Michael Moore’s “documentary” Fahrenheit 9/11 might not be as influential as the Left had hoped.
From the Boston Globe: “Ã?Â¢Ã¢â??Â¬ Â¦whether the movie, which opens nationally next week, will cause a real stir among voters is debatable, given that the pre-release publicity has given away most of its secrets — and that it is likely to draw partisans, rather than undecided voters in the handful of swing states, to the theaters. At the same time, some of the most provocative parts, about Bush’s relationship with Saudi Arabia and abuse of Iraqi prisoners, are either thinly supported or have already been made public. Even Moore conceded having doubts about his powers of persuasion, saying, ‘It’s just a movie.'”
WorldNetDaily points out that despite Moore’s original claim that the film would open in 1,000 theaters, the movie’s web site shows that it is currently only slated for 417.
Move America Forward has urged Americans to voice their disapproval to any theater that decides to show the film.