What the Bleep!?: Down the Rabbit Hole

What the Bleep!?: Down the Rabbit Hole

Interviews with scientists and authors, animated bits, and a storyline involving a deaf photographer are used in this docudrama to illustrate the link between quantum mechanics, neurobiology, human consciousness and day-to-day reality.

Interviews with scientists and authors, animated bits, and a storyline involving a deaf photographer are used in this docudrama to illustrate the link between quantum mechanics, neurobiology, human consciousness and day-to-day reality. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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What the Bleep!?: Down the Rabbit Hole torrent reviews

C b (us) wrote: Having spawned 5 movies since 2002, all of which have hit the big screen, one could assume that the Resident Evil Franchise is a runaway success. Except, at some point it got diluted and that watering down continued in Resident Evil: Retribution. Sure, even at the young age of 37, Milla Jovovich still has a ton of sex appeal but that only takes you so far. Retribution brings back some familiar faces including Michelle Rodriguez and Oded Fehr but their parts are wasted and pointless. With an overdose of CGI, explosions and mutated monsters, you wonder what's the point of it all? Yes, Retribution can draw parallels to a video game format where the protagonist has to make it through levels but....so what? Whats, the, point!?Paul W.S. Anderson has been at the helm of some entertaining features however one can't help but feel that he fell asleep behind the wheel of Retribution or got really lazy. I'm not sure even the most die-hard resident evil fans would be giving this two thumbs up. This is one to miss.

Nick S (ca) wrote: A nicely paced and interesting film, set in a moody Dublin car park. Certainly better than a lot of the latest Hollywood 'blockbusters'

Brian G (br) wrote: Top notch bio on the life of excentric maverick music writer producer Joe Meek who wrote & produced The Tornados hit Telstar.1st British pop song to hit #1 on the U.S charts.A story so incredible it`s almost unbelievable!

Darren M (ru) wrote: poor but the alien effects are rather decent

Tony B (ag) wrote: Wankalogically speaking its worth a watch with the volume off.

Paul D (ca) wrote: The performances do make this watchable, but the redemption storyline is light-weight and for the most part lacking depth.

Jess (ca) wrote: GREAT! This movie is very offbeat. This guy has lived in 49 different homes with many different roommates. Although a few of the same keep sticking around and seem to show up at the least expected times. Very Different, Very needed.

Leo L (mx) wrote: Cute! I remember this from when I was younger. LOL

Sam M (ag) wrote: Very funny and quite forgotten.

Steve J (us) wrote: This one's a real downer, but it contains an amazing performance from Diane Keaton as a repressed girl from an Irish Catholic family who throws herself into the hedonistic world of cruising in late 1970s San Francisco. She rents a seedy, bug-infested apartment and begins picking up dangerous men. Gradually, her life begins to unravel. The film isn't without flaws, but the excellent performances (especially Keaton) ensure that it is compelling from start to finish. Keaton is to be commended for taking such a risky role, which even today would give many actresses pause; this is about as far from Annie Hall as you can get!