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GathrFilms | Release Date: September 21, 2018
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tropicAcesSep 23, 2018
I see a lot of 10s and a lot of 0s on here, as to be expected, but truth is this film is in the center. Moore raises a few good points but nearly contradicts his others, and the pacing and aim are all over the place.
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eberman123Sep 25, 2018
This man sure makes a good movie. I did think it was fine, but not great. That said what has happened and shown to the world in reality is entertaining enough. You only need to flip on the TV to witness the spectacle in front of our eyers.
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TuneisonSep 22, 2018
Fahrenheit 11/9 was a decent effort from Michael Moore. It isn't as good as his earlier works but, still shows some talent. The story is very well written and, it's very well researched. The big problem is it is hampered by how poorly pacedFahrenheit 11/9 was a decent effort from Michael Moore. It isn't as good as his earlier works but, still shows some talent. The story is very well written and, it's very well researched. The big problem is it is hampered by how poorly paced it is. Don't get me wrong, it's still watchable but, I wish it could've been more tightly paced. Expand
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AxeTSep 25, 2018
Hypocrite Hippopotamus is a radical bomb thrower with crackpot politics but also a gifted filmmaker who makes assured entertaining populist docs on important and emotionally charged subjects, which is why it's surprising this outing is soHypocrite Hippopotamus is a radical bomb thrower with crackpot politics but also a gifted filmmaker who makes assured entertaining populist docs on important and emotionally charged subjects, which is why it's surprising this outing is so scattered and structurally flawed. His hometown Flint, the base that started his whole career, eats up way too much time and no matter how much it ties into his own artistic legacy or personally compelling he thinks it is it's off topic. His telling here of how Trump got into the presidential race is a completely different story from what venerable PBS documentary series "Frontline" reported, among others presumably, so what's the truth? Alternative facts? The FACT is any story, any complex truth, can have alternative facts because practically no story is ever told in complete totality and from all points of view, which sheds light on the fact this documentary and nearly all news reporting is highly editorial, meaning you get only what they want you to know from the actual whole story. A prime example in this thing is his dumb ignorant gloss over of the Electoral College, which if he had any true understanding of he wouldn't make his shallow foolish point and for that matter he would not be on the far left to begin with!

You have to give it to Michael Moore though, he's an equal opportunity offender and doesn't hold back in trashing both sides and leaving scorched earth in his personally large wake which will mostly offend in all directions (Funny, isn't that what he accuses Trump supporters of?) while still delivering more laughs than most silly Hollywood comedies.
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TVJerryOct 2, 2018
Michael Moore's latest feels like my Facebook feed with friends ranting about politics and POTUS. A lot of the content is news we've witnessed, but Moore has organized it in an attempt to explore why the election went the way it did. There'sMichael Moore's latest feels like my Facebook feed with friends ranting about politics and POTUS. A lot of the content is news we've witnessed, but Moore has organized it in an attempt to explore why the election went the way it did. There's also a large amount of time spent detailing the water crisis in Moore's hometown of Flint, as he tries to draw larger parallels to what's wrong with the nation as a whole. A few surprising revelations and some encouraging developments keep it interesting. Overall the doc rambles too much and stretches some issues to the point of tedium. I left the theatre feeling deflated and defeated about our country's future. Expand
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RobE_inSFOct 2, 2018
Setting aside the subject matter, i.e., the train wreck that is our current government and the coming downfall of our democracy, Michael Moore's latest movie is a not entirely coherent jumble of bad, depressing and sometimes weird sh*t that'sSetting aside the subject matter, i.e., the train wreck that is our current government and the coming downfall of our democracy, Michael Moore's latest movie is a not entirely coherent jumble of bad, depressing and sometimes weird sh*t that's happened over the past few years and then some. Intermittently, Moore sprinkles in some hope for good measure, of people who out there standing up to the corruption and making a difference. But Moore never establishes a story or coherent thread to bring all of the disparate pieces of his documentary together, leaving us with an end result that is very unsatisfying. One feels that Moore just couldn't get his act together to make his release timing deadline and that this movie is really not a finished product. Too bad. Expand
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