The 11th Hour

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  • Buy this, watch this, share this film
    Important information for humans to integrate into their lives. Don't stop here, though. This is just the tip of the iceberg. ...more info
  • Unfortunately no one saw this great film
    This film is leagues beyond the Al Gore film and does not have any politics riding it like a donkey either.

    Is the planet warming? Yes. Is man the cause? Not 100% sure. Should we be way more responsible with the environment regardless? You better believe it!

    This film is not just some scare tactic movie with charts and graphs guilting you into buying a hybrid car. This film brilliantly proposes a fundamental shift in humanities overall attitude and approach towards just about everything.

    I could not help think of Star Trek and feel hopeful for our future provided we stop fighting, come together as one people and see ourselves as a single race of humans on a single planet rather than a bunch of disparate peoples arguing over semantics while inefficiency is the norm.

    The future is now people. We can all change our ways almost effortlessly while saving ourselves money as well. Simple changes will collectively have a huge impact on the world and will send a powerful message to the business world that we want change for the better now.

    I personally have a very small car and have switched my home to energy efficient light bulbs. I also now use my own bags in stores when I shop. This has saved me money with little expense up front.

    No need to debate global warming. Making changes for the better is simply the right thing to do, and as stewards of this planet there is no time like the present....more info
  • A Must See
    This is such an eye opening movie. It truly is a must see, or we may not have much to see in the future....more info
  • Excellent viewpoint on conservation and ecology.
    There are so many nasty comments about this before it even comes out, what kind of people want to attack ideas before they even know what they are?

    I wanted to see this movie ever since I have seen the previews of it almost a year ago.

    This movie follows in the format of the documentary "The Corporation" in that is has brief interview excerpts from lots of very bright people all talking about what humanity is doing to the Earth.

    One focus in on temperature. Global Warming, Climate Change call it what you will, the concensus is explained to people in a way non-scientists can understand by scientists. One example is how the polar ice caps function to reflect some of the heat radiation from the Sun away from Earth out into space. As we warm the planet the polar ice caps melt and we lose this balance so that not only do we not reflect heat to space, we actually absorb more heat causing a positive feedback look. This system can push us past a tipping point from our nice comfortable zone of termperate stability into an unknown weather system that could conceivably take up to the extreme of our other to solar neighbors, Mars or Venus.

    Another focus of this movie is human population which we all know is a problem. The problem is explored in terms of the net energy use by our species and the need to "mine" stored solar energy in the form of oil/coal since we surpassed the number of humans the Earth can comfortably support living on current solar energy the way we used to live in non-technological times.

    Then some solutions are explored, and new terminology is explained. I have been familiar with these ideas and terms for a long time, but I was glad to see a well done popular explanation of them in documentary form that was not a political diatribe and in fact almost had a spiritual twist to it. Because that is what is going to be needed because as most scientists agree not only are we in the 11th hour, we are at the 59th minute of that hour and counting.

    Humanity has to move fast, and it has to do something it has never done before and may not be capable of doing, and that is to change our nature and act like the intelligent creatures we purport to be rather than the unthining animals who foul their nests and destroy their habitat.
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  • sigh - so promising but doesn't deliver
    This movie was billed so highly that I expected it to be riveting. Instead what I saw felt like lots of stock tragedy footage in quick view montage (think Baraka without the art) designed to evoke emotion. They don't let the "experts" share the exciting things they are up to and give a very stilted view of who these (mostly) men are. Considering this was basically a bioneers conference syllabus except with better visuals I think they left out some of the most exciting things afoot right now. ...more info
  • One word: Dissapointment ...

    Let me just give you some pros and cons, as that's what seems to work best in reviews for things like this:


    1. Well written, well produced. This is a pretty slick presentation.
    2. The running time is long enough to make a strong argument, but short enough to not put a casual viewer to sleep.
    3. The soundtrack was gentle, austere and not too over-dramatic which would've obscured the telling of the narrative.
    4. Leonardo DiCaprio, surprisingly, has a good voice for narration which isn't that bad to listen to, unlike other productions which can just turn a person away.
    5. A lot of the diagrams, charts and animations are incredibly overwhelming and informative. This is a cleaner presentation than what was done in 'An Inconvenient Truth'.
    6. The story presented flows well and is educational to anyone who hasn't yet heard any of this information.
    7. $4.99 at Target was a fantastic price. Nice touch.


