Excerpt: The problem with ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ is that it’s Trump’s ‘Fahrenheit 9/11’ rather than Trump’s ‘Roger & Me.’ The genius of Moore’s first film was its entry point: Moore began with an up-close look at his hometown of Flint, Michigan, and then expanded out to make Flint a microcosm for a broken nation. This one gets that backward, to its detriment.
Excerpt: Laying out the sequence of events that caused an entire city to be knowingly poisoned while corporate interests were served is a smart and bracing tactic for illustrating the corruption of American democracy.
Excerpt: In his latest righteous broadside, Michael Moore takes on Donald Trump as but a symptom of the political rot in the United States. Upsetting, enraging, exhausting… which is just as it should be.
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