Written July 26, 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 December 29, 2012
An inconvenient movie... it's brainwashing 101.
Radical liberals will love it, educated citizens will see it for what it is.
It's bad enough that they indoctrinate your children in public schools but when it comes to having a choice, don't spend your money on propaganda comrade.
Written January 12, 2013
This was one of the best movies I have seen in a long time. Both Matt Damon and John Krasinski were excellent. Frances McDormond was also extremely good. This was a very topical movie in that fracking is going on all over the US. I also thought that Hal Holbrook was perfectly cast.
If you haven't seen it, I would advise you to go.
Written July 30, 2014
Credible and with beautiful scenery
Final plot twist a little too sinister
Nice background romance
Written August 22, 2014
It's a "cute" treatment of a serious issue, but a superficial treatment. Pretty slow moving for the theater, but could be okay to watch at home. Wait to see it on Netflix or OnDemand and save a few $.