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Fahrenheit 11/9

Fahrenheit 11/9 is a movie starring Jim Acosta, Roger Ailes, and Brooke Baldwin. Filmmaker Michael Moore examines the current state of American politics, particularly the Donald Trump presidency and gun violence, while highlighting...

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華氏11/9, 華氏119
Running Time
2 hours 8 minutes
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Michael Moore
Michael Moore
Roger Ailes, Brooke Baldwin, Ashleigh Banfield, Jim Acosta
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Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
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Filmmaker Michael Moore examines the current state of American politics, particularly the Donald Trump presidency and gun violence, while highlighting the power of grassroots democratic movements.

Comments about documentary «Fahrenheit 11/9» (13)

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Roger G.

We are going to have a conversation about the movie, and then we're going to have another one about the movie. And if that happens you will know exactly how the movie ends. The movie starts with some sort of a rough editing and a quick shot of the camera in a POV (point of view) from the camera on the terrorist, and then it cuts to the "more" people, but this time we are talking about the main characters. We are talking about the "real" people in the story, the main character in the movie, who is not so much the guy from the band. The film is a little slow, but it has some good and entertaining moments. The cinematography is good, and the music is great. So in short: I liked the movie, but it is not a good movie. I don't think that it is a masterpiece, but it is a good movie, and I think it is a great movie. I don't know how many people would like it, but I think it is a good movie.

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Linda M.

Michael Moore is one of the most intelligent and most honest film-makers around. This film proves that to be true. It is a riveting story of how the media in America is destroying the country and destroying the American dream. From a documentary standpoint, this is an amazing piece of work. I think that Moore did a great job in building this film around the theme of the media. The interviewees are all great people, and they all have their own stories to tell. There is a lot of really smart talking that takes place about the media and what they are doing to the country. This is an incredibly important documentary and I highly recommend it. The film is powerful and powerful is not a word that is used in this film. I was surprised by how many times I heard it used. I would have expected to hear it a lot more in this film. The movie is based on a true story, so it's not a real story, but it does have some truth behind it. If you are interested in a movie that will have you thinking, it's definitely worth seeing.

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I think that this is one of the most "under-appreciated" films that I've ever seen. I've seen it at least once a year since 1999, and each time I'm amazed at how good it is. The film is so good that you can't take your eyes off of it. And as a kid, I've loved it. It's so funny, so dramatic, so absurd, so off-the-wall, and just so "dirty" that you can't take your eyes off of it. It's like a "R" movie, but without the big explosions and gratuitous sex. I think that it's the funniest film that I've ever seen, and I've seen it at least 20 times since 1999. The thing that I like about it is that it makes you laugh, and it makes you think, but most of all, it makes you think about what it's really like to be an American in a foreign country. This is a movie that should be shown at every school in America, because it is an amazing film. In the end, Fahrenheit 11/9 is about freedom, and it's about the meaning of life. This is a great movie. And, if you're a fan of Michael Moore, you'll love this film. If you're not, you might love it, but it's not as good as it could be.

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Fahrenheit 11/9 is a great documentary about the recent movie adaptation of Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury. It's funny, sad, funny, sad. I don't think I've ever laughed so hard while watching a movie. The film was written by Bradbury and Isaac Asimov, and it was directed by Christopher Nolan. It stars George Clooney as Fahrenheit 451, and Ben Affleck as Ray Bradbury. It was also the first movie adaptation of Fahrenheit 451, the book by Ray Bradbury, which is one of my favorite books of all time. I was skeptical when I first heard that they were going to adapt the book. I mean, I don't know how many times I've read the book, but I've always been skeptical. This movie did a wonderful job of taking the book and adapting it to a new medium. I was impressed with the movie. I don't know how many times I've seen it, but I've been shocked at how good it is. The cast of characters is fantastic. Bradbury is portrayed brilliantly. I love this movie. I hope you will also enjoy it. I would recommend it to anyone who likes the book Fahrenheit 451, and/or anyone who loves a good movie. It's worth watching.

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This documentary about the controversy over the film "Flushed Away" (a play on the name of the 1977 film "Flooded" starring Don Johnson) is very well done and insightful. It is a very impressive documentary that shows how many in the film industry responded to the controversy that arose over the film. It is not just the movie, but the controversy that stemmed from the film, and it is very well handled. This is an excellent film that deserves a lot of credit for it's excellence. I highly recommend it. I also recommend the documentary, "The Girl Who Knew Too Much", also made by the same director, to anyone who is interested in this film.

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Craig B.

