Critic Review - Lessons of Darkness

Fair and balanced, as Fox News might say, this is not.

May 3, 2005 Full Review Source: Lessons of Darkness | Comments (3)
Lessons of Darkness



Bag Dad

Unlike Fox News, Michael Moore never claims to be fair and balanced. And unlike Fox News, Michael Moore is telling the truth.

Jun 15 - 12:32 PM


Dan Willis

Oh please. Faux News doesn't approve of anything that shows Bush as what he really is... a goddamn crook

Jul 4 - 08:46 AM

Jimi G.

James Gingerich

Fox News uses lies and one-sided commentary to convince idiots that they should be scared of everything Fox News isn't. Moore chronicles the presidency of a regime that melted down the American political and judicial system into little more than a formable candy bar in the pocket of Carl Rove and his species; and he does so with an attitude that some might consider "unbalanced", but what most who lived through this period of American history would see as releasing the frustration of the public. I guess you thought this film was unfair because it didn't stop to show the few good things Bush did. I for one will excuse Moore for not covering the policies Bush implemented in order to appear presidential in light of the Iraq quagmire, the degredation of the environment, the debt to China, Rovian politics, the Patriot Act, Guantanamo,and tax cuts for the wealthy, which includes added tax shouldering on the backs of one of the poorest scoio-economic classes to exist since the Great Depression. If you think a documentary on Bush is unbalanced, why don't you stop for a second and ask yourself why.

May 16 - 03:56 PM

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