The film’s restricted scope of analysis and limited selection of sources threatens to undermine its conclusions. show more
[This] timely documentary is less persuasive about translating logic into political and economic reality. show more
Robert Stone directed the wonderful environmental movement history documentary “Earth Days,” and that earns him the benefit of the doubt for his latest, Pandora’s Promise. He needs that benefit, because what he sets out to do in 87 minutes is upend 50 years of green movement anti-nuclear power dogma. show more
I thought\" Pandora Promise\" was an excellent movie .It was fair well balanced.It challenges the current propaganda with factual information . I ******* took a few more minutes to discuss some of the more technical aspect of nuclear power but it was good . The energy of the future is electricity there will be a storage break through at some point be it battery\'s or fuel cell likes devices . The best cheapest most environmental friendly method to produce electricity is nuclear power . I think if it was not for the incorporate influence of big oil we would be living in an electric world today powered by nuclear energy .