Filmmaker Michael Moore's `Fahrenheit 9/11' takes heat
Michael Moore's politically charged movie "Fahrenheit 9/11" debuts nationwide today. And it's taking some heat. The movie is a biting look at President Bush's behavior before and after Nine-Eleven, but Bush backers say it's unfair.
Filmmaker Michael Wilson hopes to have a rebuttal documentary in theaters later this summer. He's calling it "Michael Moore Hates America." Wilson says he admired Moore's movie "Roger and Me" but was troubled by "Bowling for Columbine", over what he says was a slap in the face of people on welfare.
Authors David Hardy and Jason Clarke are coming out with a book next week called "Michael Moore is a Big Fat Stupid White Man." They accuse him of serial lying.