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Among this movies multitude of sins you can count quote mining (contorting notification from even Darwin himself), the blatant misrepresentation of it's supposed topics matter, evolution (which has nothing to tell about the origin of life), and the offensive recommendation that being an atheist denotes a lack of morality to the extent that we all harbour genocidal tendencies.Amazingly, the movie doesn't even bother to define what the terms 'Intelligent Design' (read: 'God Did It') or 'Darwinism' mean, most likely to deliberately muddy the waters and reframe the discussion as one of gratis speech rather than evidence vs. magic. In terms of propaganda, this was probably a shrewd transport on the part of the filmmakers because if they did now shed any factual light on the precepts of ID it would disintegrate like a vampire. To set the record straight the term 'Darwinist' is redundant. There is only the theory of evolution. It is not a cult of personality but rather a hard-studied scientific construct supported by the work of thousands of scientists over hundreds of years. Furthermore, it is a bit rich to create an emotive plea for gratis speech in terms of a 'level testing field' considering that religion has a less than stellar history in such matters. In science if you can't back up what you have to tell with evidence then it is of no test to the system. This uselessness is unintentionally (and ironically) embodied in Expelled as it is thick on rhetoric and wafer thin in terms of current substance.Plagued by dishonesty and misinformation throughout this movie lacks the very moral values of transparency and fairness it claims to promote (for examples check out the trivia on IMDb.com). As well as being hypocritical it is also type of cowardly. If you are going to create a documentary on this items at least have the integrity to tell what you now trust in instead of obfuscating the problems at hand and, frankly, lying. Folks deserve better which is precisely why rationalists balk at the concept of letting these people loose in the science classroom. Overall, having set the bar so low, I would tell that Expelled deserves to be looked back on by future generations and ridiculed and puzzled over in equal measure. 'Did folks really think like that?' I am scared so.
I am still waiting for a documentary that explains Clever Design in a method that makes sense and uses logic rather than wonderful leaps in fantasy. The thing is, I don't think that it is possible to explain Clever Design in a method that is logical and makes sense. I have read literally thousands of various theories, essays, letters, and papers all explaining all kinds of various theories behind Clever Design and none of them have made a lick of sense. Now, for those of you who don't know what the theory of Clever Design is, it is the chance that the reason why we are here is because God had crafted and allowed his globe to morph and form into the globe we have today. Darwin's theory of Evolution, on the another hand, is the chance that humans are decedents of another forms of evolved forms of living beings based on millions of years of research based on bone formation, Pre-evolutionary concepts, and fossils. I was raised a strict Christian. When I was younger, I read the bible daily. I would pray each morning, night, and afternoon, I taped passages from the Bible to my notebooks in school, and I was everytime said about the nice things that Jesus did and said. I everytime dressed in a suit and I everytime recited the bible and lived by the life lessons that I read about. Whenever life got really rough, I stuck by my faith and stuck through all the complications knowing that Jesus would have done the same in his unlimited patience and understanding of human behavior. I should argue that I've read the bible more than any religious person I know. It wasn't until I took the time to learn things from a separate perspective that I learned of the Clever Design theory. Upon reading this, I slowly came to realize that my concepts about how the world was created and how the humans came to be were fully nonsensical. I desperately searched for some method around the Clever Design theory and only grew more confused. I began to have religious mates who said me that everything in the bible about what Jesus's feelings about terrible folks and gay folks was wrong and that they were all sinners. I slowly came to realize that they couldn't be sinners as they were just being themselves. I met so many religious folks with varied opinions and concepts about the bible. Maybe it's because I wasn't a kid who was sheltered by his parents, was constantly lied to about the bible, and had to go through home school, but I lost my faith and became an Atheist. Anyway, I've been trying to search something about Clever Design that is scientifically feasible. I was hoping that EXPELLED: NO INTELLIGENCE ALLOWED would spell it all out for me, but instead, it deeply offended me. Instead of explaining to me anything honest about Clever Design, it misquotes, misinterprets, and straight out lies about the Darwinist theory. It uses the Darwinist theory as the theory that has led to Abortion, Atheism, Murder, the Holocaust and the Nazis, and fascism. These are all things that should be proved wrong by anybody who paid any attention in History class, knows anything about religion, and uses common sense. So, as a effect of it's lies, misquotations, and misinterpretations, it becomes straight out propaganda. Propaganda is something that I am highly vs and something that I feel has done nothing but poisoned the human race that is capable of so much. To me, propaganda is as weak as a person can go in film-making. So, not only do I not suggest this movie to anybody who believes in the theory of evolution, but I also don't suggest it to the respectable folks who trust only in Clever Design, for it is dishonest, cheap, and repulsive. It is a disgrace to call this a documentary. It is a disgrace to call this film-making. I do not blame narrator Ben Stein, director Nathan Frankowski, or renowned Atheist Richard Dawkins. I blame the folks who create up such nonsense and misappropriates all of the men, women, and kids who have died as a effect of religious dictatorship. As of now, this is the worst movie I have ever seen.Pros: -the movie has a sense of humor -some interesting interview footage with scientistsCons: -This movie commits a number of documentary movie making sins! This movie is a excellent example of how not to do a documentary. Student filmmakers take notes -most of it's claims based of scientists and Darwin being religious are irrelevant considering what the movie is about -the movie is dishonest and misleading in that it uses Hitler and the Holocaust to slander the folks who trust in the theory of evolution -the filmmakers test melody by John Lennon and The Assassins among others out of context and in a non justifiable method -the attempt to connect religious theory versus evolutionary theory with politics is not only inappropriate but also poorly conceived as well. -there is no rhythm, strategy, or effort place into the research displayed here. Anybody with a computer, the internet, and a keypad can search out why the filmmakers are lying -the movie is, at the end of the day, propaganda, and anybody with any sense of current human morality and sympathy are going to not like this movie very much
I don't know if this film should even be considered a legitimate documentary. The film is filmed with interjected scenes of Nazi fight camps while the interviews are taking place. Apparently Ben Stein blames the holocaust on science and uses this to help his view vs evolution. The whole "documentary" is misleading, he rarely shows any subtext of who he is talking to or create mention of any of their accreditation. Ignoring this, Ben never now makes any true scientific points at all during the whole film. He never even stumps or even makes it appear that he has stumped a scientists anywhere in this film.Apparently, Mr. Stein's whole objective of this movie is to convey no true science (not there there is any in ID to start with) but rather to preach out about gratis speech and how we could "teach the controversy". However, there is no true controversy, the "controversy" was already sorted out decades ago. I guess this means we could teach alchemy AFTER the discovery of chemistry because some backwards, ignorant, bronze age folks from a time capsule still think alchemy is viable science.Creationism's explanation for the unexplained is that of supernatural. However, by definition supernatural is unknown. So what the movie is really telling is: we cannot explain X with actual knowledge, therefore, X = supernatural = unknown (why is there a middle term there?). Just because theory A may not explain X does not mean that theory B automatically explains X.Disregarding everything that I have mentioned above, the film is still directed poorly, uses cheesy clips and doesn't flow well.It is a poor and misleading movie.
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