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DVD Review: An Inconvenient Truth

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Saturday, February 24, 2007
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In preparation for the Oscars tomorrow, I wanted to see one of the Best Picture nominees at the theater today. Unfortunately, Marcus has a cold and didn't feel like going out so we stayed in and watched An Inconvenient Truth instead. It's one of those movies that I've wanted to see and knew I eventually would, but I was afraid it would be a little boring. I agreed to watch ten minutes of it if we could then turn it off and watch something else. Ten minutes in, I didn't want to turn it off. Everyone should see this movie.

It isn't as entertaining as March of the Penguins, and Al Gore isn't as animated as Michael Moore. Still, in my opinion, this is the most important documentary film. Climate change isn't a political issue, it's a human issue. It's much easier to just go on with our day-to-day lives and ignore the problem, but the very least we can do is understand and acknowledge what's happening.
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