Atom User Reviews for Fahrenheit 11/9
Americans need to see this movie!!!!!
Very revealing, I recommend this to literally everyone who wants to continue living in this country
makes you realize how messed up our political system is on both sides
Best Michael Moore since Bowling for Columbine!
https://youtu.be/sl1XxdW6bJw Past time to take action.
This is a wake up call to do away with the electoral college. 1 person, 1 vote - true democracy! Flint could happen anywhere!
Rambles a bit, & doesn't completely tie together the various strands touched upon, but still managed to hold this viewer's interest for the most part. Pretty typical for a Moore production, I'd say.
Very important movie to see with the current political climate and current president. Don’t listen to all the people who said they didn’t like it. They are probably upset that it differs from their political beliefs
Good refreshing of news stories seen in lasr 2-3 years
Michael Moore paints a vivid picture of America in its current chaotic state as well as the dangers of what can happen if people don't engage in the political process.
This is a WAKE UP CALL for everyone about voting and the change to possibly come if the Republicans can’t get their way anymore.
A must watch. It’s a hard one to do so but the message is clear.
A little over the top a la Michael Moore, and very depressing, but still a must see. Hopefully, it will motivate you to vote and make a change.
I don't think another movie has made me so angry and sad from beginning to end.
This is a must see. I am African American, after seeing this movie I have to admit I was on the blind side. This movie is very informative, it's not just about what Trump has done but also past presidents and our so called government. This movie showed me that a lot is hidden from us especially when we only get tidbits of what's really going on. My heart goes out to Flint, Michigan with all they have and still are going through.
Moore’s overarching points hit home with such force that sweating the details would be like picking fleas off a charging grizzly.
The multiple targets and multiple threads which weave in and out of Fahrenheit 11/9 make it feel jumpy at times.... Nonetheless, there is much food for thought in the film, shot with the director’s characteristic passion, flair, wicked sense of humor and willingness to push the envelope.
As is often the case with Moore’s impassioned documentaries, 11/9 frustrates as much as it rouses, bouncing from topic to topic without fully digging into any of them. As such, it’s a highlight reel of grievances against government, corporations and the status quo that preaches to the choir.