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YAAFM 9: Michael Moore

rated 3.47 / 5 stars
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Aug 30, 2004 | 3:39 AM EDT

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PLEASE READ!: For my note to all negative replies and UNJUST ZERO SCORES... please check out OK... now that that's out of the way... YAAFM's triumphant return features Michael Moore. Yes, ALL the quotes are real. More animation in this one. Hope you enjoy.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent as always.

I think this is excellent and I'd like to tell all the liberal self important pricks who are knocking it b/c they DO NOT LIKE WHAT IT SAYS to get the hell out of the USA if they don't like it here. Just because your assfuking hero just got his shit packed for him with his own quotes don't be pissy about it. Realize that he was insulting YOU! stoopid. If your an American and you think his statements of how stoopid you are aren't directed at you, YOU ARE THE PEOPLE HE'S TALKING ABOUT! you don't have to agree with anyone but you don't have to attempt to ruin this guys good rep b/c you are a Michael Moore supporter.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

tell it like it is

Finally some one is telling america what i have known since he started this insult to this great nation im so proud to live in. Fuck Michael Moore fuck him up his silly little ass.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

ha ha ha

i hate michael moore i hope he dies a very painful death


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very nice stuff.

Dispite all of the partisan people, I am able to remember YAAFM 5 where you blasted the president, too. I saw F 9/11 and was appauled at the obvious propaganda designed for the ignorant sheeple who cried conspiracy shortly after the MOVIE (yes, it was only a movie).

Despite all the political bullshit (yes, it is all bullshit), this flick was rather amusing. I appreciate the YAAFM series (despite the distasteful ads) and will continue to be a big fan.

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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

What was that?

I thought that YAAFM was meant to be about dumb celebrates. Michael Moore is probably one of the only Americans to say it like it is and I think a lot of people get scared of that, like The Walrus obviously is. The other episodes were great but stick to people who are stupid not make extremely unrealistic comments about of filmmakers that frighten you so much