Re: You know what doesn't matter? A film's historical accuracy
This is the very agrument ad acency creatives justify their worship of highly questionable "values": gratuitios sex, youth, surface beauty, seduction, luxury, convenience, greed, vanity, well all the seven sins combined... They say tv commercials just reflect the culture we live in. I say: Bullshit! Tv commercials are powerful opinion makers and a manipulating tool.
Once again I have to agree with Ken: with great power comes great responsibility.
Well I am not someone who easily believes in conspiracy theories, but I still don't know for sure who killed John F. - And even though (please forgive me for bringing that up since this is a very senditive issue) I am not convinced that 9.11 was an inside job, there are a lot of questions remaining open.
I would also like to add "Munich" - a great movie BTW. Sure, it is fictionalized, but there is a clear message: something similar very likely happened.
Michael Moore is a propagandist. I think many of his "stunts" are fake. I love the guy's style and sense of twisted humor, but I don't know squat about what really happened, what is really undisputable fact and why - after viewing any of his "documentaries" like "Bowling for Columbine", "Fahrenheit 911" or "Sicko".