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Kittypuff 2 years ago
VERY entertaining. Hilarious but also makes you question religion. Loved it.
emilio murillo over 4 years ago
Its message is clear. Maher is a clever man. But (dah) religious people blindly reject him
Gavin Klein over 4 years ago
Love the message it sends but it can get boring at moments, as do most documentaries
Tara Moser over 4 years ago
try to understand the plot of the movie.
Michael Cole over 4 years ago
Bill repeats the same obvious arguments against religion without an in-depth discussion
Jordan Feurstein over 4 years ago
Not much of documentary... but its a really funny extension of Maher's stand up comedy.
Neil Cooke over 4 years ago
I find this sort of doco(?) as useful as the subject matter itself. Why bother?
Carl Watson almost 5 years ago
Makes some great point but suffers in places from trying to interject humor. Wrong Crowd!
Randi Steers 5 years ago
Witty, intelligent; a must see, envelope-pushing film on the ridiculousness of religion.
Ferşat Özçelik 5 years ago
not bad. not an academic documentary.
Jacqui Hocking 5 years ago
self indulgent. Which is a shame 'cos I was really looking forward to it...
Mark Cooper over 5 years ago
I have little use for Maher; this doesn't help.
Kefiloe over 5 years ago
It's interesting, but didn't really present me with anything new to dwell upon.
Gideon Surus almost 6 years ago
Good enough, falls short on depth, originality, and mainly empathy on easy targets.
Colleen almost 6 years ago
Holy shit, is Maher obnoxious in this film.
Fabio Vanegas almost 6 years ago
Excelente documental donde Bill Maher busca demostrar lo perjudicial que es la religion
Dylan Clites almost 6 years ago
It's definitely biased, but this movie will change your life. Or at least it did mine.
Niklas Pivic 6 years ago
Funny, yet skewed towards attacking islam (where christianity should also have received).
James T Kirk 24 days ago
Religulous (pronounced /rɨˈlɪdʒʉləs/) is a 2008 American comic documentary film written by and starring comedian Bill Maher and directed by Larry Charles. The title of the film is a portmanteau derived from the words "religion" and "ridiculous"; the documentary examines and mocks organized religion and religious belief. A range of views on various world religions is explored as Bill Maher travels to numerous religious destinations including Jerusalem, the Vatican, and Salt Lake City, interviewing believers from a variety of backgrounds and groups. These include a former member of Jews for Jesus, Christians, Muslims, former Mormons, and Hasidic Jews. He travels to Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, London, where he "preaches" Scientology beliefs. Maher said he used a fake title "A Spiritual Journey" for the film to obtain interviews. Creationist Ken Ham of the non-profit group Answers in Genesis, who appeared in the film, was critical of what he called Maher's "deception" to obtain the...
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