Love him or hate him, Micheal Moore puts together documentaries like nobody's business. I will admit that I've actually enjoyed a few of them. But even I admit, that its been a while since he's made something great or even passibly mediocre.
I am not sure if "Fahrenheit 11/9" is supposed to be a sequel to his film "Fahrenheit 9/11" or if its just a clever play on words. My biggest problem with "Fahrenheit 9/11" is that its always going to be a movie of its time, a small document of where the country was at one point in time. The Kerry-Bush election is beyond passe at this point, so I don't see lots of stock in rewatching that film. The same can be said possibly with "Fahrenheit 11/9." In four years, eight years tops, Trump will be out of office, so what will be the point.
No matter what, the film is sure to strike up debate, which I am sure is Moore prerogative.