Ralph Breaks the Internet
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Must-see viewing for anyone involved in the high-tech industry. Others may find it migraine-inducing, despite Moore's attempts at whimsy and spoon feeding.
Everybody loves a David and Goliath story, and this one is told almost entirely from David's point of view.
... a boring parade of talking heads and technical gibberish that will do little to advance the Linux cause.
Tells a lot about the rationale of the open-source movement, but shows virtually none of its fruits. Interviews only open-source advocates.
remains about as graphically devoid as the old Linux command line
This in-depth study of important developments of the computer industry should make it required viewing in university computer science departments for years to come.
The charm of Revolution OS is rather the way it introduces you to new, fervently held ideas and fanciful thinkers.
A didactic and dull documentary glorifying software anarchy.
Ultimately, the film amounts to being lectured to by tech-geeks, if you're up for that sort of thing.
Moore's complex and important film is also, believe it or not, immensely entertaining, a David and Goliath story that's still very much playing itself out.
Great story, bad idea for a movie.
... it's as comprehensible as any Dummies guide, something even non-techies can enjoy.
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