Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed

Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed

Hosted by Ben Stein, this controversial documentary examines how pro-intelligent design scholars and scientists are often chastised, fired or denied tenured positions by those who believe in Darwin's theory of evolution. Nathan Frankowski's film explores how scientists who believe in God are oppressed and how the acceptance of Darwinism might have played a role in the formation of the Nazi regime.

Ben Stein examines the issue of academic freedom and decides that there is none when it comes to the debate over intelligent design. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed torrent reviews

Joe L (de) wrote: I didn't get to catch this in theaters which is a shame because it's one of the best comedies of the year. This movie is so charming and so funny I loved every second of it. It's such an original story with so much heart. The director used the characters and story in such a fun way. So glad there are directors out there making movies like this. Another one of my top 10 for the year.

Scott P (br) wrote: lightweight, but charming. I liked it.

Swingdancer K (it) wrote: Bill (Michael Sheen) and Kate (Maria Bello) hopelessly try to find some hint of an explanation after finding out that their only son committed a mass shooting at his university before taking his own life. They struggle numbly through the funeral, the media onslaught, and the awkward pity from relatives and friends. Their already strained marriage is tested as they realize all they have left with each other is their shared grief and confusion-and the unfortunate legacy of their son. This life-altering event forces Bill and Kate to face their feelings of guilt, rage, blame, self-discovery -and ultimately hope- so that they can finally see each other and their chance for happiness again with clear eyes. -- (c) Anchor Bay

Eddie G (nl) wrote: Part giallo homage, part avant-garde mood piece,

Jim D (mx) wrote: A good Doc worth watching

Leo K (kr) wrote: Artistic. Javier is a strong character, and Penelope is very fiery. Penelope brought the most character to this movie, while Javier supported and captivated quite well. The other 2 girls were complementary, but nothing more. An interesting love story.

Marcus G (ca) wrote: Scotch-swilling bigoted misogynist.

Cheryl W (jp) wrote: I thought that this was brilliantly funny! The dialogue, the characters and the acting are all so clever and original. I am mystified by the critical scores. It's one of my favorites!

mrBib i (mx) wrote: oubliez les 20 dernieres minutes et vous avez le film parfait.

John K (fr) wrote: I only ever seen this a couple times as a child, but rewatching it as an adult I realize this is honestly one of the greatest films Disney has ever made. It's cuteness knows no ends!

Beth M (au) wrote: I'm not a huge Chevy Chase fan, this is typical for him...

David P (es) wrote: I watched this last night for the first time in about 8 years and had forgotten what an excellent gangster-noir film this is

Andrey B (fr) wrote: A great piece of film making and a tremendous charachter study, played uniquely by young Jack Nicholson. A must-see film, with many beautiful and poetic scenes and contradictions.

Greg W (ag) wrote: #5 and final one its also really cool to see century city in it's beginnings

Devin C (it) wrote: The two main characters in this movie are both unadulterated assholes, making you hate both of them, and not give a crap what happens to them.and the ending where Bateman forgives McCarthy is one of the biggest, weakest, and most half-assed cop outs I've ever seen in a film.This movie is horrendous. Nothing about this movie is redeemable. Hell, even the trailer has better comedic timing than this trash.

Andrea M (us) wrote: I'm getting too old for this shit.

Alexander H (fr) wrote: found it really funny