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Religulous (2008) Movie Information

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Larry Charles


Bill Maher
Aki Nawaz
John Westcott
Reginald Foster
George Coyne
Mark Pryor





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A look at the strange, humorous yet completely serious world of religion as only Bill Maher can show. -- Chris Kavan

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Chris Kavan 08/14/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Whether you are religious or not, Bill Maher presents a valid, if rather broad, point of view. It's entertaining to be sure, but it only covers a small (and usually towards the extreme) part of religion. Still, it provides some food for thought, even if it's not as enlightening as it wants to be.

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This movie officially made me fall in love with Bill Maher. Very thought provoking and clever. He has great points...a movie I would recommend to anyone- religious or not.

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Zombified 12/29/2009 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Religulous was a good movie, hilarious, but parts of the movie left me feeling a bit offended. Don't get me wrong, I'm not religious by any means, but there was some jokes that Bill Maher presented that left me flabbergasted. Watching this film with my boyfriend, who was 100% atheist, was almost a bad idea. Since I believed in freedom of religion, and he called most religious people stupid, we ended up getting in a huge argument over the film. It was just crazy. That being said, as much as I liked the documentary, there was points where I didn't. Overall, Religulous was one of the better documentaries that I've watched, but there was better ways to go around presenting information like that.

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sapien 09/11/2009 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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It's hilarious and truthful. It's definitely a must-see for all non-believers.

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"Religulous" by Yojimbo

Comedian Bill Maher takes his smirking cynicism of religious dogma on the road and talks to various crackpots in this documentary exploring belief. Maher is taking up the standard of the likes of Bill Hicks as he mocks his way through the various modern faiths both great and small. Religulous is clearly meant more as comedy than documentary as his smirking, mocking tone when he interviews his victims is hardly the most objective starting point to a serious argument, but one could also argue that if any of these people had a logical leg to stand on they would be able to defend their beliefs from such impudent sarcasm. But they can't. Instead we see a bunch of "leaders" who do little more than continuously state and restate their outlandish tenets or merely figuratively stick their fingers ...

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