Fahrenheit 11/9

I think most people don't know that this isn't just Michael Moore's scathing portrait of Trump, the administration and what got the US here but it is also Moore's film about Flint, Michigan's water poisoning, the 2018 education workers' strikes and the Parkland student activists. A must-see even if you consider yourself part of the choir.

My only criticism is that the film hits a speed bump when Moore
ponders on the relationship between Trump and Ivanka. For five minutes, the film is reduced to click bait-like sensationalism.

One of the most important and accomplished films of the year.