Ralph Breaks the Internet
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Those viewers who are trying to keep an open mind about the existence or nonexistence of the divine may find Dawkins' certainty as off-putting as that of the religious activists he meets.
Poorly done, although the idea was there, it was just... sloppy. (Saw this some time last year.)
A highly informative 2-part documentary which highlights the DEFINITE flaws in our world's religions. Richard Dawkins scientifically disproves many religious myths (purported by the church as facts) - with an emphasis on Creationism vs Evolutionism (1st half). The 2nd half is incredibly powerful, since Dawkins cleanly outlines the role of religion as a motivation for 'religiously-validated' rape, female oppression, genocidal war, and territorial theft between races (backed up by scriptural evidence).
By debating with evangelists and other dogmatic religious bigots, he thoroughly proves that religion is counterproductive to our world economy and social structure.
Whether you're religious or not, I recommend this film. It will inject rational thought, where irrationality has always resided.
Free to watch:
(Part 1) "God Delusion"
(Part 2) "Virus of Faith"
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