Wow, that was great! It should be required viewing for everybody in the world.

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Comment by robin on February 21, 2009 at 9:13pm
I was thrilled that they actually had it in theaters at two places here in Dallas! We were able to go opening weekend. There were about 20 other people or so at the 4:00 PM showing on that Friday.
Comment by Moonbeam on February 21, 2009 at 8:45pm
I think it would have been really interesting to see it in a theater and see the responses. In most cases it would probably be a fairly open-minded audience, but of course just by statistics most of them would be the theists of some kind or another. I imagine people laughed at it, it was really funny, but the ending was really powerful, and surely that made some of them think about just what it is they are really doing and how they are actually supporting the maniacs that will possibly (probably?) bring about the end of the world as we know it.

My partner is an atheist, but a wimpy, don't-rock-the-boat kind, and I think that made him realize that maybe I do have a point with all the arguing and stuff that I do. So it's good for everybody to see.
Comment by DeafAtheist on February 21, 2009 at 8:45pm
I just watched it Tuesday night myself. Got it from Netflix and thought it was excellent. I plan to add it to my own DVD collection.
Comment by Joshua Dolan on February 21, 2009 at 8:36pm
Good film. My wife and I saw it in the theater and just bought it two nights ago. She showed it to one of her friends while I was working and she enjoyed it also. Need to have a movie night at the end of the quarter and show it to more people.
Comment by cj the cynic on February 21, 2009 at 7:36pm
Yeah, it was great. Too bad its theatrical release was so limited. Americans are too delusional to handle critical documentaries.



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