As some may have read, Spillmind sent me a check for $15 to go see F9/11. This is the general review of the movie. Here is my critique of the informational content of the movie itself. I'll be honest, I went into this movie expecting to dislike it. Surprise, I did. First, as everybody already knows, and few deny, this isn't a documentary. Therefore I ask, can one really be expected to enjoy a propaganda film that espouses the antithesis of their beliefs? Probably not. I wasn't a big fan of Bowling for Columbine, but I think I still liked it better than this one. Honestly, it just wasn't very interesting. And it didn't really offer any new information or fabricate any new conspiracy theories. It's all been heard and discounted or ignored due to it's immaterial nature before. The blank screen during the actual 9/11 attacks is supremely uninspired (possibly the most pivotal historical moment of the past half century, and all he can come up with is a blank screen?) and most, if not all, of Moore's comical or dramatic attempts to belittle or mock Bush Administration officials fall flat. The play for the audience's emotions with repeated and lengthy segments showing mother of fallen soldier Michael Pederson, first reading a letter from her son and then walking in Washington D.C., are needlessly drawn out and in my opinion exploitative and tacky. Perhaps it would have been better to have learned who Michael Pederson was. His name is mentioned I believe once in the movie, and not remembering it I had to read through two lengthy internet news articles about his mother to find it listed once. Evidently the mother is of more importance than the son who laid down his life for our country. Ultimately this wasn't worth taking the time to watch except of course, due to it's nature and relative popularity, just to say you've watched it. I've watched it. I wasn't impressed.