Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed Reviews

  • Apr 10, 2019

    Every desperate atheist and Darwinist locked in sync are doing exactly as expected: attacking good questions with insults. The review scores and their petty anger towards Ben Stein are completely avoiding the glaring fact about Darwinism that is indisputable: it's a mess. It's a poorly defined theory that is filled with too many unanswered questions. It's a theory that asks the same of its believers as any religion does: to accept most of it on faith. Those who are brave enough to look honestly at science can easily see the creator screaming from every part of it. Saying "here I am!". One huge way the critics, especially the ones with really thin skin, are being completely dishonest in their criticism is when they say the film proports that darwinists are nazis. The film does nothing even close to calling all Darwinists nazis. In fact it says constantly, many times, that "of course not all proponents of Darwinism are inclined to support naziism". The film couldn't have been more clear in what it's asking the viewer to do. It's asking the viewer to look at historical examples of what great supporters and believers of Darwin did with their mindset and how they wished to use it to change society, and it asks the viewer to simply question what they've been taught their whole life.

    Every desperate atheist and Darwinist locked in sync are doing exactly as expected: attacking good questions with insults. The review scores and their petty anger towards Ben Stein are completely avoiding the glaring fact about Darwinism that is indisputable: it's a mess. It's a poorly defined theory that is filled with too many unanswered questions. It's a theory that asks the same of its believers as any religion does: to accept most of it on faith. Those who are brave enough to look honestly at science can easily see the creator screaming from every part of it. Saying "here I am!". One huge way the critics, especially the ones with really thin skin, are being completely dishonest in their criticism is when they say the film proports that darwinists are nazis. The film does nothing even close to calling all Darwinists nazis. In fact it says constantly, many times, that "of course not all proponents of Darwinism are inclined to support naziism". The film couldn't have been more clear in what it's asking the viewer to do. It's asking the viewer to look at historical examples of what great supporters and believers of Darwin did with their mindset and how they wished to use it to change society, and it asks the viewer to simply question what they've been taught their whole life.

  • Feb 19, 2019

    Excellent depiction of the science community and it's "religion"

    Excellent depiction of the science community and it's "religion"

  • Nov 07, 2018

    This film was almost good.

    This film was almost good.

  • May 09, 2018

    OMG how many people did you need to cut mid sentence to make it appear they say something that you still need to twist and turn to make it vaguely appear it support your position?

    OMG how many people did you need to cut mid sentence to make it appear they say something that you still need to twist and turn to make it vaguely appear it support your position?

  • Apr 21, 2018

    amazing and very interesting

    amazing and very interesting

  • Apr 15, 2018

    Interesting, to the point and sometimes even funny..... in the good way of course.

    Interesting, to the point and sometimes even funny..... in the good way of course.

  • Mar 21, 2018

    While watching this "documentary" with its unintentionally apt subtitle "No Intelligence Allowed", it's difficult to rid oneself of the nagging suspicion that it's a spoof. Assessed as a spoof it can be said to sort of work, at least partially. This film could be used to illustrate the concept of a "straw man argument", it's possible it doesn't make a single true statement about the "Theory of Evolution".

    While watching this "documentary" with its unintentionally apt subtitle "No Intelligence Allowed", it's difficult to rid oneself of the nagging suspicion that it's a spoof. Assessed as a spoof it can be said to sort of work, at least partially. This film could be used to illustrate the concept of a "straw man argument", it's possible it doesn't make a single true statement about the "Theory of Evolution".

  • Dec 23, 2017

    Great film! All the irrational hate over this movie shows it has touched a nerve with the high priests of the dogma of evolution.

    Great film! All the irrational hate over this movie shows it has touched a nerve with the high priests of the dogma of evolution.

  • Aug 21, 2016

    does a great job of documenting the religious discrimination that goes on behind closed doors in university environments.

    does a great job of documenting the religious discrimination that goes on behind closed doors in university environments.

  • Apr 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.

    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.