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Age of Stupid

By susib
Written September 23, 2009
Excellent...and frightening. I hope it will move people to become the solution to climate control. I thought I was doing my part but now know I have a lot of work to do.
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The Age of Stupid LIVE

By jj2jj
Written September 23, 2009
This movie was a incredible look at what we are doing to our planet and how everyone should be concerned and involved to uphold our planet. NO ONE SHOULD MISS THIS MOVIE!!!
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The Age of Stupid

By gingerthomson
Written September 23, 2009
Must see - I can't speak to the film-making, though I found it quite entertaining. The point is driven home, though. We must reverse glbal warming and not delay one more day. Everyone should see this film. Will it be made available soon?
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The Age of Stupid

By gailflig
Written September 23, 2009
The guy in the future telling the story didn't work for me. It was too repetitive (pushing buttons) and didn't really seem believable. The part at the beginning with the interviews at the premiere was boring. The movie itself was good, although disjointed. The speeches at the end were good, but the main speaker moved around too much and was too full of herself. The Radiohead song added nothing (could have been my age).
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Age of Stupid

By beequeen
Written September 23, 2009
Go see this, but keep in mind that the director has taken liberties with her subject matter, particularly the several individuals around the world she chose to document; with the exception of the man in his 80's from the Swiss/French Alps, whose story was told without a slant, the other stories were skewed in a negative or positive way, depending on the director's opinion. Also, her live premier-night appearance in NY, where she rudely tried to orchestrate onstage events -including an awkward and terrible introduction of Kofi Annan and the president of the Maldives--did a lot to obscure the message she was trying to deliver. I DO think people should go see the film. Franny Armstrong deserves praise for having achieved what she did in creating this film --a wake-up call regarding global warming. But she should stay BEHIND the camera, not in front of it. Her nervous, arrogant, bitchy attitude came across (along with several expletives deleted that were inadvertantly broadcast).
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