Saturday, July 17, 2004

The Hawk Eye Newspaper: 'Fahrenheit 9/11' exercise in 'bare fact'

The Hawk Eye Newspaper: "The first 90 minutes of 'Fahrenheit 9/11' should be required viewing in America.
Michael Moore's documentary - style story of the events leading up to and beyond the U.S. invasion of Iraq is controversial only because George W. Bush and his gang are portrayed as buffoons and liars.
Don't worry - the Democrats don't look any better.
'9/11' is not a documentary, but then again it is. Moore's left�handed comic relief vignettes � Bush and the boys in a spoof the 'Bonanza' intro, clips from 'Dragnet,' Moore reading the Patriot Act over an ice cream truck loudspeaker � deny objectivity. Then again, he isn't trying to be impartial; he feels cheated by the Bush administration.
Moore's message is that the real war on terror is waged upon the American people.
'9/11' isn't a documentary because the editing is sloppy in places for effect of a loose, non-Hollywood cut. Then again, the story wasn't scripted for the camera and there are no paid professional actors ... unless you want to include Moore, who can't act, and Bush, who's Hamlet at times and at others seems so overwhelmed by his role that he blows his lines. "

for The Hawk Eye


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