It is a very interesting film. If you dislike George Bush you definately have to see it.

Box Office Tally Climbs for ‘Fahrenheit 9/11′
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Box-office fever for Michael Moore’s searing anti-Bush documentary “Fahrenheit 9/11” climbed a bit higher on Monday as distributors touted record-breaking ticket sales about $2 million more than first reported.
According to a final tally of weekend receipts, Moore’s critique of President Bush and his policies since the September 11, 2001 attacks on America grossed $23.9 million during its first three days of release across the United States and Canada.
That made it No. 1 at the box office and surpassed the $21.5 million generated by Moore’s previous film, the Oscar-winning “Bowling for Columbine,” as the highest-grossing documentary ever.
All told, the movie’s total stood at just over $24 million counting the head-start it received on Wednesday in two Manhattan theaters, generating extra media buzz before expanding to a relatively modest 868 theaters two days later.
Previous tallies reported Sunday had Moore’s film grossing $21.8 million since Friday.
By contrast, most of the other movies in the top five were showing in more than 2,500 theaters each, giving “Fahrenheit 9/11” a much higher per-theater average — above $27,000 — than any of its competition and demonstrating that it was playing to packed houses.
The comedy “White Chicks” opened at No. 2 with $19.6 million in Friday-through-Sunday ticket sales, the same as reported over the weekend.
Distributors Lions Gate Films and IFC Films have said release of the film, already unprecedented for a political documentary, would be expanded further in the weeks ahead.
Tom Ortenberg, Lions Gate distribution president, said the film played strongly in big cities and small towns, alike, and in Democratic as well as Republican states.
Next week, the film faces far stiffer competition from the highly anticipated opening of “Spider-Man 2.”
Moore’s film suggests that Bush’s response to the September 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon were clouded by his relatives’ close ties to the Saudi Arabian elite, including Osama bin Laden’s family. It further claims that the Bush administration stoked public fears about terrorism to support a needless and costly invasion of Iraq.
Moore and backers of the film have said they hope it can influence the outcome of the November presidential race. Republican supporters dismiss the movie as a blatant piece of political propaganda.