Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Loud, Obnoxious, Yet Strangely Silent

It's interesting to note cult celebrity Michael Moore, director of the Bush bashing film Fahrenheit 9/11, is missing from the scene. Moore, who was the first place winner of this year's dubious 'Frigid 50' award, published by online movie magazine, has been strangely quiet of late. It's satisfying to observe how the results of a national election can serve a large portion of humble pie. CNN runs the story this way: - And the year's least-intriguing celebrity is ... - Nov 24, 2004: "LOS ANGELES (Reuters) -- Director Michael Moore, whose anti-President Bush film 'Fahrenheit 9/11' touched off a firestorm of controversy, topped an annual list on Monday of Hollywood's least-intriguing celebrities.

The outspoken documentarian, who seemed to be everywhere during the 2004 U.S. presidential campaign, urging the defeat of Bush, ranks No. 1 on this year's 'Frigid 50' published by online movie magazine

The Web site, known for an anti-establishment take on the entertainment industry, said its list names the stars it found to be the 'least-inspiring, least-intriguing people in Hollywood.'" more
Whatever happens I wouldn't count Moore down and out. I'm sure we'll see more of him. This guy is a real piece of work! Reference Link