Fahrenheit 9/11: A review…

In “Reviewing Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11” Stephen Rosenthal and Junaid Ahmad proclaim that The Problem is Bigger than the Bushes:

Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11 opened this past weekend (June 25) to record crowds and box office receipts across the United States. Moore is the author of the bestselling book Stupid White Men and producer of the award winning documentary Bowling for Columbine. The U.S. opening of Fahrenheit 9/11 was preceded by considerable excitement and political controversy. Released earlier in Europe to enthusiastic audiences opposed to the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq, it received the prestigious Palme D’Or (golden palm) award at the Cannes Film Festival. The internet based Democratic Party fundraising machine MoveOn.org, to celebrate the film opening, organized over 3000 “house parties” on June 28 where its supporters heard Michael Moore on closed circuit television urge viewers to “take back the White House” this November. […] […] Fahrenheit 9/11 begins with an implicit indictment of both Republicans and Democrats and ends with an implicit indictment of the system of inequality in the U.S. But in between, the film concentrates virtually all of its fire on the Bush crowd and the Republican Party. […]