What the Bleep Do We Know!? User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.84

Current Rating: 3.84

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  • I fail to see and understand some of the points that the experts are trying to make. I just don`t agree with all the information being presented. I did not like the animations used in this film at all and I think that they could`ve done a MUCH better job. The main character of the film ... I just don`t understand what she has to do with anything in this film.. her panic attacks make me nervous and the lack of self esteem thing ... well what was that supposed to be? are we watching a film on "selfconfidance" or physics???? I felt that except for maybe 30 mintues of the film the rest was a complete waste of my time. I don`t recommand it at al
  • great movie
  • I think its a really good movie. In this kind of movies you put yuore brain to work, and not only to sit with youre popcorn to see a stupid american movie! Its different, its the big "o"!!!!! great movie
  • This movie is filled with bogus science, mumbo jumbo, and outright technical nonesense, so don`t watch it thinking you`re going to learn anything about science. Watch it for the sparkling dialog, incredible acting, characterization, and plot? Yeah, right.
  • An incredible enlightening and inspiring movie. Although its not pure science I don`t believe it should be. Many ideas put forth by the writers and producers remind us that there is more to the universe and this planet than what we can see, feel and touch. Maybe we should consider the possiblities of the constant energy around us how we use it and how we can make this a better place for all.
  • By far, the most important movie I have ever seen.
  • Worst. Movie. Ever.
  • This movie was astonishing. I am very interested in the issues explored in the film. And, for the people who are saying that it is not factual? The interviewees in the movie are REAL scientists one of whom studied at u of t. The study on water crystals is also factual, and if you visit the official website you will see so yourself. Anyway, this movie will only enlighten entice and entertain the open minded. Humanity it not ready for this information, just like in Galieleo`s time.

What the Bleep Do We Know!?

Genre:  Comedy, Documentary, Drama, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Running Time:  108 min.
Release Date: October 8, 2004
DVD: March 15, 2005

Current rating: Rating: 3.84
based on 768 votes and 38 reviews
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Cast: Marlee Matlin, Elaine Hendrix, Robert Bailey, Jr., Armin Shimerman, Barry Newman, John Ross Bowie, Larry Brandenberg