The God Who Wasn't There
The God Who Wasn't There (2005)

Former fundamentalist Christian Brian Flemming places the core concepts of his former religion under the microscope in a documentary that attempts to do for religion what Morgan Spurlock's Super Size Me did for the fast-food industry.… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: September 6, 2005
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Pablo Villaça
Cinema em Cena

Embora exiba um amadorismo ocasional em seus aspectos técnicos (especialmente em seus gráficos e na narração) e seja curto demais, o filme defende sua tese de maneira interessante e articulada.

David Cornelius
Hollywood Bitchslap

Its arguments are too thin as seen here on their own... but it will get people thinking, talking, arguing.

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Keith Breese

You can argue all these "facts" until you're blue in the face but there is one truth about religion that Flemming seems to overlook: the facts don't matter

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Spencer S.
This was a good start to something bigger, but alas this documentary is not up to par with its successor "Religulous." This was trying really hard to… More
Byron Brubaker
Where to start? I loved this and think more people should see it. Well illustrated points about the historical inaccuracy and mythical adoption of the Jesus… More
Ginny  X
Okay, this couldve been better if he didnt go about trying to be all radical in the end. I liked it, oh and that part with The Slammin of the Christ, referenced… More
Marion Ravenwood
The narrator starts off with a list of bad people who were christian, criminals and killers come in all faiths. Blaming Christianity for the problems of the… More
James Alvarez
If you believe in magic and or myths you will most likley hate this doc and say that its something Satan created to test you.
Timothy O'Brien
I would have done this differently, but it is an excellent indictment of religious fantasy.