What The Bleep Do We Know!?

by M. Polier

WHAT THE BLEEP DO WE KNOW!?/ROADSIDE ATTRACTIONS

U.S. Release Date: APRIL 23, 2004   –  Dave and I just downloaded from Netflix and watched this on April 20, 2012.

DIRECTOR: WILLIAM ARNTZ, BETSY CHASSE, MARK VICENTE

STARRING: ·  MARLEE MATLIN, ELAINE HENDRIX, BARRY NEWMAN

PROS

  • Applies the laws of physics to thoughts, emotions, our lives and relationships.
  • The leading minds in science and metaphysics tell us in certain terms how uncertain everything we know, see, feel and touch is – and how to harness that uncertainty to create love and unlimited possibilities for ourselves in this life.
  • Could have lasting take-home value!  I can’t wait to further investigate the work of many of the featured experts.

CONS

  • Esoteric.  Not for the terminally logical.
  • Provocative.
  • Way out there.

FINAL VERDICT:  Makes for provocative discussion.  I want to see it again.  Good for expanding consciousness and for kick starting you into a gear from which you will begin to think out of the box in terms of possibilities for your life and relationships.  Recommended.

QUICK QUOTE!

Title card: [first title card] In the beginning was the Void
Title card: [second title card] Teeming with infinite possibilities
Title card: [third title card] Of which you.
Title card: [fourth title card] Are one…

Fred Alan Wolf: “What I thought was unreal, now for me… seems in some ways to be more real than what I think to be real… which seems now more to be unreal.”

Ramtha:  “How can any carbon unit on Earth, in the backwaters of the Milky Way – indeed, the boondocks – possibly betray God Almighty? That is impossible. The height of arrogance is the height of control of those who would recreate God in their own image.”

DAVE SAID, “Did that actually play in the theaters?  It was so esoteric.  I wonder who funded something like that?”

Complementary Food: Wedding cake and or any food you are addicted to!

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