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Christopher McLean over 4 years ago
fan of the podcast but I thought the movie missed the mark. Short of both depth and focus
Fernando Olivas over 7 years ago
TIL: I should bribe my kids as early as preschool.
Anton Dahl Andersen over 7 years ago
Didn't learn anything. I don't think it was a good use of my time.. Good animation, though
Sydney Shaw over 7 years ago
Good film, some interesting questions. Lots of case studies, some are a little too deep.
Dylan Clites almost 8 years ago
A little bit of a mixed bag. More like a couple TV episodes than a coherent movie.
Andrew Cooke 8 years ago
Joe Owens 11 months ago
Ross Stewart over 1 year ago
Azure Cerulean over 1 year ago
Carrion Fields over 1 year ago
John Weiner over 1 year ago
karisimby 2 years ago
Abigail Keller over 2 years ago
J How over 2 years ago
Molly Flanagan over 2 years ago
klmall over 2 years ago
Jeff Brach over 2 years ago
Jacob Tanner Wood almost 3 years ago
Freakonomics: The Movie is a 2010 documentary film based on the book Freakonomics by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner. The film had its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2010, with a theatrical release planned for later in the year. Freakonomics is a documentary featuring Steven D. Levitt, a well established economist, and Stephen J. Dubner, a polished writer. This documentary explores human behavior through unique research to say the least. "Cheating teachers, bizarre baby names, self-dealing Realtors, and crack-selling mama’s boys..." are some various topics covered throughout. Freakonomics takes on controversial topics heads on with in depth studies and analysis.
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