Critics Say


For Parents



By Peace2U2
Written November 08, 2008
You'll laugh, cry, cheer... but most importantly - you'll start organizing for change straight away. FUEL informs. inspires and motivates people of all ages to be the world we want to see. Congrats Josh Tickell!! You did it! Obama needs you - but more importantly, the world needs you. All the best. PS: Tickell, your blog and ways we can change the US and the world to green and peaceful at *** is great. Every school needs to see this film and become involved with its education program.
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Oregon and Washington

By jamesburke
Written December 14, 2008
I heard from someone the other day that this movie is only being shown in Oregon and Washington to determine it's release. This is an important movie to see for anyone who needs to fully comprehend the magnitude of the impending disaster they will see in their lifetime without immediate intervention. Until "an inconveinient truth" arrived, most people didn't seem to care about our crisis. I now realize that it was a lack of scientific knowledge among us in which the real issue resides. Movies are an incredibly effective means of educating the general public who only learn when they are entertained. If we really want to change the outcome, this movie would be best shown for free. What an investment :)
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By lisaxl
Written December 11, 2008
This is a must see movie for all! My 11 year old daughter thought this was the best film she's ever seen. I actually felt uplifted and hopeful when leaving the theater. Josh does a wonderful job opening our eyes showing simple solutions to our dependance on petroleum oil. Do the earth a favor a watch this movie.
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By ginacasati
Written December 05, 2008
great movie! go see it.
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for the next generation

By fishtank9
Written November 16, 2008
This is a must see for our times, especially now that Obama is in office and we are seeking change. Great cinematography, Sheryl Crow's "Gasoline" is catchy, and the movie will serve to find more ideas on how to move our planet forward and into humanity. A very personal inspirational story as well.
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