A balanced examination of the reasons for the electric car's disappearance, reasons that include corporate collusion and greed, governmental spinelessness and oil company propaganda -- but also consumer indifference and the limitations of the vehicles themselves. show more
Who Killed the Electric Car?, a fascinating feature-length documentary by Chris Paine, opens with a mock funeral, then follows the structure of a mock trial in which multiple suspects are found guilty. show more
As efficient and zippy as its subject. show more
September 15, 2008 Bob Bennett
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Burn after reading has received rave revues from film critics so I and my wife went to see on a Sunday afternoon. And frrankly, dear readers, except for being in color had all the gratuitous EFF, MEFF, EFFS and EFFING words been bleeped out it would almost qualify as a SILENT MOVIE.
July 18, 2008 hogane70
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It is uterly discusting how the US Govenment is controled by the oil industry. Wile our sons and daughters are getting killed in Iraq and Afganistan this administration only cares about its own needs and how they can get rich. Like the film sayes they can sell us anything they want so dont tell me that there was or is no market for the electric car. I thought for sure there would be one in every garage within just a few years just to find out that the government and the oil company killed every electric car they made. I will never purchase anything from GM again as long as I live They are playing with our lives. not only due to the ever rising cost of fuel but with the pollution the regular cars put into our air. Sorry about the spelling I dont have spell check but I am so mad I just have to speak out. I hope everyone that sees this film gets angry enough do act. Write you congresman write your president write anyone who will listen. We have a right to breath clean air and not to spend all our money on the pump. THIS MUST STOP. Bring back the electric car Ms. President!!!
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