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Fahrenheit 9/11
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Directed By
Michael Moore

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George W. Bush

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Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004)
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Movie Review by Joe
October 15th, 2006

I rated this movie 2 1/2 stars because it's exactly half of 5. Half like how the news takes events of the world and only delivers half of the real story, with the other half being their certain political party influence on it.

Even though Fahrenheit 9/11 is hailed as exclusively true, I've come to realize that there is no really true news. Everything has a slant on it, depending on the person/company who is doing the news. Be you Republican, Democrat, Independent...everything in the news will have a slant towards your particular party.

As a Democrat, I should say that this movie was exceptional, but even I noticed the one-sided slant towards everything. Moore, even though he delivered quite a powerful and provocative film, slanted everything towards making Bush seem like an idiot (albeit, it didn't have to take much effort on Moore's part most of the time), but the thing that got me the most was when he interviewed the army who was in Iraq. I know firsthand that there are several soldiers who are proud to be in Iraq granting freedom to the country, and there are the Iraqi people who are exceptionally thankful to America for liberating them. Moore focused on the negative, interviewing soldiers who wondered why they were there and found footage of Iraqi people who were outraged that America was there.

As always, there are two sides to every story.

Britney Spears: I think we should just trust our president in every decision that he makes and we should just support that.

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