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Current Rating: 3.00

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  • 4 stars Its spaces of pure silence married with stunning undeniable photographs and real action create a truth that cannot be escaped. The facts, the astonishing numbers, are delivered in a similarly quiet, simply real, honest voice, at appropriate intervals. Whilst the delivery felt boring at times, this served to mimic our compliancy with what we and our planet have become. Anthropocene presents gently the harsh reality of what Earth was and how we have morphed it in our very short time here.
  • 4 stars Good visuals, strong message, standard "we're killing the planet" message.
  • Any half-wit could've told you that a world without population checks where everyone wants to live like a king with crap designed to last 4 years, where Q4 revenue is more important than the waste it generates, is not going to end well.
  • 1 stars Another left wing shading of the obvious truth, the solutions to 90% of the world's problems; overpopulation. Why does no one talk about this anymore? I'll tell you; right and left wing make trillions of dollars having us breed to extinction. The left gets lots more of ignorant uneducated voters, the right gets cheap labor. I pray daily for a mad scientist to develop a 60% mortality flu virus.
  • 5 stars "Yet another disgusting so called documentary made by left wing ideologues based on junk science." The odds you actually watched it are 0. You're the junk lil' buddy.
  • 1 stars Yet another disgusting so called documentary made by left wing ideologues based on junk science.
  • 3 stars Enlightening, however a but slow in spots. Be ready to take a nap.

Anthropocene: The Human Epoch

Genre:  Documentary
Running Time:  87 min.
Release Date:
September 28, 2018 - Toronto
October 5, 2018 - Vancouver
October 19, 2018 - Montréal
DVD: January 22, 2019
Blu-ray: January 22, 2019

Current rating: Rating: 3.00
based on 12 votes and 7 reviews
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Cast: Alicia Vikander