    1. The strong endorsement of Biofuels, which is now a dead issue makes this DVD Documentary outdated, antiquated and seemingly foolish to have released without editing out. This drastically cuts into the credibility of this Documentary and thus a lower Amazon star rating. Leo is more of a victim of early adoption than anything, which is forgivable, but not something to overlook.
    2. Overpopulation is mentioned a few times in the documentary, just to make rebuttal to the other reviewers, but only briefly and in passing. Overpopulation is not something that was focused on, which probably should have been the opening segment. To be fair though, the subject of Overpopulation is not something that the media mentions a lot, so it's not a surprise that Leo would've also overlooked it, as he's more of follower with this production than a leader. And a populist rather than a modern thinker.
    3. There are many shots of Leo standing around observing the scenery in different locations throughout the World, which is something Orson Welles was fond of doing in his footage, but it just comes across as 'Where's Waldo', instead of adding to the narrative.

    There it is in a nutshell. Hopefully that helps. I was able to get through to the end, where I was greeted by Coldplay, but I doubt I'd watch it again. Maybe his next effort on this subject will be more carefully thought out, but equally crafted.

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  • Totally realistic coverage
    Absolutely good video to know what harm is being done to mother earth by one species called homo sapience. Not to miss this video....more info
  • This movie calls for life changing attitudes !!
    This movie can be said to be a logical follow-on to "An Inconvienent Truth", although it goes further. It calls on us all to assess our lives from an overall perspective, and make changes. Use of oil is just one of those changes. If we, as humans, are gonna make it into the near future, we, in the industrialized part of the world, are gonna have to make significant changes in our use of the world's resources, if we are to ever convince the Chinese, and other exploding new economies, to do likewise. Otherwise, our grandkids, or theirs, may live in a world that we dare not imagine. ...more info
  • Impressed
    I was expecting something more dramatic, but i guess we are better than i thought ......more info
  • A must-see
    This is a very well documented dvd. I loved it. I learned a lot of things about the environment that I didn't know....more info
  • A worthwhile and timely portrait of the world condition
    I used the 11th Hour in two classes I teach at a private high school in Denver, CO. I found it to be a beautifully put-together overview of the current world environmental situation, and also a very good introduction to topics of sustainability and progress being made in that direction. The students were both moved and stimulated enough to have one of the better follow-up discussions of the semester....more info
  • Best Nap of My Life!! (but my friend liked it)
    Don't see this movie unless the room is cold and you've got a lot of coffee at hand... and hard seats would come in handy. I didn't see much of it, just scientists trying to convince me to find real estate on another planet, but it just didn't grab me and I ended up sleeping through most of it.

    My friend said it was sort of interesting (though his mind wandered a bit) and informative and not one of the typical "The world is going to blow up and it is the Republican's fault" dumbfests you usually expect to see of this genre. Though he said he got some thing out of it, he did admit it was rather slow and he was envious of my sleep....more info
  • Face the reality!
    A very frank and good documentary on how bad shape earth is in and everyone has to do something NOW! Time is running out......more info
  • Review based on Blockbuster rental...never received DVD
    The movie itself was decent. I wish it would have gone a bit more in-depth into the current technologies and how we can assist their implementation. Maybe that's what the web site is for.

    However, I never had the chance to view the movie I bought from you because it was returned without ever reaching my door step, the one I watched was rented from Blockbuster. I don't know who you use for shipping, DHL perhaps, but you should strongly consider another service as this one has proven to be quite unreliable. I double checked all of the info I had provided to you and everything was correct on my end. Another product ordered within minutes of this purchase through a different Amazon vendor arrived on time without any issues to the same address.

    I guess I give Amazon the credit for auto-reimbursing me, but it happend the day I was supposed to receive the movie. It's still a bit confusing/frustrating why it is so difficult for a company to find my house, I live in the suburbs, not off on a dirt road with no street signs. Oh well.

    In closing, it's a decent movie worth watching, but for me the previews made it out to be much more impactful than it actually was. If you are aware of this topic, I feel that there was not a lot of new information. For those unaware of global warming,peak oil, etc I would guess it is quite informative....more info
  • Unconvincing
    It's tough for global warming believers (of which I am one). On the one hand, we have to present scenarios that make the everyday person recognize the scope of environmental problems, but not make the potential outcome seem so bleak as to discourage action. The 11th hour doesn't help much.

