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Greedy Lying Bastards

Rated PG-13 for brief strong language.

PG-13 In Theaters 03/8/2013 , 90min.
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April 19, 2014
yeap and the Idiot Al gore said "in 1999 the Polar Ice Caps would DISAPPEAR by 2014&********* 2014 and they are still here!!!,I think its Global Cooling don't you think!!!
January 20, 2014
The unsubstantiated propaganda in this doc gets thick. They never explain why money is answer to a problem that may or may not be real. Also the data they use to substantiate their theory has been found fraudulent many times over. If the crisis is real then it should be easier to prove.
December 25, 2013
Who doesn't believe there are people making truck loads of money on both sides of this issue and every other pending disaster, natural or man made? Save your money for something a good airconditioner.

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Slant Magazine
What Craig Scott Rosebraugh's film lacks in originality, it makes up for in comprehensiveness. Full Review
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
Filled with devastating statistics documenting the devastating effects of climate change on the planet, the film takes particular aim at CEOs, or “greedy lying bastards,” of the oil and gas corporations which are contributing to the crisis. Full Review
Jeannette Catsoulis
The New York Times
Collated for momentum, the film’s many interviews, wide-ranging archival footage and montage of modern ecological disasters form a blunt but carefully positioned instrument. And despite a bit of Michael Moore-style nonsense at the end the tightly edited narrative displays a reach (nine countries) and clarity of composition that hold the attention. Full Review
Kyle Smith
New York Post
There was a time when the climate-change alarmist movement was like a guy with a megaphone at your ear, but now it’s more like a squirrel at your shoelaces. Full Review
Liam Lacey
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
On the downside, Rosebraugh’s own film is too self-righteous and his attempts to play a humour-challenged, lightweight version of Michael Moore in front of the camera is a misfire. The climate-change deniers are comforting, though obviously wrong. Greedy Lying Bastards is grating, even if it’s right. Full Review

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