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What the #$*! Do We Know!?

Starring Marlee Matlin, Armin Shimerman, Elaine Hendrix...  View more >

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Sep 27, 2004
This is probably the best movie EVER! a real eye opener... it should be mandatory viewing for the human race... not because of the cinematic virtues, it's the content, it's not political or preachy or self-absorbed, it could very well be the ultimate truth for us all....(pretty heavy, sorry).

Hopefully this will be the biggest thing to hit the planet (in a social way).

100th monkey, let's see you work your magic!
Oct 10, 2004
There\'s a lot of crap that you have to sit through here to get to the good parts. But there are good parts. Very good parts, actually.
Oct 16, 2004
About 6 professors - from medicine, to physics, to psychology - give their view of reality through the prisim of quantum physics. The professors pose significant questions. I especially enjoyed their take on those who don't go care about examining anything beyond what politicians, Madison Ave., etc. have defined as reality.

The physiology and chemical reactions in the brain which direct behavior was also an eye-opener. Marlee Matlin is especially effective as a character in the film who gradually becomes aware of the mulitude of choices that we all have.

The professors were from the physical sciences, yet posed questions that don't have hard answers. I enjoyed the observation about what lives are like which view life with more options.

A cinematic flaw in the film was the noise-music-flashing brain synapses. Enough already after about the fifth time. Other than that, few films ever come close to the depth in this film.
Oct 30, 2004
Genre- Comedy? This is a comedy? Oh, there were humorous moments, but this is not a comedy.

I had hoped the film would go deeper into the science and concepts of quantum physics. It went off too much on a spiritual tangent. I wanted more information where there was fluff.
Nov 14, 2004
Funny, original, delightful and thought provoking! Why isn't there more in the press about this terrific film?? From the hilarious wedding scenes to the interesting "talking heads" to the great character development, this film has a different but very real take on life! One of the best films i"ve seen in a long time!

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