    While I guess it's a good idea to have scientists speaking for themselves, it's not so useful when all you get from them are a sentence or two--devoid of context and essentially serving as a plug for their pet issue. As usual, big business is presented as a "villain"--the issue of why businesses full of smart people would choose to completely ignore seemingly unchallengeable science avoided. The implication is that they are "greedy" ready to destroy the planet for that extra dollar. Not so convincing to anyone that's worked in big business.

    I've read things by most of the commenters that compose the film, and most of them have more depth to their ideas than is apparent here. Maybe it would have been better to have 5 people talk about their ideas in depth rather than 100 speak for 30 seconds. You essentially have to be a "believer" going in to the film or take them at their word. Wouldn't convince any smart person I know of anything....more info
  • Lacks the power of the subject matter...
    I was deeply disappointed after watching 11th hour. Having read positive reviews and a huge fan of Leonardo DiCaprio I was looking forward to a good documentary on global warming. Unfortunately this documentary failed miserably and is rather forgettable.

    The first of several problems that made this fail is the exectuion. Almost the entire film is nothing but interviews blended together and every so often intercut with scenic scenes. Yes this is a documentary but some of the interviews with scientist which were very vague or just plain confusing to the common watcher.

    The narration by Leonardo DiCaprio failed horrible due to once again very vague and hard to understand terms that made you zone out as he was talking. After listening to the interviews and then hearing the narration made you just want to shout "TELL ME IN PLAIN ENGLISH!".

    Another thing was there was nothing really new, after Al Gore's very informative documentary there was nothing new on Global Warming and the ideas for the future change is good but they are such big changes that need to take place you feel hopeless. Especially as even the interviewees admit many of the probelms are due to leadership/law issues with congress and the white house.

    Overall a HUGE disappointment, I give Leo credit for trying but unfortunately is was so poorly put together and almost feels purposely made uninteresting and dull....more info
  • 11th Hour Inspiration to go green with Leonardo!
    This movie is fantastic. Everyone should watch it and tell ten friends to do the same. The beginning starts out a little grim but that is because it talks about things that make us uncomfortable.... reality. However it is extremely informative and it explains what can be done and needs to be done to help restore our beautiful earth back to a healthy status again. It's time people start doing something rather than talking about doing something, hopefully Leonardo will inspire people to do just that, it worked for me. You will be proud you watched it!...more info
  • Terrifying, but also uplifting and motivating
    This is a wonderful and important documentary. The film is full of terrifying images and fascinating interviews from some great minds. But, luckily, it does not spend too much time making its case about our destruction. After getting the viewer sufficiently terrified, the film shifts its focus to the causes of the problem. The film also inspires viewers to go out and make a difference (and tells them how).

    Of course, comparisons will be made to An Inconvenient Truth, so I'll cover that too: it's clear that this project was always intended to be a film; it didn't begin as a PowerPoint presentation. It also doesn't waste time with a biography of it's narrator. But, most importantly, it's got a better mix of fear and inspiration; DiCaprio's film made me want to change the world....more info
  • Still have five minutes
    The movie is a powerful outcry to the passive behavior and disbelief that each of us can make a difference in saving our home, our planet, our children, and even maybe ourselves. We made changes to the climate almost to the point of no return. Only drastic change in our attitude, government policies, and actions can soften or slowly reverse these changes. The movie is a very vivid presentation of the above ideas. It has passion. It has life....more info
  • Someone is paying attention......Thank you.....
    Thank you Leonardo diCaprio and all those involved in making this film and bringing it to the people's attention. I live in Alaska, the effects of our warming planet is before my eyes every day. The sink-holes here (created by melting perma frost) are getting bigger, big enough to swallow trees and small sheds. I pass two glaciers on my way to Anchorage every month; For the past 15 years the glaciers that use to be very close to the road have receded back about ? mile. There is black mineral where glacial ice once stood; and for the past 10 years our politicians in Juneau have been telling people in Washington "there is no scientific evidence of global warming" (our Juneau politicians are in bed with the oil barrons) I ask you, does one need "scientific evidence" when the effects grow before our eyes daily? My fear has been that people outside (lower 48) would believe the politicians from Alaska. One of our city mayors is smarter than our politicians in Juneau; he invited some people from "outside" to come and see for themselves, the bare ground that has never been seen before. There are many more signs of too much warming. My Great Grandmother used to say "when there is no more land for them to take, they will take it away from their children." This film tells the truth about how the land is being stolen from the children. I was paying so much attention to the message that I did not notice the technical aspects of dialogue, staging, lighting, or any of that other stuff.
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  • The modern "Faces Of Death"
    Watching this was very depressing. Everything that has gone wrong in this world. Too much to think about and worry about. It is a chain reaction that will not stop. ...more info
  • Powerful mix of bad news & solutions.
    Many thanks to Leonardo for his contribution to this important film.
    Predictably, some commentators are always denigrating celebrities for sharing political views; but I'm glad he ignored the cynics. I'm also glad this DVD has been selling so well.
    Among the helpful moments of publicity "The 11th Hour" received was an appearance by Leonardo and the directors on the Thom Hartmann Radio Show (which streams). Hartmann is featured in the film, and has written many important books, including The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight: Revised and Updated: The Fate of the World and What We Can Do Before It's Too Late. DiCaprio thanked Thom for his inspriation, and he also mentioned the role that the [...] played in the development of this film. The Bioneers: Declarations of Interdependence The founder of the Bioneers, Kenny Ausubel, shares a lot of his insight in the film. And if people want to explore the solutions they are creating, I would highly recommend the DVDs of the Bioneers conference (not yet on Amazon, but available on the Bioneers website).

