Written May 24, 2015
A well-made film with an attractive cast that makes a case against the fracking extraction of domestic natural gas. The case is made in the context of dishonest manipulation by an immensely wealthy corporation, but without discussion of the brief mention in the credits of film financing from Abu Dhabi, a major oil exporter. Until/unless the credits are altered to give full direct dislosure & discussion of the financing I recommend against the film.
Written February 14, 2016
THIS MOVIE SHOULD REMIND EACH OF US TO PROTECT GOD'S EARTH! WHILE SHALE FLAGGING MAY BE A MEANS OF RELEASING NATURAL GAS, IS IT THE BEST WAY? IT'S A SUTTLE BUT AFFECTIVE POLITICAL PIECE! MATT DAMON DOES A FINE JOB; REALISTIC CHARACTER. HOPING, EACH PERSON THINKS LONG AND HARD ABOUT LIVING ONE WITH NATURE!
Written May 06, 2016
Go if you are an environmental wacko, hate big business, and love getting our energy sources from countries that hate us. You can't miss the message.
Besides, the movie was tedious and boring. It also had a very predictable ending.
Written January 08, 2013
Well acted....a message film. I am more than a little sympathetic to the enviorenmental position it is supporting, but I think the ending was a little improbable. consequently it may have damaged it cause more than helped it.
Written September 03, 2015
This movie is one of the best dramatic performaces from Matt Damon, Frances Mcdormand, and John K, who is best known for being a comdian. I saw an episode of CSI based on the plot of the movie and it's really sad that Oil Companies do this. Everyone that was casted was believable in their roles, especially Hal Holbrook. This movie is for anyone who wants to see a great dramatic movie but don't take my word for it, see it for yourselves.