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(15540) 6.9 128 min 2018

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...

Starring
Ashleigh Banfield, Jim Acosta, Brooke Baldwin, Roger Ailes
Genres
Documentary
Director
Michael Moore

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Michael Moore
Writer Michael Moore
Stars Ashleigh Banfield, Jim Acosta, Brooke Baldwin, Roger Ailes
Country USA
Also Known As 華氏119, 華氏11/9
Runtime 2H 8M
Description 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.

Top reviews

Monday, 06 Jul 2020 16:10

If you enjoy Michael Moore's work, you will enjoy this documentary. Fahrenheit 9/11 is more of a film and is narrated by Moore. It is definitely an important work. I have been a Michael Moore fan since The Best of the Reagan Years and the first two Fahrenheit 9/11 films, and it is great to see Moore do the same. As with most documentaries, I think that this film was best when there is a lack of narration. I think that a lot of people would not like the way the film ended, but this is a very important movie and it should be appreciated. In the beginning, the film is very funny and entertaining. Moore uses some clips from the news to make a very emotional story. He tells the story of how a 10-year-old boy died in Iraq and how he died in his mother's arms. Moore goes into great detail about the Gulf War. He also talks about what it was like to be a small boy and how the military forced him to participate in the war. Moore shows the anger that the soldiers felt when they were told that they were going to be involved in a war and that they would not be able to come home and see their families. Moore then uses some of the soldiers to talk about how they feel about the war. These people were involved in a war that they did not want to be in, and they are coming back to their homes and saying that they cannot believe that they did not see their families. Moore shows the hatred that these men have for the U.S. and the war itself. This is one of the most important things that Moore has ever shown. I think that most people will like this film. People who are against the war, do not want to see the truth about what is happening in Iraq, and people who are for the war, do not want to see the truth. I think that most people who want to see this film are just watching for a joke or to see the ratings, but I think that the people who watch the film should see it for what it is. This is a great film that should be appreciated. It is very important, and it is one of the most important documentaries in the last decade.
Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 10:43

I liked it very much. I was shocked by the level of secrecy surrounding the fact that this film was censored in China and has been made available to the public in France. I was also shocked that such a film would be censored. It was not a movie for children. It was not about "sex". It was a movie about the changing face of China in the 1960's. The Chinese Communist Party was having trouble controlling its people. The fact that they would put on a play, an "American film" about the Communist Party that was going to be shown, was considered a joke by the party. They had no problem with this, however, in the 60's the Party had to have a message, a point of view, a point of view of the party. This movie shows what the party did to the Chinese people and how they managed to become the most powerful country in the world. This film is one of the greatest. It shows how the Communist Party controlled the country, how they would give the press and the education system away, how they controlled the economy, how they controlled all aspects of life. I think it is very important that this film is shown in other countries, but only as an example. The fact that this film is censored makes it important to get the word out to as many people as possible. In China there are many people that are ignorant about what is going on in their country, and this film should be shown in China as well. This film will make people realize that China was a strong country in the 60's, and will be a strong country in the future. I can't wait to see what happens with this film in other countries. Thank you, Dr. Hwang, for making this film available to the public. I can't wait to see what happens in the future.
Friday, 12 Jun 2020 03:16

Just saw this movie in a screening in Atlanta. I had never heard of it before, but the press attention was good enough to make me look it up. I enjoyed this film so much, that I bought it and watched it again. I do think that it is a great film. It shows the extent to which the media can distort reality. It shows how quickly the news can spin a story, and how quickly a group of people can latch on to a story and spread it to other people. There is a disturbing scene in the film, where a person who had been part of the media circus was shown at the house party being welcomed by the party host, and the whole event was shot from the point of view of a camera that was supposed to be in the midst of a crowd of the cameras. It is a real shame that these people are allowed to exist. They are either the ones who are responsible for spreading a lie, or the ones who are not. I'm not sure which, but they are the ones who can and should be put on trial. When it comes to the fact that people have been put into prison for actions that were taken by someone else, there is no way of knowing if that person was lying or not. And the whole idea of "fake news" was completely wrong. There is no reason to believe that the media would report the death of an innocent man. It's impossible to know if the story was fake or not. The whole idea of having people in prison for actions that were taken by someone else, or even not guilty of them, is absurd. The media is no different from any other business. They are there to feed people information, and the media is in a similar position as other businesses. We are all allowed to lie, and have our actions go unnoticed. We are the arbiters of reality, and the media is no different. There is no place in the world where the media can operate without consequences. But the reality of how these things can affect people's lives, and what they go through, is something that the media is not meant to be a part of. If you are going to watch this movie, don't worry about the politics. I promise that it will make you think about things you may not have considered before.
Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 06:34

I have seen Fahrenheit 9/11 several times and am still blown away by the brilliance of Michael Moore. I think it's one of the greatest films of all time, and if he doesn't win an Oscar for it, I think he should. The story of how Moore's film was received by the Academy and by people outside the film world is amazing. Most of the Academy members who voted for the film voted on the technical aspects of the film, rather than on the artistic qualities. They didn't see Fahrenheit 9/11 as a film. Moore saw Fahrenheit 9/11 as a great political statement. That's why the Academy couldn't have just picked one of his other films to get the Oscar for best picture, but chose Fahrenheit 9/11 to get the Oscar for best film. He would have been a very small, and insignificant, award. Moore is a very smart, and very powerful man. He's very powerful because he can put a film out that is more about political issues than about film making. He could have made a much worse film and still won an Oscar, but he is very, very, very, very smart. I'm a big fan of Michael Moore, and I think he's one of the most important and gifted filmmakers in the world today. He made Fahrenheit 9/11, and he's made so many other films, and this is a very powerful film. It's a very powerful statement about our country, and about how it has become an oligarchy. I thought it was an excellent film. I thought it was a very powerful film, and I'm going to go see it again tonight, and I'm going to see it again tomorrow. I would recommend it to everyone who loves good film-making, and I would recommend it to anyone who loves political statements.
Thursday, 28 May 2020 17:45

