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Fahrenhype 9/11 (2004)

Cast: Dick Morris, Zell Miller, Ed Koch, more...
Director: Alan Peterson
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Studio: Trinity Home Entertainment
Genre: Documentary, Political & Social Issues, Conspiracies
Running Time: 75 min.

"America is asking if Fahrenheit 9/11 is a healthy dose of dissent, or shameful cowardice. If Moore really believes what he says, or if it's all about the money. Fahrenhype 9/11 plunges a big needle deep into Moore's methods and answers these questions, drawing both blood and bile. See how America has been lied to about the cause of 9/11. Lied to about the truth of Islamic fascism. Lied to about how best to make America safe. Find out who's pulling the strings - is Moore the puppet master, or the marionette? Hear from the people who found themselves in Fahrenheit 9/11, and feel betrayed." -- official synopsis

GreenCine Member Reviews

Interesting but less then impressive by ktoley July 22, 2005 - 3:51 PM PDT
5 out of 5 members found this review helpful
The documentary brings up a few good points but does not actually directly address or rebut many of Moore's claims.
Most of the speakers use a lot of creative adjectives to express their opinions but there is little citing of sources for their claims. Granted Moore tends to impose his opinion and interpretation of facts based on the sources and footage he presents but he does tend to let you know where you can verify some of that data. I was kinda let down by how little this documentary actually attacked with verifiable facts. There was a lot of "Moore suggests" or "Moor implies" as apposed to Moore actually said "X" and "this is wrong as Y document shows." The director seemed to try to mimic Moore's filming style but did not really do a good job.

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(Average 2.84)
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