Michigan native Michael Moore is known for his politically charged films, and his newest release is no different. Fahrenheit 9/11, released Friday, documents President Bush's actions before and after September 11 some say radically and untruthfully
Tickets have been on sale since Tuesday, and theaters have been filling up with people wanting to see if the film will live up to the hype. Josh Thiele, Eaton Rapids resident, says he expects a lot of facts and truth. Michigan Republicans spokesperson Matt Davis has seen the movie and says it was bland and boring.
The film is rated R even though Moore has tried to get the rating lowered to PG-13. Theaters will enforce the R rating.
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