Hollywood's attention to film is a testament to their wealth of resources. This film is a tribute to those that have spent decades in the trenches. The film is timely. The situation in the Middle East has become so dire that it is hard to know where to begin. I don't know if I'm seeing the same film that many others are, but I'll be damned if the film doesn't hit home with me. This is not a partisan film. The facts are undeniable, but the themes and the film are. I'm not sure how to properly describe this film. The best way I can describe it is to say it is the most powerful film I've ever seen. The first two hours are pure magic. It's hard to believe that it was made in the late '80's. I can't remember the last time I've seen an action movie so powerfully portrayed, with characters so easily identified and sympathetic. The first half of the film follows a realistic story of war and violence in Iraq. The second half is an indictment of Hollywood's politicization of violence. It's hard to say what this film is really about, because it is so thoroughly absorbed by the story and the characters. I've seen this film a hundred times and I still have trouble describing it. The truth is, I can't describe it without admitting that it is an art film. I would never expect a film of this caliber to be dull or boring. I just can't. I know I've made it clear that I'm not biased towards any side. I'm not sure if I would recommend this film to anyone, but I certainly would not recommend it to anyone. This film will break your heart, and the anger will be unbearable. That's the power of this film. It's power. You'll never see anything like it. It's a film that will stay with you, and it will affect you forever.
Saturday, 16 May 2020 17:19

I agree with most of the points made in this documentary. It's a fantastic film, and a good one to see at least once in your life. The only negative aspect to it is that I'm not sure how many people will see this, and in the same sense, I'm not sure how many people will see it in the future. The documentary is based on an incident that took place in the summer of 2007, in what is now North Korea. A bunch of the world's best scientists, with their U.S. colleagues, were preparing for a big scientific conference in Pyongyang, and a very small group of scientists was not allowed to go to the conference. At the same time, a nuclear bomb was being constructed on a beach in the mountains, and a few of the scientists decided to make a reconnaissance mission. The scientists did not know that the nuclear bomb would be exploded in the same area of the mountains where the reconnaissance mission was to take place. The explosion would kill everyone in the group, and destroy the facility where the bomb was being built. What the scientists did not know was that this was a small group of the world's best scientists. And they did not know that their mission would be the same as the group of scientists in the country they were going to visit. It's hard to imagine, but this was the same group of scientists who brought us the Hubble telescope, the Mars rover, the telescope on the moon, and the human genome project. This is an incredible documentary. I highly recommend it to anyone.
Thursday, 07 May 2020 09:46

I was bored out of my mind, and I was looking forward to this film. The movie is about a brilliant but extremely arrogant man named Fahrenheit. He is the most successful and important person in the world. He has his own plane, and is a member of the elite at his own private club. He is famous for having a really good sense of humor. He has no problem at all taking advantage of people. He also has a secret about his childhood, that he hid from his parents and others. He also has a very kind heart, and is also very funny. He is the greatest and most successful person in the world, and he is living his life with no problems, and nothing to worry about. He's so successful, that he never seems to have a problem. His family is very nice and good. He is also very good at taking care of his plane, because he knows how to fly it. The film is about his life, and his downfall. There is one thing that really bothered me, and that is how the film shows that he is a very good man. It shows that he is very talented, but that he is a very arrogant person. There are lots of people who are very smart, but they have a very kind heart. I think the film could have been a little bit more realistic, but that is not the director's fault. It was the fault of the actors, the writers, and the director. If the film was more realistic, it would have been a lot better. It is really sad that they have to make a film about a person who is so brilliant, but so arrogant. This movie is not a good movie, but I would recommend it to people who are bored. It is a good film, but it is not a good movie. I think it is the worst movie ever made, and the worst movie ever made.
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 07:16

A truly extraordinary and intelligent film. When I first heard about the film I was thrilled, but then I found out that the film was not made by Tim Robbins or Anthony Hopkins. That's all I can say about the film. In the film, the film's director Michael Moore tells the story of George Bush Sr. and his family, which begins in the early 1970's and runs through the 1980's. The film follows the life of the Bush family through the years. There is no explanation for the current political situation in the US. In the film, we are given a glimpse of what the world might be like if the US ever found itself in such a situation. Michael Moore does not show the images of the political situation in the US, he uses footage from the Nixon administration and the Bush administration and the film is made in a way that shows the reality of what George Bush Sr. went through and that was a very difficult thing to do. Michael Moore was chosen by Bush Sr. to interview him and he did a very well job. The footage from the Nixon administration was quite powerful, and it showed the Reagan administration. I don't know how Michael Moore got all of the footage from the Reagan administration, but I hope that he gets it. I think that this film is very well made, and I hope that it will make a lot of money. I think that it is a very powerful film. The film has many interesting points in the film. There are a few moments in the film that are very important. The film has a great message. It shows the reason why the Bush family was so successful. Michael Moore did a great job, and I hope that he will get the opportunity to make more films like this one. The film is a masterpiece. It is a film that deserves all the attention that it has received. The film is well made, and it is well-written. The film is very well made and it is well-acted. It has been nominated for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Picture. The film is well-acted. I give this film a ten out of ten.


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