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zpiloto 06-24-2006 12:06 PM

An Inconvenient truth
 
Went to go see it the other night and found it very interesting. Kind of an eye opener. Recomend you check it out.The sad part was I went at 7:40 pm on Wed and there were 4 other people in the theather.:(

SVOboy 06-24-2006 02:28 PM

What's it about?

zpiloto 06-24-2006 02:34 PM

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Originally Posted by SVOboy
What's it about?

https://www.climatecrisis.net/:D

SVOboy 06-24-2006 02:40 PM

Ah, okay, I remember now. I got an email about it since a friend and I screened a movie at our school that was somehow affiliated with this one. I will certainly have to check it the heck out.

thisisntjared 06-24-2006 08:36 PM

this is the al gore movie right? if so i want to see it pretty badly

zpiloto 06-25-2006 09:38 AM

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Originally Posted by thisisntjared
this is the al gore movie right? if so i want to see it pretty badly

Yes it is. It was only at our theater complex for 7 days. I don't know if it will be on DVD's so if it's showing better caught it when you can.

ketel0ne 08-01-2006 10:30 AM

I have never been a fan of democrats or Al gore or the whole green movement as a whole. My interest in mpg was strictly process and effeciency driven. I was a corp manager for GE for about 7 years, and dealt with 6 sigma and methodologies daily.

This movie is fantastic. It is a 100 minutes about global warming and if you think you know, you really don't know. The data is presented well. Al Gore is not in a demeanor or setting you would have ever seen him in. This is very personal to him and it comes through in every minute of the film. I will buy it on DVD the day it comes out and may see it a 2nd time in a theatre. There are even elements of the movie I do not agree with, or the data. That really is secondary.

SVOboy 08-01-2006 10:37 AM

Haha, a few weeks ago my gramma said "no one's going to tell me this global warming stuff is made up." I thought it was funny coming from her especially since she grew up in 100+ degree kansas during the dust bowl where you either slept outside or melted to death in the house. I still need to see it though, :'(

Matt Timion 08-01-2006 10:39 AM

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Originally Posted by ketel0ne
I have never been a fan of democrats or Al gore or the whole green movement as a whole. My interest in mpg was strictly process and effeciency driven. I was a corp manager for GE for about 7 years, and dealt with 6 sigma and methodologies daily.

This movie is fantastic. It is a 100 minutes about global warming and if you think you know, you really don't know. The data is presented well. Al Gore is not in a demeanor or setting you would have ever seen him in. This is very personal to him and it comes through in every minute of the film. I will buy it on DVD the day it comes out and may see it a 2nd time in a theatre. There are even elements of the movie I do not agree with, or the data. That really is secondary.

That's a great endorsement!

ketel0ne 08-01-2006 10:50 AM

One more thing that is kinda neat. The last trailer to run before the movie starts is: "Who Killed the Electric Car"


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