In all honesty, this DiCaprio-narrated documentary is repetitive and less data-driven than "An Inconvenient Truth". It uses the reliable 'scare tactic' of presenting rough cuts of horrifying catastrophic images/videos, cautionary narrations from experts to persuade the audience. However, "The 11th Hour" is better at giving a broader picture, covering ecology, political agendas and social roles and responsibilities, than focusing largely on climate change. It offers personal and corporate contributions for mitigation, supporting it with real-life technological examples. Also, to its credit, some interviews from the experts will resonate with any viewer with minimal sense of science and the environment, and were inspiring (to the point of fooling me that each scene is that very inspirational closing statement). Such VIP-fronted docs give a larger spotlight to such an urgent issue, and for this I applaud them.