What tнe #$*! Dө ωΣ (k)πow!? (2004) (also transliterated as "What the #$*! Do We Know!?" or "What the Bleep Do We Know!?") combines documentary-style interviews with a narrative that presumes a link between quantum physics and consciousness. This category also covers the two extended cuts of the film in the DVD set "What the Bleep!? Down the Rabbit Hole, Quantum Edition".
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Drew's Script-O-Rama Dialogue Transcript
Dialogue transcript transcribed from screenplay and movie viewings.
IMDb - What the #$*! Do We (K)now!? (2004)
Cast/crew list and general film information.
What the Bleep Do We Know!? & What the Bleep!? - Down the Rabbit Hole
Official site for the film and its extended cuts.
Wikipedia: What the Bleep Do We Know!?
Encyclopedia with synopsis and information about production, promotion, reception, book adaptation, and featured individuals.
What the Bleep Does Ramtha Know?
"I'm just saying see the movie for what it really is: An expensively produced mishmosh of feel-good self-help babble, science, antiscience and outright untruth." By Jennifer Saylor. (August 21, 2006)
Far Out, Man. But Is It Quantum Physics?
"These films and the quantum mysticism industry behind them raise a disturbing question about the muddled intersection between science and culture. Do we have to indulge in bad physics to feel good?" By Dennis Overbye. [New York Times] [Registration required] (March 14, 2006)
Dance, Ramtha, Dance!
"'What the Bleep' is longer and loonier than ever before." By Annie Wagner. [The Stranger] (February 02, 2006)
What the Bleep Are They On About?
"Bernie Hobbs checks out the science behind the film's claims." [Australian Broadcasting Corporation] (June 30, 2005)
What the (Bleep) Were They Thinking?
"The film is a propaganda piece for a cult." [Skeptico] (April 18, 2005)
"A surprise-hit film has renewed interest in applying quantum mechanics to consciousness, spirituality and human potential." By Michael Shermer. [Scientific American] (January 01, 2005)
"Bleep" of Faith
"An indie film gets buzz and a big rollout. But 'What the Bleep Do We Know!?' uses questionable on-screen experts -- and appears to be an infomercial for a controversial New Age sect." By John Gorenfeld. [Salon] (September 16, 2004)
Roger Ebert Review
Rated 2.5/4. "It's more like a collision in the editing room between talking heads, an impenetrable human parable and a hallucinogenic animated cartoon." (September 10, 2004)
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