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August 21, 2016
does a great job of documenting the religious discrimination that goes on behind closed doors in university environments.
July 17, 2016
Such an ignorant documentary film in every way possible.
½ April 15, 2016
So basically what Im seeing here is: Rotten Tomatoes "reviews" have a heavy-handed bias towards any movie that does not toe the anti-Christian view that already dominates Hollywood. Witnessing this bias throughout to many different movies, Ill be getting my "reviews" elsewhere.
March 18, 2016
Regardless of a person's world view, facts are still the facts. Serious scientists have been black balled from universities because they have discovered things that undermine political correctness. Academia should be a free thought zone, not subject to the political biases of intolerant bigots. Einstein would have been fired from some of our universities that now reject any argument for the existence of God. Einstein did not believe in the God of the Bible, but he did not believe the universe could exist without a pre-existent eternal being behind it. Nothingness is incapable of creating something. Everything that exists had to start from an eternal source, or nothing would be possible.
½ March 10, 2016
Not a good documentary. It's pointed without reason to be and deliberately misrepresents facts to suit their narrative. Terribly edited with appeals to emotion, conflating evolution and abiogensis/panspermia. Stein deliberately misrepresents concepts that are well-known across the scientific community. Disgrace of a "documentary".
March 8, 2016
Important subject, well presented. Important to differentiate between a fundamentalist approach to the Bible and intelligent design. Even Richard Dawkins could agree that he sees intelligent design in nature. He just refuses to attribute that to a metaphysical force.
February 13, 2016
This documentary presents the facts as they are: Darwinists and the people who support them financially want this nation to be another Hitler's Germany. Watch this show and see it for what it really investigates: not that there is a God, but that those who don't believe in a creator and only exist as humanists really only want a supreme race; that is what evolutionists desire at the heart of it all. It is offensive that atheist evolutionists actually accuse believers in a higher cause of life as being ignorant. Last thing, if the supreme race of aliens seeded this earth, who made them or why were they formed? What started their existence and why? Not a really good theory, dear atheist evolutionists...
½ February 9, 2016
Unfortunately can't give zero stars. While I'm a fan of Ben Stein and his normally reasonable viewpoint on divisive subjects, this particular movie starts with the "answer" and then tries to force fit supporting material in place. The low point for me was the intentional misquoting of Darwin to make it look like he supported the idea of culling the weak out of society when, in fact, the full quote says exactly the opposite. Anyone with an ounce of actual scientific curiosity will look that up and instantly dismiss this movie as pure religious propaganda.
½ January 13, 2016
Apparently Rotten Tomatoes have their own opposite political agenda to give such a harsh criticism on this interesting and sad documentary.
December 27, 2015
It raises important ideas and issues, asks important questions. No one could argue against that, right? Bueller...Bueller...Bueller...(I copied that review)
November 13, 2015
Boy does this movie piss off the left,just wish it were done better.
September 4, 2015
Absolutely atrocious. Filled with dishonesty and quote-mining, this poorly constructed piece of propaganda that pretends to be a documentary fails on everything it attempts.
The shoddy editing can be seen at the 27 minute mark when the cups of juice refill in between shots that are apparently back to back, and the 1:18 mark shows the worst offence (of many) of quote-mining, which uses a quote of Darwin to imply that evolution led to the Holocaust. A full examination of the quote reveals large parts of it (indeed, most of it) have been left out, and when read in full the final message is very different.
½ September 1, 2015
This film is insulting, not only to academia as a whole, but to the audience it so brazenly attempts to deceive. It is clearly a propaganda movie made by a lawyer, not an honest, objective documentary.
½ August 28, 2015
This is the most biased load of nonsense I have ever seen. It is so cringe worthy it defies belief. A propaganda movie that makes you want to scream at the TV, it is truly terrible,
August 9, 2015
Don't believe 'the critics' here. This is a great compelling documentary.
½ May 20, 2015
This movie is pure ass. Over-produced, straw man arguments, and Ben tries his hardest to debunk evolution without putting anything else forward.
April 12, 2015
this "Documentary" is worse than cancer, lies, deceits, cherry picked quotes, false representations, this thing is as dumb as its possible for a movie to be, the lowest of the low, the title is correct, to like this you need to have NO INTELLIGENCE.
½ March 17, 2015
I had to stop watching. "Science leads to killing people" demonstrates Steins ignorance.
½ March 4, 2015
I was just reminded about this movie, and I remember that I actually bothered to watch it.
The argument is constructed entirely on emotional appeal. They contend, to some extent, that some people were fired for what they were expressing, and that's really it. Could it be that they were making bold claims not backed by proper evidence? Nah, couldn't be...
And then there's Stein randomly applying Godwin's Law to an extent you wouldn't believe, using this movie as an excuse to take a field trip to Germany and attempt to demonize the scientific community as Nazis.
It's sad to see an older man who has some credit to his name ruin his entire life's work and turn into a child like this.
Nothing of merit in this movie.
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