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Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004)

Fahrenheit 9/11
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Ben Affleck Ben Affleck
Stevie Wonder Stevie Wonder
George W. Bush George W. Bush
James Baker III James Baker III
Tom Daschle Tom Daschle
Jeffrey Toobin Jeffrey Toobin
Al Gore Al Gore

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Michael Moore Michael Moore
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3 years, 2 months ago at Aug 8 13:39
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Since I really loved ‘Bowling for Columbine’, I was really eager to check Michael Moore’s following directing effort. From a box-office point of view, this movie was a huge success. Indeed, it was the first ever documentary to cross the $100 million mark in the United States (it might still be the most successful documentary ever made but I’m not really sure about this). In fact, this trem... read more


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One of the most accurate, realistic and informed documentaries that promote enlightening the negative consequences of war.
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Description: Michael Moore hopes this documentary will help convince millions of Americans that President George W. Bush and his closest advisors have taken ordinary citizens on a dangerous ride while increasing their own power and padding their own pocketbooks. Unlike the ridiculously phony approaches of some television and radio stations that claim to be objective, Moore is up-front about where he's coming from. He calls this film an "op-ed." And he also says it's a comedy. But the issues he covers and their ramifications for American life are deadly serious. One of Moore's premises is that the Bush administration has been muc ... (more)
Release date: 25 June 2004
UPC: 043396086708
Tags: Documentary (45), Political (13), 2004 (11), Comedy (10), 2000s (8), Politics (7), Propaganda (7), Terrorism (7), Usa (7), Michael Moore (6), War (6), (5), Activism (5), Saudi Arabia (4), Texas (4), Ethics (3), Machine Gun (3), African American (3), Expose (3), Presidential Campaign (3)
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