Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004)
Pssst, want to check out Fahrenheit 9/11 in our new look?
See all comments
"The good news is that no matter what it costs, the government will pay you."
quite interesting.. at least it was really incisive when it was released. It has a good point of view.
I respect Michael Moore infinitely as a filmmaker (Bowling for Columbine is a very good film) but I feel like he just got so fired up about this project that he was far too biased. I kept track during the film and he only interviewed one Republican compared to about 6 or 7 Democrats. What happened to balance in our country? While he said that he didn't want to see Lila Lipscomb suffer anymore, he didn't neglect to keep the camera on her as she was bent over in pain, crying over the loss of her son. Again, respect the man as a filmmaker, but his unwillingness to see the other side and the sensationalism he uses is just ridiculous
to see which of your friends have seen this movie!
In 9 official lists
View all lists this movie is in
This movie ranks #77 in Cannes Film Festival - Palme d'Or
This movie ranks #93 in Tim Dirks's 100+ Most Controversial Films of All-Time
This movie ranks #118 in Sight & Sound's The Greatest Documentaries of All Time
This movie ranks #308 in The Guardian's 1000 Films to See Before You Die
This movie ranks #315 in Time Out's 1000 Films to Change Your Life
This movie ranks #318 in TSPDT's 21st Century's Most Acclaimed Films
This movie ranks #504 in Mark Cousins's The Story of Film: An Odyssey
This movie ranks #710 in Box Office Mojo's All Time Adjusted Box Office
This movie ranks #716 in Box Office Mojo's All Time Worldwide Box Office