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Monday July 5, 2004 9:34 am

Michael Moore Wants You To Download Fahrenheit 9/11 Via P2P


Posted by Andru Edwards - Categories: Home Entertainment, Movies


Fahrenheit 9/11 P2PIt seems that Michael Moore is either a really brash SOB, or really has it out for Bush to the point where he doesn't even care about profit:

"I don't agree with copyright laws, and I don't have a problem with people downloading the movie and sharing it ... as long as they're not trying to make a profit off my labor," Moore said in a recent interview. "I make these movies and books and TV shows because I want things to change, and so the more people who get to see them, the better."

Okay Michael, if you say so.

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Uh, no offense, but if you’re just catching on to the fact that “Michael Moore really has it out for George W. Bush”, I think you might want to pull your head of the sand a little more often.

I know it’s a crazy thought, especially while we live under the rule of the current administration, but there are still some people in this country who believe in some things more than money. 

Of course, notice that Michael Moore also said all of this AFTER his movie was already an enormous success.  Would be nice to see someone stand up and make such a statement before the movie even opened.

But I’m not holding my breath for that day to come anytime soon.

is there any precedent for a corporate movie being released for download? haven’t heard of any others, just bands releasing music online…

I have wanted to see this movie and still havent. Hes about the only one that dont care that if people download his movie or not. I remember that alot of people talked about this movie but I thought they didnt like it but I may be wrong and got my movies confused, one of these days I am gonna watch it.


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