For a film about American freedom of expression and the necessity for open dialogue, it's hard to imagine Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed being more one-sided, narrow-minded, and intellectually dishonest.
Apr 16 - 05:05 PM
Thank you for taking the time to post that very pertinent comment, lethalfarm. You've pretty much just summed up the ID'ers argument for putting religion in the classroom.
Apr 17 - 04:43 PM
When a conservative makes a documentary thats biased, its called narrow-minded and intellectually dishonest. When a liberal makes one (i.e Michael Moore or Al Gore) its ushered in on the red carpet. Oh yeah, and there's no bias in the media. Just don't believe liberal lies and think for yourself.
Apr 17 - 05:15 PM
Pretty nice how all of you attacked faith and not the movie itself. For being such a critic, you sure haven't critiqued yourselves
Apr 18 - 08:54 AM
"one-sided, narrow-minded"...sounds like a normal day in public school. They take a system that has NO proof and teach it as fact. When I say no proof I mean not even one single fosel showing one animal turning into another. And there are several animals/insects today that would not be alive if they went through changes...they had to have everything working at once...The Giraffe and Bombardier Beetle, just to name two.
Apr 19 - 06:07 PM
What does intellectually dishonest mean? It sounds like something but explain please. Just like evolution sounds like something but explain please. NO reviews should denounce the contextual strengths or failures of expelled without knowing something about the subject. You and your fellow reviewers are criticizing the context but without any intellectual discernment. That sounds biased to me. OH yeah, the movie spoke to this: an unwillingness to allow all ideas and evidence into the discussion.
Apr 20 - 07:07 PM
What are you all so afraid of?
Apr 20 - 07:32 PM