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Fahrenheit 9/11, Documentary, 2004 IMDB

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sixcyl FR

2006-11-10 18:26

excellent movie :king:

I love very much Michael Moore works ! ... enjoying and very smart face of another USA, modern and humanist ! ;)

Bebert FR

2006-11-10 20:30

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landrover1 AR

2006-11-10 21:29

one of the best anti-war movies and obviusly a great work of michael moore after ''bowling for columbine'', another interesting documental.
i know he is working in a new movie called ''sicko'' right now
www.michaelmoore.com

Ddey65 US

2006-11-10 23:59

This movie is as factual as "Triumph of the Will!" Having said that, if I see a car or truck that I recognize, I'm still going to indentify it if nobody else has.



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maruti800 IN

2006-11-11 11:08

yeah this is a gr8 movie. I am eagerly waiting for the sequel next year.

landrover1 AR

2006-11-11 20:17

maruti800 wrote yeah this is a gr8 movie. I am eagerly waiting for the sequel next year.

me too
im sure michael is gonna make a big hit again.

Ddey65 US

2011-03-13 16:03

Do you people have any idea how much of a load of B.S. this movie truly is? And "Sicko" was just as much of a crock.



shlc647 US

2016-02-16 18:21

Ddey65 wrote Do you people have any idea how much of a load of B.S. this movie truly is? And "Sicko" was just as much of a crock.





I know how much of a load it is and it is a lot.

chicomarx BE

2016-02-17 01:45

Christopher Hitchens took this movie apart: Link to "www.slate.com"

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