Thursday, January 06, 2005

Best "Non-Fiction"?

New York Film Critics apparently haven't learned from the fallout after Michael Moore's Oscar for his "schlockumentary" "Bowling for Columbine" and have just announced that "Fahrenheit 9/11" has won their award for "Best Non-Fiction Film." If this is, as they say, a "harbinger" for the Academy Awards, I'm sure we're in for another US-bashing from the BFSWM.

Footnote: Just saw that is down, but I found a copy of the page here in case you're interested.

BTW, If you're wondering why I hate Michael Moore so much, I'd suggested reading my other posts, which include some of the pathetic race-baiting, US-bashing, terrorist-supporting comments he's made. If you still don't understand, I'd suggested visiting one of these sites ...

Fiftysix Deceits in Fahrenheit-911
Michael Moore Hates America


Blogger dax said...

Bruno, my brother.
You need to look at this from another angle.
I love that Michael Moore is out there cheerleading for the LibDems. He along with, Dean, Hillary, Franken, Rather, Bobbins/Sarandon, and Hollywood are the ideal spokespersons for the LibDem Party.
It's all good!

January 6, 2005 at 11:49 AM  
Blogger Bruno said...

Good point, but unfortunately, his rhetoric is being picked up abroad and turned against the US with the perception that it's the underlying sentiment of mainstream America. In fact, if you listen to the video Bin Laden dropped just prior to the election, it sounds alot like a Michael Moore rant.

January 6, 2005 at 12:19 PM  
Blogger dax said...

Anti-American rhetoric has been rampant for ages. Both from within the US and from abroad. A lot of people will say "yes, but it's never been this bad" or "It can't get any worse than this" That's bull! The problem is that peoples' perspectives are framed by their moment in time.
Critisism of the US is nothing new. What is new, is that we (US) are finally starting to realize that crawling all over ourselves in order to be "liked" by everyone....................... DOESN'T WORK!
Yes, the times are a changin.

January 6, 2005 at 4:33 PM  

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