|June 22, 2004|
you planning on seeing the movie Farhenheit 9/11?
I'm not planning on seeing it. Left or Right Propoganda is not my cup of tea. If I'm wanting to watch something political, I'll watch CNN or something. I'm not going to waste my money on an idiot with a camera and a bunch of blown up ideas. Everyone has their right to express their views, including M. Moore, and my views are that he's a bone-head that won't be happy unless a democrat is in office. Notice he didn't have anything scathing to say about the Clinton administration and Clinton's infidelity in general. Yep, like I said... bone-head.
No. I already dislike Bush, so there's no real point. When I have time to see a movie, I'll see something entertaining.
I was thinking
about it...after all, I think it is a good thing if it provokes a political
Yes even thought I do think Michael Moore can get over the top wiith his POV.
No. Anyway, I thought it was a book.
moore is guy who has too much freedom of speech. he twists things in most
spectacular ways and uninformed people just eat it up instead of researching
for themselves because society is completely lazy, including myself.
he has some truth just like all the rest of the people but the rest is
bullshit. he is getting rich off of stupid people just like the rest of
No. I'm not voting for Bush, but I'm allergic to dramatic bias (as in propaganda). I am following the reviews and controversy over the phenomenon as part of Electronic Electioneering in this Brave New World.
Yes I would like to see it.
I'll see it for the same reason I saw Passion of the Christ, it's a conversation piece.
I saw it and I think everyone should see it. Especially the undecided vote. I cried. My mom, my sister, and even my dad cried. It is one thing to see a "war movie" it is another thing seeing video of an actual war. It re-enforced my hate of Bush and how much he needs to get out of office.
I may watch it when it makes it to the video store, but I'm not very anxious to see it.