"What the Bleep..."


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I have heard it's for an audience who doesn't know much about physics, as it supposedly takes "cutting edge" physics ideas and misapplies them recklessly.

We plan to rent it because a friend wanted to know our opinion. I would not see the movie, on my own; I'd rather see "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy"

Anywho, is the movie all that Drew Barrymore says it is? Life changing? Proof of soul? Or complete garbage? Or some of each? What should we look for, when we watch it?
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Anywho, is the movie all that Drew Barrymore says it is? Life changing? Proof of soul? Or complete garbage? Or some of each? What should we look for, when we watch it?
I my opinion: complete garbage
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AFAIK, it's unanimous.

http://www.physicsforums.com/showthr...ighlight=Bleep

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"What the Bleep..."


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