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Love learning from Richard Dawkins always.
Enjoyable, although it doesn't offer anything new between the endless debates of the religious and atheist people of the world.
The Root of all Evil is a very intriguing and interesting documentary on the plague of religion upon the world, spoken and created by Richard Dawkins. However, although the man's genius is indisputable and the points he makes are in all fairness, true and reasonable, he doesn't seem capable of having an emotionless and relevant debate with the interviewees. The documentary is done in a somewhat amateur fashion without going into detail and instead spreading itself across many subjects very briefly.
Once again proves more evidence towards Evolution over Creationism and the corruptness of most if not all the worlds religions
Interesante documental divido en dos partes ("La ilusiÃ³n de dios" y "el virus de la fe"), a travÃ (C)s del cuÃ¡l Richard Dawkins hace una crÃtica a las tres grandes religiones monoteÃstas -el islam, el cristianismo y el judaÃsmo-. ValiÃ (C)ndose de entrevista con varios lÃderes espirituales y feligreses, Dawkins muestra los efectos de la fe irracional en los dogmas, al tiempo que alienta al uso del libre pensamiento y la bÃºsquedas de respuestas.
Aunque por momentos -en especial al inicio de cada parte- hace uso de un lenguaje duro y quizÃ¡s alarmista para uno que otro espectador, es sin duda un interesante documento acerca del eterno debate ciencia versus fe, que bien vale la pena considerar, seas creyente o no.
Excellent, excellent, excellent!
One of the best documentaries I've seen. Some may find that Dawkins' impatience with a lot of religious ideals takes away from the film, but I found myself just as incredulous. This is not a fence-sitting look at religious fundamentalism, it is an unapologetic and brutal critique of religious ideas and the thinking (or lack thereof) behind them. Five stars.
Wonderful. Dawkins is a king.