A movie that an ultra-liberal millionaire director made to attack Bush for all his supposed "lies." He gives only one side of the story, which is the reason this movie is full of lies. The thing is that he contradicted himself just making this movie. Events in this movie such as the part with Bush playing golf makes absolutely no sense at all, because that was taped about a year earlier when he first became president. If Michael Moore knew what he was talking about, then this movie would not have as many lies, obviously. He is just making Liberals look bad, which he himself as a Liberal shouldn't do. To conclude, this movie was just propaganda.
(On the O'Reilly Factor)
To O'Reilly: Would you sacrifice your child to go to Iraq?
This makes no sense, because it's your child's decision if they want to join the military.
by nobody March 03, 2005
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It's not a documentory, it's a movie. Let me tell you why.

Micheal Moore omits a lot of information in his movies, which leads to false ideas. For example, the shot of Bush golfing. It was not taken after 9/11. It was taken a year earlier at the start of his presidency. I am anti-Bush, but I'm not going to be brainwashed by some guy who lie his way into the American society.
Read above for all the info
by Snagger Outlaw August 29, 2004
(n.) The title of a movie made by Michael Moore. The title is inspired by an older movie and book titled "Fahrenheit 451," about book censorship. The movie consists of real video clips with a narrative voice-over.

The subject of the movie is the presidency of George W Bush and the terrorist attacks in the United States on September 11th, 2001. The movie criticizes many aspects of Bush and his handling of the attack.

Critics of the movie complained that, though the movie uses real video clips, the presentation and editing of many clips is out of context and misleading. Moore and his fans praised the movie as an example of free speach and an exposition of facts.
No example necessary, it's only one thing.
by ed July 25, 2004
A purported "documentary" which presents a one sided view with MANY inaccuracies and out and out lies. It is so riddled with half truths and lies, it should be called a "mockumentary."
"Fahrenheit 9/11"is a propagandist mockumentary that tries to pass itself off as truth.
by Quinn November 02, 2004
A movie made by Michael Moore in order to prove how Bush is a horrible president in regards to 9/11 and the War in Iraq. It may seem very true, until you pick up a copy of Fahrenhype 9/11, which proves Michael Moore miserably wrong. I suggest you do not buy into to Michael Moore's film until you see Fahrenhype 9/11.
Michael Moore: There is no terrorist threat.
Me: I can think of 3000 reasons why you're wrong.
by Shortyafter November 12, 2004
Some movie made by a fat guy who doesn't know when the hell to shut up
get yourself a hot dog and shut up Michael!
by lunar shadows November 16, 2004
the inexorably brilliant,cut-and-paste,turd-snarfing work of propaganda/fiction by the immensely fat man of the same description
Michael Moore was a member of the Manson Family.This is fact!I know --because it's all in my new DOCUMENTARY!
by Dr. Mentary September 10, 2004
A slanderous work of fiction.

A radical leftwing propaganda film that tries to get Americans to drink the Kerry Kool-aid.
Kerry supports terrorists.
by Vietnam vet September 22, 2004
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