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  • Actors: Ben Stein, Lili Asvar, Peter Atkins, Hector Avalos, Doug Axe
  • Directors: Nathan Frankowski
  • Writers: Ben Stein, Kevin Miller
  • Producers: John Sullivan, Logan Craft, Walt Ruloff
  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Studio: eOne Films
  • Release Date: Oct. 21 2008
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001BYLFFS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,861 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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As a research scientist, I often have to reflect on the epistemological foundations of my work. For example, the current narrative regarding the foundations of life and of civilization is that they are a product of haphazard forces that work according to basic principles that are essentially "there": random mutations, natural selection and survival of the fittest, random environmental circumstances that contribute to the former. A very important part of this theory is that it cannot be falsified: you cannot come up with a set of observations that will oblige you to set it aside - because the theory can always be modified (as it has) to accommodate new data (other than supernatural observation, which is not really considered). In sum, there is no intention or creativity anywhere. I have to admit to struggling with the idea that our world came from nothing and has no meaning, which is where this line of thought, when it is not accompanied by other ideas, inevitably takes us.

Enter intelligent design. I do not like the "explain everything" attitude of people from this perspective. But their attempt to integrate the idea that a creator exists with scientific observation is a step in a new direction. In effect, they ask a fundamental question: If it is more reasonable to conclude that a creator might be present, because of the complexity of the observations that are made, why not do that? An honest scientist, one who is not intent on discrediting the possibility of "God" at any cost, might do that. Many in history, after examining the heavens or the seas, or other aspects of nature, have come to these kinds of conclusions.
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This documentary shows how much things have changed from the times of "the theory of evolution" to "evolutionism" making it sound more factual. The only thing that evolved was how some people believe evolution is a fact. Good work Ben.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Farm Boy on Jan. 19 2013
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I like movies that make you think an encourage you to think, and promote the freedom of thought and free speech. This movie hit the mark!
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12 of 22 people found the following review helpful By J. Tupone TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 11 2009
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Ben Stein is an impressive individual - he's highly accomplished, intelligent and witty and has been involved in many diverse pursuits. While I admire him for sharing his views, no matter how controversial, he is a clearly biased individual. This documentary is packaged as a defence of free speech with regards to the intelligent design movement and many proponents of that movement being stonewalled for sharing their views in academia.

The film begins by discussing the backlash against ID advocates in the academic world and Ben Stein clearly views this as a violation of free speech and academic freedom; I don't necessarily disagree. He goes further though, in making an attempt to give credence to ID as a scientific theory (which is not according to US federal court & most scientists) by interviewing several proponents of ID. Many of the proponents are in fact scientists, while many are philosophers or sociologists.

This film, however, even goes so far as to blame Darwin's theory of evolution for the Nazi's views on Aryan supremacy, for the eugenics crimes that took place in many western countries in the early 20th century and for pretty much everything religious folks consider to be immoral (like assisted suicide, abortion, etc).

The one positive thing I can say about this film is that is reveals a great deal about the ID issue. It's a point of view that's difficult to find anywhere else. Several accomplished scientists who are ID proponents are interviewed in the film and are frank about their views on ID. Interestingly, a number of these proponents were originally going to testify on behalf of the defendants in Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District (the federal ID case that banned ID being taught as science), but chose not to.
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5 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Scott Plavnick on Nov. 7 2010
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Expelled shows scientists and journalists who have been fired for questioning the "consensus" of atheistic Darwinism. Then it interviews scientists who show that their research shows that Darwinism can't answer the questions of life. And then it concludes by showing states that have been built on Darwinist ideology, and enforced it with the power of a militaristic state.
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15 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Mary on May 19 2009
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Much information is false (Google for expelled exposed, for example), interviewees are misrepresented, and various claims are outright disgusting (like comparisons to the holocaust). The film's narrator/host is very silly, at times almost like he's trying to be like Michael Moore (shots of walking on the street, and a completely staged in front of a "live" audience), at others a prop (cut to Ben nodding or trying to look intelligent), and even worse, always trying to appear like he was working from the position of neutrality, when in fact, he was not.
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26 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Clement on Oct. 22 2008
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This is an extremely biased look at the so called intelligent design/evolution "debate".

The premise is that ID proponents are being discriminated against in the universities by "Darwinists". To do this they present a number of cases of alleged discrimination. Each of those cases has been thoroughly debunked on the Expelled Exposed site. They do not explain why the scientific community is seeking to keep creationism out of the classroom, nor do they present ANY evidence for why it should be considered alongside evolution.

Another major premise is that "Darwinism", or natural selection, was a key component and motivation in the Holocaust. While Nazi eugenics was a form of social Darwinism, to blame Darwin, or evolution, is completely absurd. Human's have understood and used artificial selection for thousands of years to create crops and livestock. The Nazi program was the result of a lot of things gone bad but to blame Darwin's idea is just wrong.

If you are interested in this topic and do plan to watch this movie please do read some of the articles on the Expelled Exposed site (google it) too.
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