An impassioned ecology-themed documentary that ultimately is more rewarding for informational than cinematic reasons. show more
The one film to see on this most crucial subject. show more
The word bears repeating, so everyone from Andrew Weil to Stephen Hawking to Mikhail Gorbachev is here to speak the still-inconvenient truth. The filmmaking, however, is far more relentless than in that Oscar-winning Al Gore slide show. show more
gosh this movie sucks. The characters are gay and dumb. Its stupid and this is coming form a guy whos favorite movies sre monty python, napolien dynamite, airplane, and anything with jim carrey or adam sandler. this movie is a cheap not as funny rip off of dodgeball with more innapropate jokes. DONT SEE THIS MOVIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
if you want to see a "who's who" of progressive thought on sustainable development, sustainable energy etc as well as great leaders in the environmental/government/progressive business area -- here they are. What a wonderful effort from so many "great" minds and thinkers of the times who've come together to lend their voice in this film. Beautiful and inspiring scenery footage - scenes from around the world. It will make you fall in love with planet earth again if you've fallen out of it.
Many of the talking heads in the movie were interviewed in the Sundance Channel's TV series "Big Ideas for a Small Planet". Much of the interviewing focuses on individuals ideas and opinions but as a documentary should include more evidence and data. I think an Inconvient Truth told a more compleling story. I think the overall message is important but I'm critical of this film as particularily good at delivering that message.