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I would like to thank everyone who has taken the time to post a comment to my random thoughts about the movies I have seen. I appreciate the additional depth or perspective that you have added – as well as the kind words.

Tomorrow I am off to see Fahrenheit 9/11.

If you’d like to check out my essay on Bowling for Columbine, visit http://www.daughtersofstpaul.com/mediastudies/reviews/filmbowling4columbine.html

Blessings~

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  • cynd32

        I went to see Fahrenheit 9/11 unwillingly,not being a great fan of Michael Moore's.
    (I am in favor of gun control but he mishandled his ‘interview’ with Charleton Heston in Bowling for Columbine. Mr. Heston,in the beginning stages of Alzheimer’s,and this probably his last screen appearance,came off as dignified and intelligent and Mr. Moore did not).
         ANYWAY—I was not expecting to be as affected by F 9/11 as I was.  We are at war for the Bush and bin Laden family businesses? Our congress is really that incompetant? Our intelligence agencies are investigating cookie eating groups of people who want peace and an elderly man who expressed his political opinions in a health club?
         I agree with the above comment that compared this film to Thomas Paine's Common Sense.  
         We have power—our votes—let's use them.
         Also noted,3 weeks after the movie has been released,no one has refuted Mr. Moore's facts.
    Cynd