    A few other items to learn from and share:
    Everything's Cool - which goes into the ways in which the fossil fuel industry's PR agents have been misleading people.
    e2: Design Season 2 - part of an excellent PBS series on the sorts of solutions that are being employed.
    The Corporation - which features the CEO of Interface, Ray Anderson, who is a leader in "Natural Capitalism."
    The SRI Advantage: Why Socially Responsible Investing Has Outperformed Financially - people with investment dollars can help the green revolution along, while experiencing returns that usually beat the rest of the market.
    Sustainable Industries - packed with articles on solar, wind and green building developments.
    Building the Green Economy: Success Stories from the Grassroots - written by one of the founders of "Global Exchange" which is a sponsor of the "Green Festivals" that attract tens of thousands of people each year (along with many other smaller green gatherings taking place across the country).
    Plenty Magazine - a fantastic environmental journal with around 200,000 subscribers.
    Big Ideas for a Small Planet: Season 1 (2pc) - an award-winning weekly series aired on the Sundance Channel. ...more info
  • Answers!
    This movie was simply the best movie available about not only global warming but other important social issues contributing to our sick planet. It wasn't a "we have a problem" was a "we have the solutions" movie and they're all so easy to implement. The experts' commentary was so innovative, refreshing and hope inspiring it lifted my spirit in a way I didn't think possible nor was expecting to happen going into the movie. I honestly believed there was no hope for the human race until I watched this movie....more info
  • a warning worth sharing
    Humankind is unwittingly cooking itself alive --not unlike silly lobsters bringing themselves to a gradual boil in a murky kettle. This documentation of the immanent destruction of ourselves and other forms of life due to global warming is an other urgent call to action. Everyone should see it. Its impressively low price should make it highly accessible.

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  • Let's Stop Debating and Do Something...
    I would consider myself a community activist and try to do what I can to save the planet earth. But after viewing this film, it seems that I'm not doing enough. This documentary is based in science and provides easy to understand connections to the problems of the world and global warming. The problems are clearly stated, viable solutions are given and reasons why we (Americans) are not heeding the warning signs are discussed. Whether you are "green" or not this film is for you. It may change your mind (one way or another) on why you need to do more in saving the planet.

    As a political science professor, I use this film as part of a class project on grassroots change. The video does have a few moments of slow action or communication of fact and the wording describing who is speaking and what they do is too small to read. Even though I had a few students with moments of eyelid heaviness over all most stayed engaged. It was definitely worth 95 minutes of class time as the discussion that followed was extraordinary.

    We are in the 11th hour, don't sleep on making changes that will not only save you money but save our planet for the next generation. So let's stop debating and do something...
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  • The most IMPACT of any movie I have seen in 50 years!
    The 11th Hour

