It’s 60 Second Cinema and this Fahrenheit fell flat money-wise at the box office but that doesn’t derail this question, how the eff did this happen?
The first Fahrenheit is the highest grossing documentary of all time, so the bar is set for its companion piece, Fahrenheit 11/9.
There are a lot of left and right turns (politically and topically speaking) that touch on a number of topics. It starts with Gwen Stefani, to Moore’s hometown of Flint, to the 55 United, to the March for Our Lives, to Hitler, to….let’s just say there’s a lot to digest. At times,it’s like watching network news.
And the harshest criticisms isn’t to the Republicans but to the Democrats. Nobody is left unscathed. It’s disjointed at times and it’s preaching to the choir, but you know the Trump administration is bound to outdo what’s brought in this documentary that could leave it feeling outdated. The ending message from Emma Gonzalez is powerful in silence. 9.11 out of 11.9
The Rickster (wondering how he now knows how to spell Fahrenheit).