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Now that he is dead...
...this movie resonates all the more of the difficult life he lived and the humor that somehow came out of it.
Pryor begins life as the son of a Prostitute, later turns his hyper energy into Theatre (thanks to a school teacher who he later gave his 1st Emmey to), turns to drug and alcohol addiction, is savagely burned during a bad freebase accident, is diagnosed with MS, is forced to spend his life in a wheelchair and throughout goes through many divorces. And the man is funny - what a genius (campare to Beethoven's life).
Props to Richard Pryor for sharing his life and also for being the 1st African-American comedian to take on 'race' and actually making it work.
Pryor was the Man!
Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004)
Use you brain Kiddies!
I would gather that most of you can decipher fact from fiction, yes? Moore's views depicted in this film are a meld of opinion and truth. Make up your mind for yourself, take what you might with you and leave blind faith to the naive among us. Maybe you may even learn a thing or two (unless of course you are a blind follower, say from the far right ala Rush Limbaugh).
Personally, I believe Mr. Moore has offered an honest interpretation of his view of Bush and his administration. Some of his logic isn't linear and takes a leap of faith, but I didn't see anything false. Kudos to Moore for his vision. Hopefully this will be the final nail in W's re-election heart!