AOL intentionaly hurt the release of Fahrenheight 911(an anti Bush film)... This is a little bit of a "paranoid conspiracy theory," but knowing big corporations and U.S. Politics, I can't completely discount it. The Evidence: - Mr. Moviefone gave F9/11 a decidedly luekwarm review, and reviews it only after he reviews all the other movies coming out last weekend - Moviefone "forgets" to list New York theaters showing the film during the first two days of release. - Moviefone labels the film NC-17 on its website and online. The service Moviefone gets their ratings from has it listed correctly as R and has never had it as an NC-17 film. Moviefone does't fix the problem until late Friday night. - AOL's entry page's lead story during the first day of release: A poll that asks users to choose whether Michael Moore is a [paraphrasing, as I don't remember the wording] Self Promoting Fraud or Truth-Telling Patriot with the former winning by a healthy margin. I suppose it could all be coincidence, but I'd imagine a big company like AOL has lots of reasons to keep the GOP in power.