"Kenner is obviously a master of the documentary form…When (and before) the end credits roll, you will…feel a sense of outrage"
"This enthralling film… is as fascinating as it is horrifying."
"Robert Kenner's informative and infuriating new documentary ought to remind us that the denial of climate change is hardly a joke."
"surprisingly rollicking …a worthy follow-up to his 2008 Oscar-nominated Food Inc."
"a simultaneously entertaining and inciting expose of professional charlatanism"
"like a social-issues documentary by Samuel Beckett. You laugh as you contemplate everyone's doom."
"highly entertaining…An intelligent, solidly argued…takedown of America's spin factory…Kenner…[has] made [his] case with both intelligence and irrefutable style."
"a provocative and improbably entertaining documentary"
"A hundred hurrahs to filmmaker Robert Kenner (Food Inc.) for throwing back the curtain and exposing the liars who make sure our furniture is toxic, our climate change policies are hobbled and our cancer rate stays constant."
"entertaining as well as enlightening…makes a potent, urgent case against the merchants of doubt who play games with the planet's future"
"Kenner's filmmaking is fluid, frightening, and -- hopefully -- will wake up people to the hazards of punditry (or better yet, wake up the bookers of news shows)."
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