Despite the inevitable platitudes and sentimentalities, this movie is made great by the endearing moments between Woodley and Elgort that are like little pearls, and the beautiful, poetic dialogues and monologues.
Scientists presented like rock stars. It's a fair comparison, and Dawkins and Krauss are science role models. The documentary won't convince the religious, but it doesn't seem to be made with that purpose in mind. It's to strengthen those who have the guts to doubt.