This is an extremely difficult documentary to watch, because you see it from the perspective of one of the most unsympathetic and cynical anti-war activists in the world today, Tom Seymore Hoffman. The documentary is about Hoffman's attempt to make a documentary about the war in Iraq, based on the footage he has taken, and interviews with people who have actually seen or met people in the country, and has some great footage of his tour around the country, and even footage of the war itself. It is, in many ways, the polar opposite of what I expected it to be. Hoffman is an anti-war activist and film-maker, and, as such, he doesn't want to be a propagandist, he wants to show the real things, the "bad" things, and try to get people to understand why the war is so bad. He wants to tell the truth, but he doesn't want to make a documentary. He wants to put people in the shoes of the people who are being manipulated and lied to. The reason I love this documentary is because it's so clearly about the problems of the war in Iraq. Hoffman shows that there are many different people, who are being manipulated and lied to by the government, who are using these images, to help them control the people, and to make the people feel more comfortable in their lives. This is, by far, the most disturbing aspect of the film. Tom's story, and his purpose in doing this documentary, is very disturbing, and it's amazing to watch him go through such a difficult and difficult time, to get his point across. It's also very heartening to see that there are people, who are not happy with the war in Iraq, who are showing their anger and disgust at it, by not having the support of the government, but by having no government support at all. The war in Iraq is, by far, one of the most expensive and wasteful wars in the world. The money that the government is wasting, on war, is money that could be spent on something else. The film is very well made, and it's one of the most depressing and disturbing documentaries I have ever seen, because it shows how destructive and destructive the war is, and how a country can be destroyed by the policies that they follow, and the actions that they take, to try and control their people. It's also an interesting and emotional documentary, because it shows that even though Tom has an agenda, and is a great documentary maker, that he is not an activist, and doesn't want to get involved in politics. He's not a radical, he's just trying to tell the truth, and get the facts straight. This is a very important documentary that should be watched, because it shows how the people in the country are being manipulated by the government, and by the people who are trying to control them, and to control them, they are using the media, and the propaganda they put out. It's also an important documentary because it shows how the people are being manipulated by the government, and the government is the main enemy of the people, in the film, which is a very disturbing thing to see. The film also shows how the government is lying to the people about the war, and it shows how the government is using the media to lie to the people, and the media is also a major enemy of the

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If you're interested in the whole series of the notorious "Tunnel Rats" then this is a must see. A great documentary, which makes you feel as if you are there. No easy tricks, but you feel as if you're there. If you are interested in the "Watershed" series, you should definitely watch this. It's more of a retrospective look on what happened in the 90's. If you're a fan of the movie or the "Tunnel Rats", then you should definitely watch this. It's a great documentary.

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How does one describe a man who is truly a hero? Fahrenheit 9/11 shows how the man who we all love was actually a villain. The man who is now known as "The Terrorist" George W. Bush is shown in a variety of ways. Some of the footage shown is disturbing, but it is important to show the other side of George W. Bush. When he was the governor of Texas, he made it a priority to cut funding to Planned Parenthood, one of the largest abortion providers in the United States. His record on other issues is also very troubling. He was the first president in U.S. history to be born on Christmas. He wanted to defund the National Endowment for the Arts. And, he called homosexuality a "vile and detestable" behavior, which is an absolute contradiction. The most shocking part of the film is that George W. Bush himself is shown as a psychopath. It is clear that he is a deeply disturbed individual. The film is a wonderful story of how a man who had a promising career as a journalist turned out to be a cold-blooded murderer. It is not an easy film to watch. It is one of the most shocking and brutal films ever made. I give it an 8/10.

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Joyce W.

So, you've seen the trailer for Fahrenheit 911. So, what do you do? You turn the TV on, and enjoy the incredible special effects and a great story. If you're like me, you may find yourself laughing out loud a few times. But, there is also a story here. This movie is about the story of how a group of journalists in the US went to the Middle East to document a news story. But, in the middle of the story, they were ordered by the military to kill an innocent man. That man's name was Ahmed Chalabi, and he was a member of the Iraqi Communist Party. So, the journalists had to decide what to do. They chose to kill him. But, there is more to this story. The director did a great job of showing how the military and the media worked together to get the story out, but, they also showed how the media and the military tried to manipulate the public opinion. This movie is definitely worth watching. I will admit that there were a few moments that made me laugh out loud, but, overall, I think the story is great and it will be interesting to watch. It is a good movie to watch when you are tired from all of the news lately. If you are a fan of Michael Moore, you will like this movie, as well.

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Maria Matthews

I did not think the film was at all like the book, and I think it was because of the over use of George Bush's voice. When he was in office, he said "under God" on more than one occasion. I know it sounds like a cheap political stunt, but if Bush was going to say "under God" on a lot of occasions, why didn't he just say it like he did in the book? I understand he was in office for six years, but I think he should have said it in the movie, and I think it would have made the movie more exciting. I think the movie should have been called "Bush 3: Under God." I agree that it was more enjoyable to watch a film that has more of the characters coming to life and have their voices over the voices of the previous Bush. I think the movie is very good. I would recommend it to anyone who likes a good political film.

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Kathleen F.

The thing that sets Fahrenheit so far above other anti-Bush movies is the fact that Fahrenheit is a parody, as opposed to a satire. This movie is definitely NOT about Bush, but rather the hypocrisy that we have seen over the last eight years, and the harm that has been done to our country. It is very funny, but it is also very thought-provoking. Fahrenheit 11/9 is a fantastic movie that has a lot to offer, and you will love it. I rate this film 7/10.

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Gary Schneider

If you want to see a film that explores the horrors of the Gulf War and the political ramifications of the war, see Fahrenheit 9/11. The film follows reporter Michael Hastings as he tries to uncover the details of what really happened in Iraq. The film is a good portrayal of the events and it is well worth seeing.

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I liked the documentary because it was well written and well filmed. It took a lot of time to get the facts straight, but overall it was a good documentary about a guy who wasn't as great as he was made out to be. If you want to see the true story of Tom Hanks you can look at the movie Fahrenheit 911. It's not as good as the real thing but it's not bad. It's just not as good as it was made out to be. I thought the documentary was entertaining and it was nice to see the real thing. The reason I thought it was entertaining is because it was true. It's just that it was not that good.