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many panarama Visuals and smart lectures deliver the warning msg, but not enough about exactly what to do as an individual to help out. I dont like feeling so overwelmed and helpless. Fortunately, a group of friends share ideas to become committed to frugal life. The final credits of "an convenient truth" did an excellent job of involving us proactively.
A fantastic film that captured concepts that people are feeling individually but haven't voiced collectively. Some people feel Leonardo was out of place and perhaps he was, but at least it's a step towards mainstreaming green ideas which need to penetrate the rest of society, and if it takes Leonardo to be the character people can relate to then so be it.
I did not like this movie as much as 'An Inconvenient Truth'. I would have liked to see more scenery and actual happenings and maybe have the dialogue from the experts in the background. There was a lot of very interesting and true points raised.
how ironic.....Leonardo DiCaprio, one of the biggest film stars, is trying to preach to us about the environment. Almost as funny as an ex-vice-president of the United States. the film industry is one of the biggest pollutors of the environment and the U.S. is one of the biggest polluting countries. I'd rather watch the Simpsons then have these guys try to preach to me. Wake up people, Green is good for the economy, and thats what these guys are trying to achieve.
Wow, what an incredibly well-made movie. A must see if you care about this planet. I took my fifteen year old and a friend and they gave it two thumbs up.
The film was very good. It isn't just another film about global warming, it isn't about Leonardo DiCaprio trying to pull an Al Gore move. There are some similar facts presented in this film that were discussed in An Inconvenient Truth but this film...(read more) looked at things from a broader angle. It puts into perspective all of life that has existed on earth, how many species have come and gone in the history of the planet and how our species, human beings, have become disconnected from nature and the planet we live on. The film takes a different approach to things and is trying to be a wake up call to humans that if we don't change our habits, our thinking, our design of the world, our