What the Bleep Do We Know!?2004
What the Bleep Do We Know!? (2004)
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Critic Reviews for What the Bleep Do We Know!?
Shot and acted with all the skill of a late-night infomercial.
As an entryway into new ways of thinking about the self, the universe, and the vast infinite whatnot of whatever (you know what we mean, oh wise one), this little movie is big.
The film with the year's most unfortunate title also happens to be a candidate for the year's worst film.
Sometimes What the #$*! Do We Know!? has the corny, ham-handed feel of an old 16mm educational movie, but I'm not sure how intentional this is.
Audience Reviews for What the Bleep Do We Know!?
Don't be fooled by this pseudoscientific garbage that uses misleading information of quantum mechanics to sell some self-help propaganda for a cult without even having the good faith to tell us the identity of its "illustrious" interviewees before the movie is already over.
The theatrical cut of this movie is but a taste. If it stirs your interest, then you must rent/buy the extended version which includes hours of additional footage including interviews, graphical explanations, and dramatic sequences. A nice introductory documentary to the world of quantum physics. Must see for anyone interested in science or philosophy, even if you are familiar with the topics, as the interviewees are fantastic and inject an enthusiastic quality to work as a successful facade for what is essentially a mashed-up (and atypically amusing) lecture.
This film is so cheap and tacky how it expects to discuss it's theories on quantum physics is beyond me. With scenes of sex and some bad language it may seem like this film is aimed at adults. However we are also treated to CGI representation of lust singing Robert Palmers 'Addicted to Love'. This film really is that wank. Represents theories as facts, and ties together some interesting interviews with a fictional sub-plot about some deaf woman which just happens to demonstarte everything being said. This is the same stuff you find in those self-help books but done in a much more patronizing manner. As entertainment it sucks, as a documentary it blows and as an enlightening doorway into a new vast realm of thought...it can fuck off.
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