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Written on: 08/10/2008 by jackbenson (4 reviews written)
This shouldn't be classified as documentary for it failed to do just that "DOCUMENT". The film is overly dramatic and in many occasion it was emotionally exaggerated. Schindler's List is the better documentary film that is added with drama without overdoing it… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/11/2004 by steerpyke (6 reviews written)
Fahrenheit 9/11 - Michael Moore is a controversial figure, a political activist in the guise of a film-maker, a voice in the crowd in these days when the little people rarely get heard. I must admit that I loved Bowling For Columbine, a film that examines the American love affair with the gun, a straight forward attack on the laws and policy, as well as the attitudes in modern day America that make guns so prevalent. With 9/11 he is on more dangerous territory, they say don't discuss politics… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/07/2004 by Mindy (82 reviews written)
Fahrenheit 9/11 - I have a lot of time and respect for Michael Moore, not only for his willingness to stand up and express things that need to be said about society but also for the quality of his work. He's very very good about saying very controvertial things and backing them up with good, solid facts. Most of Fahrenheit 9/11 lives up to his previous standards.
Although the film itself is very different from previous offerings both on TV and film in that Moore barely makes an appearance… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/07/2004 by higaara (5 reviews written)
Fahrenheit 9/11 - This is Michael Moore's 3rd (as far as I know of) documentary. It is also his best yet. Michael Moore has the ability to make a documentary enjoyable as well as factual. I would recommend this to anyone… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/07/2004 by paulwalteruk (1 review written)
Fahrenheit 9/11 (18) - I expected to be alone in the cinema with a handful of anoraks at one of the first screenings in the UK of this film. In fact, there was a queue to get in and the theatre was full, with lots of 18-30 year olds who sat in wrapt silence throughout.
This film is one of the first plausible, if questionable, explanations, of the Bush election and presidency that I have seen. It was brilliantly put together and had some very funny parts. I particularly liked the old style… Read Full Review
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Written by Miccy80
" Watched this last weekend... " Read More
Written by dennispj
" This film 'Rent A Rasta' is great and right on time for me, as I ha... " Read More
Written by casey18735
" Great documentary - My left foot - A must see for film lover " Read More
Written by mygster
" I can't express how much i enjoyed this film. To actually see what... " Read More
Written by hotttie