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Not Rated In Theaters 09/18/2009 , 111min.
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Critic score based on 6 reviews

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February 26, 2009
America is addicted to oil, and has so many reasons to want to get away from our dependency on foreign governments and greedy profiteering oil companies. Fuel is really entertaining and fun, and it offers some real answers to a lot of America's problems.
November 16, 2008
We are addicted to oil, and it needs to end. Luckily we will soon have someone who knows what hes doing in office!!!
October 31, 2008
"Fuel" a fun, educational, inspirational film that reminds us that we need to start making different choices about energy. "Invonvenient Truth" told us we need to get our government to get us out of the energy mess. "Fuel" tells us to get ourselves out by choosing alternative energy sources available to us as consumers. The imagery is captivating, the songs are memorable, and the message is
October 30, 2008
"Fuel" is no doubt the 2008 green film. It documents truth about "war on terrorism," oil, greed, corruption plus inspiring actions that leaders of integrity around the US and the world are taking to foster peace, health, prosperity and empowerment based on clean energy alternatives. It documents the bogus debate about food for fuel - exposing the real issue cause of the food crisis - oil
October 30, 2008
This movie is presented in an incredibly fair and open manner. It takes a serious look at the effects of fuel on our economy, our environment, and our foreign policy. Regardless of ones prior feelings about environmental issues this movie will make you realize that our current reliance on petroleum is not an option. Whether it be due to the effects of fuel, or the fact there just won't be any

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Village Voice
Those outside the bio-church aren't likely to drive--even on regular and currently cheap gasoline--to see Fuel at their local theater. Full Review
Desson Thomson
Washington Post
It is stylistically breezy but deeply sincere, as Tickell offers a thoughtful, well-researched argument for alternative energy. Full Review
G. Allen Johnson
San Francisco Chronicle
A peppy, bouncy documentary that is watchable and informative, although Tickell's celebrity name-dropping at times detracts from the serious message. Full Review
Jeannette Catsoulis
The New York Times
If you can resist the urge to run for the exit, you may leave the theater feeling a lot more hopeful than when you went in. Full Review

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