Fahrenheit is breaking box office records for a documentary...AND...was the top-selling movie this weekend, beating two other new mainstream movies. George Bush is probably praying to "Spider Man" now for a good release later this week.
I think Fahrenheit did a great job of explaining the complicated ties between Bush and the Saudi family--not breaking news, but worthy of attention. And one of the oddest (and perhaps scariest moments) is when Bush, on Sept. 11 2001, is seen sitting in the kids' classroom for six or seven minutes AFTER being informed that the country "is under attack."
One of the funniest moments is at the beginning of the movie: Bush was questioned by Michael Moore about some political issue at the New Hampshire primary in 2000, and Bush responded: "Michael Moore? Get a job, ha." And then the movie immediately cuts to the words "A Michael Moore Film," "Fahrenheit 9/11."