I think people really need to watch both films or neither of them, in order to stay objective about the 9-11 issue. I did pay close attention to them and I realized they both have flaws. Consequently I'm not going to take a stand.
Why do we have to be either Democrat or Republican? Liberal or conservative?
Imagine you only have two choices in every aspects of your life; 2 types of college majors, jobs, cars, houses, etc. It's not making any sense, is it?
I believe a lot of people are like me; they don't agree with 100% of what the democrat or repulican stands for. Thus it is highly inaccurate to classify individuals into merely two categories. For what? So that we can fight each other like they did endlessly in the mid-east?
Come on, human beings are far more complex than that.
I believe it is a good thing to view both this film and Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11". (I watched Moore's film first.) Quite a few good points were raised in this film. There were also a few books mentioned that I'm going to look for at the library.("An End To Evil" by David Frum, "American Jihad" by Steven Emerson & "Treason" by Ann Coulter) I trust the information in this film a bit more than I do in Moore's film. (I noticed that the media doesn't hail this film quite as much as Moore's, and I wouldn't have even heard about it if it wasn't for Blockbuster's listings. I know that tells me something right there.) Michael Moore is having his moment in the sun, and people that promote strife & hatred don't ultimately prosper.