the Bush administration silly. Scenes from the so called war especially the innocent children killed were appalling. The director likewise shows young decapitated soldiers whose missions were not even clear to them. It’s gutsy how he even dared Senators to recruit their own children to go to war. Overall, Fahrenheit 9/11 was somewhat entertaining to make point about innocent civilians being killed in senseless battles, which was depicted clearly by the documentary with a touch of humor in it.
Snoogans - wrote on 12/08/2011
For a documentary that got so much buzz, I thought it would be better. I completely lost track of any point it was trying to make about halfway in. However, I did find quite a few thought proving things.
mitchellyoung - wrote on 08/11/2011
As contrived as Michael Moore's "documentary" style is, he does raise many clear and concise questions in this film. While I don't buy his more extreme conspiracy theories, the film is well-made and a good talking piece for sparking further political discussion.
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Yojimbo - wrote on 02/12/2012
The United States Of America is surely one of the most frustrating and downright baffling societies in the world. An inept dimwit gains power through the nepotism of his fat cat cronies, perverts the democratic process and steals a PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. He then uses a cowardly and barbaric attack on his country to provoke a climate of fear over his OWN VOTERS so he can take away their civil liberties and bomb two countries whose populations had NOTHING to do with it into the stone age in order to profit from the reconconstruction after the devastation HE caused. Not to mention the fact that many of the soldiers dying half a world away are the very disenfranchised poor who had their votes stolen from them. And what do the American people (with the exception of a few egg throwers on …
Franz Patrick - wrote on 12/24/2007
Bush and bin Laden are not exactly enemies. In fact, they have more similarities than most people think. This film is a propaganda, no doubt about it, but one can't deny that this documentary is engaging, emotionally gripping, and never ceases to amuse. Those who automatically reject Michael Moore's films without even seeing them once are at a loss. Personally, I prefer documentaries with a flair for the dramatic instead of a fact-driven, dull machine because it stirs up my emotions. That way, I am better able at evaluating certain arguments. To be reminded by Bush's nightmare of a regime is nice because the election is nearing. You can bet your bottom dollar that, if I do end up voting, I'll be voting for the other man (or woman). I've seen this picture multiple times but I find …
TheWolf - wrote on 07/30/2007
Complete and utter garbage. Now I am not sticking up for Bush by any means, the man has proven on more than one occasion that he is not the sharpest knife in the drawer, but Michael Moore is one of the most biased movie makers ever. He can take anything that you say or do and completely make it either seem out of context, or pin you as the bad guy, and this is the benefit of film editing. You see what he wants you to see, and unfortunatley because this movie comes from a man that is so far left wing that it makes it impossible to tell how much research actually went into his claims other than by digging through each of the pieces that he used and trying to find the whole story yourself.
While I thought Bowling for Columbine was a decent movie, (it being the first Moore movie I have …
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