There's More to Moore's Film Than Bush Bashing

It's a fun time to be a conspiracy theorist. Almost anything you allege can seem very much like the truth. Take Michael Moore's new docucomedy, Fahrenheit 9/11, which--like his best-selling books and Oscar-winning movie, Bowling for Columbine--details what he considers the corrupt ethics of conservative politicians and Big Business. Just before its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, word emerged that Walt Disney Co. CEO Michael Eisner had forbidden Miramax Films, a Disney division, to distribute the film. Eisner told reporters last week that he had rejected the movie because he did not want Disney to get dragged into partisan battles...

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