The post-premiere reviews are pouring onto the Internet, and Not Evil Just Wrong is a hit! People across America and around the world who understand that their jobs are in jeopardy because of global warming hysteria have heard the message of the film loud and clear.
Al Gore and Hollywood wanted nothing to do with a movie that exposed the lies in Gore's An Inconvenient Truth, but average Joes and Janes are thrilled that someone is finally telling the truth about environmental alarmism and its costs. "It was truly amazing being part of such a unique event," one man who viewed the movie over the Internet wrote at his blog, Black Hole Thoughts.
Here is a sampling of what people are saying about Not Evil Just Wrong:
Not Evil Just Wrong is the anti-Inconvenient Truth, not only because it exposes and rebukes the foundational premises of that film, but because it advocates humanity first, and nothing serves humanity better than morally checked, free-market capitalism. (See more reviews at Big Hollywood here, here and here.)
McAleer and McElhinney are accomplished filmmakers who put an important message into an easily digestible package. This film is an important step to breaking the false elitist consensus on global warming and arming skeptics with important ammo to ward off the hypocrites.
The American Spectator
It effectively makes its points, which are to illustrate how global warming alarmism and its anti-fossil fuel agenda will harm poor countries and their people, because it reduces their access to cheaper, more efficient sources of energy. It makes a mockery of the scientific methods practiced by the climate fear-mongers.
Not Evil Just Wrong puts a face on the story that Heritage economic modeling has been telling as it documents the story of working Americans who work for industries that rely on fossil fuels, which is a massive part of the nation's economy. (Heritage also posted video of the panel discussion that featured Ann and two experts from the movie, Richard Lindzen and Don Roberts)
The Christian Post
If the so-called "solutions" to global warming being bandied about by the U.N. and Congress are put into effect, they could severely damage the U.S. economy and absolutely devastate the economies of the world's poorest nations. ... Now that is a truly alarming claim. But I believe the film ... makes the case persuasively.
[The film] does a very admirable job of highlighting how high-profile climate-change activists have shot us in the foot. Enough with the over the top alarmist rhetoric already; it doesn't work, and it's too easy to discredit.
Right Side News
Viewers of the film ... watched in horror as bright young faces darkened when asked about global warming in their school classrooms. The chat among the viewers was noticeably hostile to this tactic and caused most to agree that Al Gore and his Climate Change Cult were evil AND wrong.
Poor Richard's News
Especially effective was the films exploration in to the devastating effects of Rachel Carson's Silent Spring. ... The contrast the film made between heart wrenching scenes of children dying from malaria and the nutroots environmentalists lamenting about DDT's supposed negative effects on birds was a home run.
The Legion Of Decency
Last night, what was screened for anyone who cared to watch, was a fairly persuasive argument that many in the Green movement either don't know what they are talking about or are trying to soft sell the enormous worldwide problems their agenda may create.
Rather than just critique Gore's film and come across as shrill, the filmmakers go to great lengths to demonstrate how incorrect thinking about the environment could have actually resulted in the death of millions of poor all over the world.
It is a very well made film that leads you through the whole process to a conclusion, without you knowing at any time exactly where you are heading. It is very clever.
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