Written October 28, 2014
The cast and filming of this beautiful film create a metaphor for American values of corporate greed and materialism vs American agricultural community life and values. One example of the close farming community that must decide if it wants to sell out for fracking by natural gas corporate development is the scene where a young girl is selling lemonaide. She insists on giving Matt Damon his change back from his purchase instead of just pocketing the profit. American farming communities ae vulnerable to corporate greed. There are no shootings , explodings, or violent fight scenes in this movie, so if that is what someone calls entertainment, you won't like this movie. If you appreciate human relationships and looking at values and motivations,with great character development,you will love this film!
Written June 27, 2013
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Written January 05, 2013
i thought it was quite boring and was disappointed in Matt Damon's performance. Used to seeing him in rather exciting movies, like the Bourne Series, where the plot and action carry you along.
In this movie he seemed to be sort of short and overweight, with a paunch, and certainly not handsome. Also did not project any real personality.
The movie really just confirms America's opinion of Big Business as totally corrupt and immoral. They would do anything to make more millions.
Very lack luster movie.
Written January 07, 2013
This movie could have been written by middle schoolers.....high-school kids could have done better, for sure. There was no advocacy for EITHER side of fracking, no facts or information provided, absolutely NOTHING compelling about any of it. Worst movie I have seen in a long time...first one I wanted to walk out on before it ended.
Save your money AND your time.
Written September 18, 2014
On a 1 to 10 scale I rate this movie a 6. Good plot. Would be alright to wait for video on this one.