The controversial documentary gets revisited in 2009.
...video stores across the nation to rent the film for free on October 26th
Michael Moore producing a three-hour pay-per-view event that will run Nov. 1, the night before Election Day
...selling 2 million combined DVD and VHS units on Tuesday
...available October 5th, 2004...
...less than a month before the Nov. 2 presidential election
...the movie complied with the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971
...going after Sony/Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment
...expanding wider today
...rumor has it, September 1st
...becoming the first documentary to debut as Hollywood’s top weekend film
...major conservative funding behind the proposed films
...the appeal for a PG-13 rating gets denied
"The American appetite for this film has now reached a level surpassing expectation..."
...Lions Gate and IFC go into appeals
...Michael Moore’s new flick gets some one-sheet action
...actress Reese Witherspoon’s next and director Michael Moore’s next!
The controversial Michael Moore film get’s a one-sheet
...plus, major interest in Michael Moore’s new documentary