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Freewheeling and funny.
Inquiring into the reasons human beings exist, filmmaker Roger Nygard uncovers this stunner: Various people have different opinions.
While it will strike some as smug and others as sincere, pic certainly has a feel-good tone and playful attitude.
As a conversation starter ... it's an affable appetizer.
His film is no more profound than its forerunners, but it's quicker, funnier and less pretentious.
A genial, low-impact collection of thoughtful sound bites on all the big stuff.
A journey that prizes intellectual search over simplistic solutions, and if you come to it with a similar attitude you should enjoy ambling along.
Certainly there are filmgoers who enjoy this kind of noncommittal metaphysical quest. I am not one of them. It makes me think that the filmmaker is more interested in showing us his vacation slides instead of sharing any real insights.
It's overly, apologetically polite in its efforts to cover all the bases.
A fascinating film that shows us just how crazy we are for even trying to answer the big questions.
The problem is that Nygard is not a showman (like Moore) and the journey quickly loses its appeal.
A smart, engrossing, and entertaining crash course in the study of What It All Means.
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