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Funny, frightening, moving, and absolutely incindiary, Fahrenheit 911 is the must-see film of this year. Whether you love President Bush or despise him, you simply have to hear what Moore has to say about this sitting president and the war in Iraq. Moore's talents as a filmmaker are considerable and his use of humorous editorial intercut with actual footage is devastatingly effective. He makes no bones about the fact that this is in no way a balanced film. The film reflects his strong opinions: the facts are all true, but he has edited the material in a way to support his position. Funniest moments: Paul Wolfowitz licking his comb and spitting into his hands before he styles his hair for an on-camera appearance, John Ashcroft belting out "Where the Eagle Soars," a song he wrote, and the congressman yelling "no, no, no!" as he runs to get away from Moore's attempt to talk to him about having more congressmen's children enlist for the war in Iraq.
Release Date: June 25, 2004
Company: Lions Gate Films
Tagline: Controversy?...What Controversy?
Cast: Michael Moore, George W. Bush
Director: Michael Moore
Screenwriters: Michael Moore
MPAA Rating: R, for violent and disturbing images and for language
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