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F911Fahrenheit 9/11 (Michel Moore movie)
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The Weinsteins' acquisition of the flick marks a re-teaming of the trio, as Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 , about the aftermath of the September 11 terrorist attacks, was also distributed by them (and set a $200 million [Dh734 million] worldwide record for the biggest-grossing documentary of all time).
Like his earlier films - Fahrenheit 9/11, Sicko and Bowling For Columbine - it may be big on entertainment but, boy, is it light on balance.
Washington, Dec 24 (ANI): Former New Zealand Helen Clark has alleged that the US Embassy in Wellington used "outright bullying" and "unprofessional" conduct in complaining when the ruling Labour Party held a fundraising screening of Michael Moore's film Fahrenheit 9/11.
com After tackling US gun laws in Bowling For Columbine, George W Bush and the War on Terror in Fahrenheit 9/11 and the American health system in Sicko, Michael Moore's latest documentary attempts to get to the bottom of the global economic meltdown.
Films include Black Exodus, Air Force One, Black Sunday, Rambo, Hostage, Die Hard, Fahrenheit 9/11, and United 93.
Fahrenheit 9/11 director Moore's movie is one of 23 titles up for the Golden Lion award.
Fahrenheit 9/11 quickly became the biggest box office draw of any documentary film.
health care industry to task in much the same manner as Fahrenheit 9/11 dealt with George W.
The other documentary, An Unreasonable Man, completes an unlikely movie trilogy that includes Fahrenheit 9/11 and An Inconvenient Truth.
In Chapter 2, "The Anatomy of Fahrenheit 9/11," Toplin provides a concise, tightly woven analysis of Moore's filmmaking technique, paying particular attention to the seven comic approaches he uses, which include: "The Comic Investigator," "The Outtake," and "The Amusing Yet Revealing Quote.
Then, in 2004, Moore released his piece de resistance, Fahrenheit 9/11, a funny, sick-making, devastating answer to Bush administration's responses to the 9/11 attacks, including especially the invasion of Iraq.