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Old 08-02-04, 01:01 PM
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Fahrenheit 9/11 Cover Art and Specs!

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Columbia has officially announced Fahrenheit 9/11 which is the latest film from Michael Moore. The new documentary looks at the events following on from September 11th, and how the Bush Administration apparently used the tragic event to push its agenda. The disc will be available to own in shops from the 5th October this year, priced at $28.95. The documentary itself will be presented in 1.78:1 anamorphic widescreen along with an English Dolby Digital 5.1 track. Extras will include a featurette entitled The Release of Fahrenheit 9/11, a montage called The People of Iraq on the Eve of Invasion, a new scene entitled Homeland Security: Miami Style, an Outside Abu Ghraib Prison featurette and an Eyewitness account from Samara, Iraq. Completing the package will be an extended Michael Moore interview with Abdul Henderson, Lila Lipscomb at the Washington D.C. Premiere, a featurette on some Arab-American Comedians and their acts and experiences after 9/11, Condoleeza Rice's 9/11 Commission Testimony and a Rose Garden press briefing after the 9/11 commission appearance.


cover art by way of Barnes & Noble..






better quality cover at DVD Answers:
http://www.dvdanswers.com/index.php?...4510&n=1&burl=

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Awesome!!! Looks good
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I'd prefer the pic of Moore and Bush holding hands.
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Now we just need the official street date
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Straight off the movie poster... not bad.
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Actually, that looks slightly different than the theatrical poster...



Different angle, different background, and a different expression on Moore's face (a bit more solemn).
Old 08-02-04, 03:23 PM
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By most reports, the release date is October 5.
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I prefer the movie poster but will still get this great doc. I also cant wait to see Super Size Me again
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.....looking forward to it.

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Any specs on this yet? As someone who enjoyed the film the first time through, I have to admit that replay value on this one is LOW...I found it rather dull during the second sit-through.
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We just posted them on our site along with the artwork, but I'm having problems quoting it at the moment without it crashing my browser! It's out the 5th October anyway, priced at $28.95.

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Old 08-02-04, 06:39 PM
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Originally posted by Shannon Nutt
Any specs on this yet? As someone who enjoyed the film the first time through, I have to admit that replay value on this one is LOW...I found it rather dull during the second sit-through.
i've updated the first post with the specs.

now all i need is a moderator to change the subject line to include "and Specs" at the end.
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Originally posted by DRG
Actually, that looks slightly different than the theatrical poster...

Different angle, different background, and a different expression on Moore's face (a bit more solemn).
Plus he's showing off a little more nostril in that DVD cover.
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Originally posted by Groucho
I'd prefer the pic of Moore and Bush holding hands.
Yes, that was brilliant.
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and why exactly did they alter the original poster art for the dvd release?
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add american flag hat to picture and get more of a profile on moores face to have it more recognizable?
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I like the original poster art better and they shouldn't have altered it for the DVD.
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The cover looks great! I'm really looking forward to this DVD.
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17 posts and no thread-crapping yet? Wow, I'm amazed. Must be a new record.
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Originally posted by Doc Mardan
and why exactly did they alter the original poster art for the dvd release?
Probably so its easier to spot on the shelves. It defintely stands out more now.
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Originally posted by Josh Z
17 posts and no thread-crapping yet? Wow, I'm amazed. Must be a new record.
As I was reading the thread I thought the same thing
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Originally posted by Dubya
As I was reading the thread I thought the same thing
Ditto.

I'm really looking forward to owning this...and lending it to everyone I know.
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Looking forward to it! Shawshank SE comes out the same day so pay up!
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Originally posted by Defiant1
Looking forward to it! Shawshank SE comes out the same day so pay up!
I forgot about Shawshank SE!!!! Thanks for reminding me I have to spend even more cash
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Wait hold on a min. I think MM is getting full of himself. I was always thinking it was about the movie and not yourself you was trying to sell.

I don't think he gives a crap about movie making now just putting himself on TV and movie screens. It's no longer about the message of his films anymore it's about how much attention he can get now. I mean how many movie markers put their face on a DVD and movie poster?

PS. The above is not a thread crap. It's a view on the cover art and view on the movie that is on the DVD that this thread is talking about.

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