In the movie, Moore presents everything in a very special way to illicit the maximum response and he has admitted that this movie is made to change the viewers mind. This paper is solely designed to discredit Michael Moore and his gang of communist supporters. Again, Moore had a great chance at making a critical documentary. It doesn't really accomplish that which it sets out to, because it never really finishes its job. If he would have rushed out and caused a panic with all of these children he would have been in the same exact situation only with panicked children and teachers. Which version do ya'll agree with? Clearly a liberal who supported John Kerry and Michael Moore. However, anyone who rates Fahrenheit as high and rates Fahrenhype as low, is not being fair.
The sad fact is there is a growing number of Americans who are willing to cast their precious votes based on the distorted opinions of a proved liar, or the candidate of their favorite Hollywood star or rock band, and get their news for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, who continually discloses to them that he is not a real journalist rather than truly taking the time to educate themselves about the issues, and the facts. In all, 142 Saudis, including 24 members of the bin Laden family, were allowed to leave the country. Although the above list is lengthy, I've not covered every rebuttal in the film. She helped to clear many kook misunderstandings about that morning. Damon lost a limb in a mechanical accident that also killed a soldier he knew. I hate to say it, but when it comes to political humor, Moore's cheap-shots are feather-light compared to Silver's and Morris' and Coulter's. Supporters of the Patriot Act say the additional power given to the government is worth it if we catch terrorists, while Libertarians question how long before innocent people are rounded up.
Adults are supposed to approve and accept this kind of infantile namecalling? It was great because it was the truth, the different lies that Micheal Moore spread, in the newspaper articles and how the people in his movie didn't have full consent, as well as some of the facts that Michael Moore either lied or misconstrued. Secretary of Defense David Frum, and the former adviser to Bill Clinton Dick Morris--of whom Time magazine had some very nice things to say--among others. They detail things you may have missed in the news. Michael Moore is childish, foolish, and uses corruption and other horrible means to get a point across to the public - a completely false point - so he can make some money. What do you think of the deal with Bush being buddy buddy with the Royal Family, and the whole deal with not being able to help out Haliburton so Cheney and Bush could reserve their oil? Moore by Jim Emerson August 2, 2004 Interviewees: Dick Morris, , Ann Coulter, David Frum, Ed Koch, Frank Gaffney, Steve Emerson, Peter King, Zell Miller, Dave Kopel, David Hardy, , Bill Sammon. To a certain degree, it is.
The paper called for suicide bombers to attack us. But that doesn't mean that there's some kind of massive terrorist threat. They explain many things that Michael Moore conveniently left out, which would have severely hampered his movie. Controversy was generated in Chicago when a student from the had publicized an election night party and showing of the documentary in the bar area of a theater, after the offer was rescinded by theater management. There are interviews with people who were used in Moore's film. Overstock spokesman Scott Blevins said the company viewed it as an opportunity to support a hometown filmmaker. Thank you, Dick Morris et al, for taking the time to put the facts and context back into view.
It's a strategy Moore repeatedly uses, and hardly is there an opportunity for people to see that technique exposed. While I admit they do both have bias, Michael Moore has more bias in his movie by far. So, if you support the Michael Moore's of this world you are my enemy and the enemy of the United States. There are useful appearances, however. Moore believes Bush was uncannily nervous and didn't know how to handle the situation without his top aides at his side, while his supporters say he did the only thing a president could do at a time like that. First off - I'm not a republican.
The good people who made Fahrenhype 911 deserve your respect and support. But perhaps President Bush could or should have remained calm while not taking the five minutes he did to sit in that chair unable to do anything. Perhaps men like Michael Moore are not as pious as we were lead to believe? A not-publicized item is the fact that due to the Patriot Act, an attempt to blow up the Brooklyn Bridge was thwarted. Hardy, explains how Moore's editing techniques are used to manipulate his points. Do you not like what I wrote, Susan Sarandon? Its cast of traditional documentary-style talking heads includes Jason Clarke and David T.
In this movie, however, his vendetta against the Bush administration mainly because of the loss of Gore in 2000 has clouded his fact finding ability, even though he was on the campaign team for Ralph Nader. The biggest star of the documentary is the now famed Dick Morris, former political consultant to Bill Clinton and now Fox News contributor and major Clinton enemy. The climax came when interviewees from Fahrenheit talked about how the things they said in Fahrenheit were taken out of context, and about how they never even suspected they were going to be in an anti-Bush film. Whenever the system identified a possible threat, the only thing airport security could do was make sure that the luggage was checked with the passenger, not stowed away. They have a whole array of people who are dismayed at him, and his blatant misuse of them, their families, and the words that come out of their mouth. Instead he remained calm for 5 not 7 minutes while the children finished the book. Hardly a speech to his rich constituents.
All in all, if you want more facts and consider yourself a free thinking individual that doesn't blindly follow party rhetoric - then you might enjoy this film. He also stated he was not told this was for a Michael Moore theatrically released film. It's like you're sitting and talking with these people over coffee incidentally, Dick Morris does have a coffee cup in some of his segments. In Moore's film you hear Bush tell the crowd that while others call them elite he calls them his base. Michael Moore believes the president should have reacted immediately and rushed out of the classroom. Is someone I can take as truthful. The Most important part I think is the interview with the injured war veteran who also appeared on Moore's movie except in that case it was out of context and without his permission.
Please share any and all opinions. But overall it's a very strong counter-portrayal of America as a land of proud, generous people, as opposed to Moore's apparent view of us all as greedy, bloodthirsty cretins. And neither does Georgia Democratic Senator Zell Miller, a new favorite figure by conservatives used to show how even Democrats are being turned off by their own party. He was calm, collective and took steps to avoid panic. This movie is another great retort to Michael Moore's collection of ramblings. It never passes their lips. As he actually worked for the Clinton administration as a head executive.