Fahrenheit 11/9

Genre:  Documentary
Running Time:  128 min.
In theatres: September 21, 2018

Current rating: Rating: 3.61
based on 144 votes and 54 reviews
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Cast: Michael Moore, Donald J. Trump

Synopsis

Director Michael Moore predicted in July 2016 that Donald Trump would win the Presidency of the United States.

That doesn't mean that having Trump as the President was the outcome he'd hoped for. In fact, it was very much the opposite. Deeply dismayed, Moore questions what lies ahead for the country. He talks to a variety of Americans about Trump and the seemingly hopeless state of affairs.

He is told that if Trump were to be impeached, Trump's supporters would cause riots and violence around the country. It seems that's true, as Moore digs deeper into how and why Trump, a master distractor with his incendiary tweets, staff firings, and outright lies, still remains a hit with some Americans, while at the same time an embarrassment and liability for many.

Director: Michael Moore
Studio: levelFILM
Producer(s): Carl Deal, Michael Moore
Screenplay: Michael Moore
Official Site: fahrenheit119.com

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  • 5 stars "You do not have to agree with everything said in the movie to make it worth seeing. It is very much a wakeup call to get real discussion going about the issues of the day."
  • 5 stars "Dark and disturbing, bringing attention to stories that many movie-goers may not be aware of. Shows that the slow slide toward authoritarianism is a real and present danger under Trump and his acolytes, as well as the importance of an activated and informed voting public to stop it. The segments devoted to the corporate/political collusion in the destruction of Flint were devastating, and the political savvy of the Parkland students was inspiring. A must see for anyone who cares about saving our democracy!"
  • 5 stars "Important film. Hopefully will garner the attention the facts presented within deserve. People are voting against their own economic interests. Wake up to Dems want social programs, republicans allow it as long as the top 10 % who dont need programs like SSI dont have to pay for it. Then the republicans tell the middle 45% the other 45% are lazy and living like kings on their hard earned dime. lol its time ya'all realize its Capital vs. Labor. and you are no better than the people of Flint in the eyes of Capital. Quit judging the poor and realize you may have a job and home but are just part of the rabble to the 1%."