    This Leonardo DiCaprio film has had the greatest impact on me of ANY film seen in 50 years. And I consider myself a film buff. Its like Al Gore's Inconvenient Truth only much better. It should be required viewing in all middle schools. It should be required viewing by all adults who are not yet brain dead as the result of watching (climate change denying) mainstream TV.
    To all you doubters and deniers: keep on listening to Limbaugh and driving your 8 mpg gas guzzling SUVs. Eventually, (if pollution or lead poisoning hasn't killed you first) you'll admit I was right, but by then it will be too late! ...more info
  • A Must See Movie
    Although others I watched this movie with thought it was too long, I found that it had profound insights, elegantly expressed, and is well worth watching and discussing with family and friends. We are offering it, along with a panel discussion, to our congregation here in Los Angeles....more info
  • A 'must see'! We ignore films/messages like this at our own peril!
    This documentary on global warming, and other key environmental issues facing us (and the planet) is absolutely SUPERB! DiCaprio did a great job getting key scientists, professors, and other experts to expound on some of the key issues facing us vis a vis the environment. The moral and philosophical underpinnings of what we are doing to this planet, and what we can do to change it are not to be ignored as well. All in all, a very compelling film which EVERYONE should see! Well worth your time....more info
  • Presents Targets

    This film is the best of the bunch on the coming shutdown of human life on our planet unless humans cooperate, work together, and solve our probems of greed, envy, infantile self-interest, and lack of intelligent living. This film offers targets for those who have none, chances for commitment, and opportunities to do the most important work possible.

    As a grandfather, I thank DiCaprio for producing this film, an addition to a needed awakening of all humans who want this life giving planet to last a while longer. ...more info
  • Outstanding Work
    I received this DVD last week and could not be happier with the scope of the film and the diverse cast of experts used in the production of The 11th Hour. This was actually purchased as a Christmas gift for my 8 year old son, but I decided to show it also to my 12th grade Economics class as I wanted them to be aware of the issues involved with our continued wreckless destruction of our home, the Earth, and for them to understand that it will be on their generation to help come up with the ideas that may change our current course.
    In my opinion, The 11th Hour tells the story of the enviromental destruction of our planet in a constructive way. In other words, it sets up the current picture, but then leads the audience to think abouth how we could change the way we look at things so that we might be able to change to more sustainable ways of life in the future.
    I know this video had an impact on several students as I could tell that they were asking questions in a more concerned manner than usual. One student, who is very bright, but who has been brainwashed by the pro-oil lobby into believeing that global warming is not a real event, looked very flustered and defensive when he made derogatory comments towards the film. You could just see the question in his voice and on his face. At least he is considering that he might possibly be wrong and that, just maybe, he has been sold a line of bull by the right-wing Republican (Bushies/Fox News) establishment. ...more info
  • Apart from the urgency of the message,
    The 11th Hour is beautifully filmed. This is one of those 'if you only see one movie this year......" advisors. If you only see one movie in your life, see this one. ...more info
  • The 11th Hour
    As a prospective teacher, I bought this DVD hoping that I could use it in my classroom. I will definitely be using it. There are little problem solving bits that I can show in class that will help my students understand sustainability and all that goes with it. I'm excited to try it out....more info
  • Empowering and Thorough
    The 11th Hour is the most thorough and balanced assessment I've seen yet of the effect of human activities on the planet Earth. The well-paced narrative is shared by many authoritative voices, all of whom have taken the courageous first step of daring to speak up.

    The best thing about the film is that it leaves one with the sense that "we can do this". We can stop the insanely escalating motion of Man's destruction of their own habitat--our own habitat. This message is backed by very concrete practical actions to take.

    I first learned of Global Warming in 6th grade -- that was 44 years ago. It scared me then, and it has come to pass exactly as the scientists were predicting at that time "...if people don't change what they are doing".
    Now, finally, I understand what I have to do and how to do it. And I know there are millions of other earth-residents who are doing the same thing.

    Why watch a movie about it? Because the film inspires. I needed inspiration. As an addict of just about every kind of convenience, I needed positive motivation.

    Think of it this way -- positive change starts with the first step. Letting yourself get inspired (and helping to inspire others) is a pain-free first-step of self-discipline. After that, the rest starts to feel more like an adventure.

    Before I watched this film, I was without hope, but doggedly looking for a cause for hope. After watching this film, I am energized and looking forward to participating in the great awakening of humanity. ...more info
  • Factual & Hopeful
    The 11th Hour makes it all clear: we are simply a waste producing species-the only waste producing species-but not without hope. The little known discipline 'Biomimicry' offers one of the most sensible & exciting long-term solutions yet! And then there's Ray Anderson of Interface-the benchmark for a future! (and don't overlook the "Solutions" section on the DVD--key topics from the feature are explored in-depth...)
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  • A must see for awareness
    The "11th Hour" is a no-holds barred presentation of what we are doing to our planet and puts the responsibility where it belongs, with corporations leading us over the precipice. Those who are keeping their head in the sand and who are unwilling to acknowledge that they are leading destructive lifestyles should see this movie. It is scientific without being too complicated and has both beautiful and scary images, a must see. Unfortunately the corporations are providing lots of sand and people do not like change. If viewed this movie could change a lot of minds. ...more info
  • Sensless old hippie movie
    If you're one of those old hippie types looking for something to believe in, don't waste your money on this film man. The DVD is plastic. Bad for the planet.

