Joined: Mar. 2008
Some more choice snippets for your consideration:
This ought to be merely the first of many well crafted excursions into the mainstream with ID.
One can only hope....
With such a small crowd, I was struck to hear sustained applause, thatís rare.
Apparently, going to sparsely attended documentary screenings is something of a hobby for the Slinger, since he/she seems to have some basis for applause duration comparison.
The 7:10 showing in Memphis was sold out!!!
Notable for it's brevity, mostly.
The area where I saw the film is mostly lower to lower middle class and recent immigrant communities, which probably isnít the best demographic for this type of film, IMHO.
Great movie, but my skeptical friend slept through half of it (heís 70, and a regular napper).
Which half did he sleep through? If it's the latter, he may just have been 70 and really fucking bored.
I was surprised by the ending drawing the lines between Hitler and Darwin. I thought it was unnecessary, perhaps. And then, perhaps itís time to really slap the Darwinists about a bit. I took a Catholic girl to watch the movie, she liked it too.
Suprised? Apparently, Gods iPod was avoiding spoilers. Uneccessary, perhaps? That's not quite the right word, either of them.
I was concerned that the Nazi connection would be overplayed. It was not. The central theme was the Berlin Wall. I thought it worked quite well. The reviews have been unfair and out of touch.
How does a review qualify as "out of touch"? What, they were bitching that this newfangled technicolor nonsense was too distracting and the director needs to stop watching the Emm-Tee-Vee and get a haircut?
I wouldn't be bothered reading about the selfish gene because it has never been identified. -- Denyse O'Leary, professional moron
Again "how much". I don't think that's a good way to be quantitative.-- gpuccio