farenhight 911?

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Registered: 03-18-2004
farenhight 911?
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Sat, 07-03-2004 - 9:08pm
I can't spell it but we just went to see it. I like michael moore and I thought it was a great film, tears streamed down my face. I am in the middle as far as republican and democrat, I lean democrat but this movie did not make me dislike Bush like some people said that it would, I just thought that it was interesting. Regardless of which 'side' you are on I definitly feel anyone could appreciate this film. My father saw it and he is a die hard republican. He is still voting for bush but he loved the documentary.

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In reply to: tierra200
Sun, 07-04-2004 - 8:22am
My only criticism of M. Moore is that he shows only one side of a topic -- his side. I would like his documentaries more if he would be a little less biased.


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In reply to: tierra200
Sun, 07-04-2004 - 11:25am
I kinda disagree. Bowling for Columbine was very non biased. Farenhight 911 was definitly a negative portrait of the bush administration but mostly it was simply critisizing the war. I think that he made good points. I see what you are saying but there were people from both sides of the administration speaking in this film. You can tell that he does not agree with bush but he did not only show his side. He kinda just said, "this is what happened and I don't like it."

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In reply to: tierra200
Tue, 07-06-2004 - 12:43pm
I saw it last night and thought is was very good. I really liked the way he fit his musical score with what was on the screen. I thought is was funny in a sad way...but don't want to get political here. It is a well put together piece of work.


Edited 7/6/2004 12:44 pm ET ET by baileyhouse
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In reply to: tierra200
Tue, 07-06-2004 - 8:53pm
" I thought it was funny in a sad way." What a wonderful way to describe this film!