    For everyone else - don't waste your money on this film - you can get free opinion and advise everyone, and that'll only cost what it's worth.

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  • some new insights for me
    I thought I knew what to expect from this film when I bought it but it was the little insights and bits I hadn't heard before that made it worth while for me--the concept of ancient sunlight, native American viewpoints on what we've done to the planet, and attempts to bring technology back to natural ideals.

    I would recommend it as a supplement to some of the other films on the subject of global warming....more info
  • Thanks to "The 11th Hour, the Big Truths are tough medicine but also an inspiration
    Do we have "all the time in the world"? We never do. The clock is ticking, and so live well. In this profound assemblage of sweeping themes and smart people, we are reminded how lovely, how lovable, how tragic and how complicated life is now on Planet Earth. "The 11th Hour" transcends the genre of environmental movie; it takes on LIFE as we know it. It is a collage, spliced together to great effect with a fantastic soundtrack, an homage to the globe as we know it today, in 2007. It may be the best human document of the year -- and even of the decade (we'll see). "The 11th Hour" brings together threads that in so many other works remain disparate. Here, the collective tapestry is compelling, tying together plants, animals, biodiversity, food, population, immigration, migrations of all sorts, global climate change, pollution, politics, religious strife, war, conflict, the human will and the human spirit and what it will take to counter these challenges, to reverse the tide of dangers we face.

    The selection of talking heads is stellar, and there are 55 interviewees cited in the credits, ranging from Stephen Hawking to Paul Hawken to Jerry Mander to Paul Anderson to Hermann Daly to one of my ultimate environmental heroes, David Suzuki, who, in my mind, provided several of the most evocative moments in the film.

    Perhaps the talking heads are not household names, but this is not a film of, by and for nerds. It may be of and by nerds, but it really is for anyone who loves the planet and is looking to connect with the best minds and the best innovations in which we may realistically base some hope for improving things soon and in the near future.

    Not all is gloom and doom in "The 11th Hour." The last third of the film is filled with a vast array of innovations that we can get going with now. They come by at a fast clip, so much so that after seeing the film once just a few days ago, I was almost immediately ready to watch it again. And perhaps that is the best compliment for any film, and especially a documentary. Could you watch it again? Would you want to? I think thousands of viewers will give a resounding "YES" to both questions.

    Surely, the added bonus features to be included on the DVD will add even more to the richness of the experience -- and the power of the messages, the insights and the WISDOM of "The 11th Hour."

    Thanks to Leonardo diCaprio for producing the film, but alas, it is because of diCaprio that it loses one star. His periodic narration is journeyman quality at best, not stellar, and strangely, his segments are shot in nice outdoor locations but poorly lit with subpar sound quality. Perhaps a more compelling narrator would have strengthened the film even more. But that is a small quibble in the big scheme of things, and this is an important work about the biggest of all things, so don't let any quibble stop you from getting a copy of this film to share with family and friends who care enough to pay attention and perhaps even, when it comes to our greatest challenges, to act for the greater good of all people and life on Earth....more info
  • Great Documentary!
    I thought I knew all there was to know about global warming and the environmental crisis, but this movie gave me a new perspective on the subject. It was quite inspiring. I just graduated undergrad with a BFA in Visual Arts and planning on going to grad school for architecture. Also, as I've grown up in Buras, LA at the mouth of the Mississippi River, I feel like I can make a difference for my community. But you don't need to have an architecture degree to make a change for the better, all you need to do is make the conscious decision that you will make more environmentally friendly choices. The statistics are quite interesting as well. One part mentioned how much it would cost to create a machine that'll do what nature already does for us for free (turning carbon dioxide into oxygen, etc.) And they also make it clear that we don't have to drop all our technology and become hunter gatherers wearing animal skins and holding spears again. We just have to redesign our technology to be more environmentally friendly. We have the minds and resources to do so, too. Watch this movie, it's only $5 and even comes in an environmentally friendly paper cover....more info


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