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Full Coverage: Fahrenheit 9/11

Full Coverage
Fahrenheit 9/11

Stateside: Rosalea Reviews Fahrenheit 9/11 - There's a point during Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 when I felt like I was watching a BBC costume drama. You know the type - with the rich and powerful family entertaining their rich and powerful friends amid the glitter of candlelight reflecting off crystal. ... See... Stateside: Film Review - Fahrenheit 9/11


Everybody Is Talking About Fahrenheit 9/11

- Daniel Patrick Welch - It's funny. I'd seen all this stuff before -- I mean it isn't as if there was anything really new here for anyone who's been paying attention for the past few years. And yet, I cried. See... Good for Business, Bad for the People

- Tom Flocco - Michael Moore’s controversial new movie Fahrenheit 9-11 was completely blacked out in densely Republican vote-heavy Delaware county and faced near total censorship in the fifth largest U.S. market -- Philadelphia and its Delaware Valley suburbs. See… UQ Wire: Fahrenheit 911 Censored In GOP Stronghold

- William Rivers Pitt - Screens in Bartlett, Chattanooga, Jackson, Knoxville and Memphis, Tennessee will be showing it. Screens in Layton and West Jordan, Utah will be showing it. If you find yourself in Leawood, Merriam, Shawnee or Wichita, Kansas, you can see it. See... UQ Wire: Thank You, Michael Moore

- Genevieve Cora Fraser - If you find yourself humming the Buffalo Springfield 1960s tune, ''Something happening here, what it is ain't exactly clear'' these days, Fahrenheit 9/11 is a Must See. See… Genevieve Cora Fraser: Moore Turns the Heat Up

- Top Dog - The entire crew here at the pound have now seen it. This is Dogskinreport.com brought to the silver screen. Fahrenheit 9/11 is the ''Hearts and Minds'' of the Iraq War generation. See... Dog Skin Report: The Fahrenheit 9/11 Posts

- Sonia Nettnin - Michael Moore’s FAHRENHEIT 09/11 is a dramatic examination of George W. Bush’s words and actions before and during his presidency. Also, his documentary investigates the business relations among the Bush family, their friends and the Saudi royal family. See... Sonia Nettnin: Review - Fahrenheit 9/11

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