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I never really believed in God and Heaven. So when Bill Mahr did this I was so proud, that finally the otherside of the agrument get their chance to explain. I think Mahr is an asshole but he's a funny ass motherfucker, and this movie over powers my dislike for him.
WARNING: Not for uber religious folks.† I really enjoyed this.† Maher says at the beginning that it's all about doubt but by the end it's very clear his position on religion.† I didn't know there was a Jesusland in FL.† Scary.† I also found it quite humorous how most people didn't get that he was making fun of them.† The reformed gay?†Seriously?† I'm guessing he was never gay to begin with.† It's not a disease people, seriously!† I loved this; religious zealots may not.†Recommended.
I get what he was going for...it just seems pointless. Watch an episode of Real Time and you will get all of Bill's thoughts on these matters. And, like Real Time, Bill is unfunny and obnoxious the entire time.
An entertaining film in which Maher approaches in an eye-opening manner the undeniable danger represented by religion and the logical nonexistence of virtue in faith, although he also waters it down a bit by mainly targeting the most stupid kind of people that he can find.