One of the most highly anticipated hit movies of the year, What the Bleep Do We Know!? has arrived on DVD. This life-changing film has become a worldwide phenomenon and is now available in this special double disc edition. Packed with over 2 hours of exclusive extras, What the Bleep Do We Know!? takes you that little bit further and allows you to explore some of life's most fundamental questions. Embark on a life-changing journey with Amanda (Marlee Matlin), a photographer who tumbles down a metaphysical rabbit hole. Her inspirational voyage through the worlds of science and spirituality is composed of revelations by quantum physics experts, playful animation and gripping drama. Ultimately, Amanda's perception of reality is turned inside out and the meaning of life becomes clear. See for yourself why this groundbreaking movie became one of the most compelling and talked about films of the year. What the Bleep Do We Know!? stars leading authorities in the fields of quantum physics, molecular biology, neurology, theology and metaphysical thought: Dr Fred Alan Wolf Ph.D. Candace Pert Ph.D. John Hagelin Ph.D. Dr Amit Goswami Ph.D. Stuart Hameroff M.D. Dr William Tiller Ph.D.
One sided and misleading.
- What the Bleep Do We (K)now!? review by Shatner's Bassoon
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What the Bleep Do We (K)now!? is easily one of the worst documentaries I have ever seen. Quantum physics is related to the study of subatomic particles and seems to challenge everything physicists thought they knew about matter, energy, and the laws of the universe. However, 'What the Bleep Do We (K)now!?' isn't a documentary about quantum theory; there is only the most briefest of explanations to what quantum theory even is. Like a lot of documentaries, you are presented with information from talking head experts, which you are expected to accept as factual. The trouble is none of the so called experts are introduced; none of their credentials are listed on screen, there are never any alternative views and soon enough you get the feeling something isn't quite right. As the documentary progresses it branches into unrelated topics based around spirituality and achieving a higher consciousness, you then realise that what you are actual watching is a feature length promotional film for the 'Ramtha School of Enlightenment' and most of the so called experts within the film are themselves members of the cult of Ramtha. Aside from being wrong about the physics, it's not even entertaining or enlightening and is cult propaganda at its finest.