Fahrenheit 9/11 --> Oct. 5th!

 
Old 07-20-04, 10:50 AM
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Fahrenheit 9/11 --> Oct. 5th!

Not meant to turn into a political discussion (so don't even think about it!), Columbia TriStar will release "Fahrenheit 9/11" on Oct. 5th.
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Michael Moore...My ass....bla bla bla
(that was a South Park reference)

I enjoyed the film, thanks for the info.
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thank's Mao

Moore's film:

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Old 07-20-04, 12:25 PM
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Can't wait, thanks.
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I can't wait.

Also, I saw this thing at work from MGM that said they were putting out a Moore boxset with Bowling For Columbine, The Big One, and a special disc of footage from Moore's book tour for Dude, Where's My Country.

Yes, I realize that The Big One is Miramax and BFC is MGM, but the letter made a point of mentioning this and that it was "special." I don't recall the release date, I'll try to get a look at it today if it hasn't already been tossed.
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An eye opening movie, I just hope the DVD is good.
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Geeeeeeeeeeez...all on one day...

Fahrenheit 9/11
The Shawshank Redemption: 10th Anniversary Edition
Friday the 13th box set
The Day After Tomorrow
The Untouchables: Special Edition

Holy geez.

Later.

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Old 07-20-04, 01:26 PM
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Fahrenheit 9/11
The Shawshank Redemption: 10th Anniversary Edition
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Universal Monster legacy Collection 2
The Untouchables: Special Edition
Fixed it for you
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I don't see where you all get your fandom for Moore. For those outside the States, I can see, and it's not surprising, but for Americans to adore him and his movies is really shocking.
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I don't see where you all get your fandom for Moore. For those outside the States, I can see, and it's not surprising, but for Americans to adore him and his movies is really shocking.
And this is about the DVD release how?


Can't wait for this. Haven't seen the film yet and not sure if I will get to the theater to see it. I have enjoyed everything I have seen of his so far, and can't see myself not enjoying this one in particular.
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And this is about the DVD release how?
That people would waste anymore of their time and money on this guy, buying the DVD, that's how.
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Old 07-20-04, 02:01 PM
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Originally posted by Mike Lowrey
That people would waste anymore of their time and money on this guy, buying the DVD, that's how.
Pick one of the Other Moore threads to troll in. God knows they are everywhere.

That being said, I will probably just rent this one.

I have already seen it once, and I just don't know about the replay value. That being said, if there are really good special features such as bonus footage or a really low price I may get it.
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Originally posted by Mike Lowrey
That people would waste anymore of their time and money on this guy, buying the DVD, that's how.
Thanks for crapping all over this thread. Nice to see a senior member say "to hell with the rules, to hell with Geoff, what I have to interject is more important!"
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I have already seen it once, and I just don't know about the replay value. That being said, if there are really good special features such as bonus footage or a really low price I may get it.
I never seem to pull out a Moore DVD, but I usually end up watching it if it comes on TV. Don't know why that is. I prefer not to rent so this will be a purchase for me, I am sure it will be had for a nice cheap price at some stores.
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Thanks for crapping all over this thread. Nice to see a senior member say "to hell with the rules, to hell with Geoff, what I have to interject is more important!"
I believe he was suspended a week or two back for doing exactly the same thing, but prefacing it with "I know this is threadcrapping, but..."

Nice to see he learned his lesson ... and stopped admitting he knew he was breaking the rules.

To *try* (likely in vain) to keep this thread on track, any word on the extras? It was far and away my least favorite Moore movie, so I probably won't buy it, but if there were some good extras, I might think about it.
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Originally posted by Mike Lowrey
That people would waste anymore of their time and money on this guy, buying the DVD, that's how.
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for those whom havent seen it...I highly recommend this dvd...very informative, raises many questions and just around the corner before november elections.....oh yeah
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excellent news. thanks!
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It would be nice if plenty of bonus footage of the things left out of the film were included.

While a pretty good powerful documentary. It did feel just a bit rushed at some moments,where afterwards I realized their were some huge things left out,that may have added to the film.

Such as the huge anti-war protest rally among a few other things.
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Originally posted by Mike Lowrey
For those outside the States, I can see, and it's not surprising, but for Americans to adore him and his movies is really shocking.
Some of us in the United States think we have an asshat for a president, so we appreciate Michael Moore pointing it out. The fact that you're shocked that not everyone is marching lockstep to the beating of the Bush administration drum just shows the blind arrogance of the right.

I won't have the time to see "Fahrenheit" until this weekend, but I'm really looking forward to it. Then in October I'll be buying two copies, one for me and one to donate to my local library in Mike Lowrey's name.

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If I don't see it in theaters one more time before it ends its run, I'll probably buy this. If I do see it again, I'll rent it to check out the special features and decide then if it's worth the purchase.

And Mike, come on man, haven't you learned your lesson yet?
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Truly an October Suprise!

Can't wait for this one...
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Guess I'm not an "American" according to Mr. Lowrey then as I can't wait to buy this, one of my faves this year.
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I won't have the time to see "Fahrenheit" until this weekend, but I'm really looking forward to it. Then in October I'll be buying two copies, one for me and one to donate to my local library in Mike Lowrey's name.
Could it be that Mike works for Columbia TriStar and his outlandish comments in this and other Fahrenheit 9/11 threads are merely intended to drum up ticket and DVD sales? Rather than being a power-metal listening, right-wing extremist in the crotch of America, Mike's probably a NPR-listening, Volvo-driving, latte-drinking, liberal on Madison avenue.
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