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  • Language: English, German, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (130 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0006UEVQ8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 100,350 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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138 of 148 people found the following review helpful By Phillipe Moritz on 11 Mar. 2006
Format: DVD
There is no denying this is a very interesting film, both in terms of content and presentation. I really enjoyed it and was fascinated by some of the ideas and theories discussed.
However, there are a few things you should know before watching this film.
Firstly, not all the facts are correct, though these are usually minor points (like the statement that humans are 90% water - it's closer to 60% for an adult).
Secondly, Not all theories and experiments described are explained fully - they are sometimes "edited" accounts that better fit the film, but are not entirely accurate.
Lastly, and possibly most important is the fact that this film was made by followers of Ramtha, and religion/cult following a 35,000 year old Lemurian warrior who is channelled through a woman called JZ Night (She is featured in the film).
There is wide speculation that this film may be "propoganda" for their faith.
I'm not suggesting that there's anything sinister at work, and the film is definately worth watching, but I think it's important to know who it is presenting these ideas, as the movie itself doesn't make it clear.
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74 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Janet Boyer on 17 Jun. 2005
Format: DVD
"In the beginning was the void teeming with infinite possibilities of which you are one." -the movie
If I could give only one movie to every person in the world, it would be a ground-breaking quantum fable titled What the Bleep Do We Know!?.
Part documentary, part narrative drama, and part visual hallucinogen, this is a film that blows the door off the metaphysical closet. Everyday folks are realizing that they are not alone in contemplating the nature of reality, exploring the convergence of science and spirituality, and yearning for something more to the human experience. In fact, What the Bleep filmmaker William Arntz felt that there were "millions of closet metaphysicians in America, just hungering for a movie like this." Movie industry insiders told him there wasn't a market for this kind of innovation, saying that he was committing "financial suicide". Fortunately for us, Arntz ignored their discouraging pronouncements-and this gem of a movie ended up becoming a box office phenomenon, largely by overwhelmingly positive word-of-mouth.
What the Bleep Do We Know!? blends interviews with scientists, neurobiologists, quantum physicists, and a 35,000 year old being with live action and wondrous special effects. Oscar winner Marlee Matlin plays a jaded photographer named Amanda who falls down a metaphysical rabbit hole. Through a series of mind-bending events, Amanda is forced to confront what she thought was reality-as well as the source of her boredom, anxiety, and self-contempt.
In light of quantum physics (which, in a nutshell, is the physics of probabilities), the filmmakers explore the concept of multiple realities existing at once.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. P. Gardner on 10 Feb. 2011
Format: DVD
Just watched this movie. OMG it is so powerfull and amazing. If like me you are a person lost on life's path, suffer with depression, and question your existance, then this movie is for you! I wrote a book On The Edge: Stepping Back From The Brink of Suicide about my life as someone who was in a car crash and nearly died. I came back from the dead so to speak, and I'm trying to understand WHY? This film yeilds a lot of things that fascinate me. It asks more questions than it answers, but is so thought provoking it wakes you up, opens your eyes to a bigger reality. It is a shame that so many people have not got 'it' and are unable to see the bigger picture of what is going on around them. I have been searching for years for answers, I don't think I can open my eyes any wider to this type of thing.

This is a must see film! A little 'out there', so if you are not of the open minded type, then don't bother. This will apeal to, Trekkies, Kabbalists, well anyone on a spiritual journey, which is all of us.

Now off to order the book...
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40 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Alejandra Vernon on 19 May 2005
Format: DVD
A blend of fact and fiction, with documentary footage combined with a film about a photographer whose life is being impacted by "other realities", "What the Bleep" works best as a documentary, with the plot sections being a bit labored, and really bogging down in a lengthy wedding sequence.
Many of the questions raised by those being interviewed are thought provoking, and explore the possibilities that quantum physics has brought to our universe. The theories are fascinating, as they imply that our inner world influences our outer world, rather than the commonly thought reasoning that we are creatures of our environment, but some the answers range from excellent to ludicrous. The biggest "red flag" entry in the nonsense category is the statement from Dr. Candace Pert, who claims that Columbus' ships were invisible to the natives because they had never encountered ships before, and were not able to see them until their shaman revealed them. It would be interesting to compare the size of the dugout canoes used by the natives, which were huge, and Columbus' ships, which were very small.
As psychiatrist Jeffrey Satinover states in his interview concerning reality, "Anyone who spends too much time trying to explain it is likely to get lost in the rabbit hole", and this is what tends to happen, including many cookie cutter responses on religion, and questionable theories on morality.
The good part of this film is that it challenges the meaning of existence, and if it leads anyone who has not already done so to ask "who am I and what am I doing with my life ?", and to further their knowledge of quantum physics, the film has been a great benefit, but there is a danger that the scenario of Dr.
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