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Teens banned from Moore's film

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posted on Jun, 23 2004 @ 06:15 AM
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Well its official, Moore made a film for adults as it rated R.


www.washingtonpost.com...

Well no wonder teens have been barred, MMoore should have mada a tamer movie if he wanted a wider audience.

I predict that this dog of a flick wont even open in the top 3 spots when it opens in theaters.

How many teens are gonna want to see a booring political "documentary" on their date night with their hard earned cash?




posted on Jun, 23 2004 @ 11:43 AM
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Originally posted by dunkleskates
maybe you didn't hear, but the 911 commission released a staement the other day that they had found absolutely no evidence of a connection between Al Queda and Iraq. just thought id let you know


WRONG! Maybe you didn't hear, because the liberal media is notorious for giving half-truths when it suits them, but the 9/11 commission reported that "There is no evidence of a connection between 9/11 and Iraq." In other words, there is no evidence to support the claim that Saddam either funded or aided Al Qaida in way, shape or form with respect to the 9/11 attacks on America.

Now that I have clarified for you what the 9/11 commission has stated, I will challeng you and the 9/11 commission to yank your heads out of the sand and offer a legitimate explaination for the existence of Salman Pak south of Baghdad!?!?!? I'll be waiting...



posted on Jun, 23 2004 @ 03:38 PM
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Originally posted by kozmo
Well, I don't know if I could use the name Moore and the word "honest" together in a sentence... well, not a serious one anyway.

I realize, as I saw the interview, that he acknowledged that it was NOT fair nor balanced, was a representation of his personal opinions, he also opined that this movie was NOT designed to be political. but "representative of the facts." Hmmmmm... now THAT would have to be a HUGE lie.

Additionally, he went on at the end of the interview to condemn Canada for trying to be like America and stated that he felt that America would be a better place if it tried to be more like Canada. I was stumped and sent astupor.

On a final note, he just announced today that he has sold the rights of this film to be shown in Syria and Libya. What a true patriot he is. Now, is he part of the solution (As some bleeding heart lib... er, I mean socialists would have you believe) or part of the problem???


i dont he understands opinion, which is a personal thought based on WHATEVER one bases their thoughts on, fact fiction or both, is not truth. i have a problem with his claim.


why would he sell the rights to his movie to be shown in countries that are less than friendly to america? i can figure it out for myself of course but i wonder if anyone who has defended him can explain this themselves. certainly it is his movie to sell his rights to but i question the motive behind selling his rights so it can be shown in syria... i personally dont see that particular move as being part of the solution but being part of the problem. in countries that dont trust us or like us he wants this film shown. the ONLY reason i can think of for this move is to deepen the divide between us and these countries. is that a solution or a problem? its right along the lines of abu ghraib IMO, its only going to make things worse not better.



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