What the Bleep!?: Down the Rabbit Hole
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The concepts of quantum theory and spiritual well-being originally put forth in the 2004 feature What the #$*! Do We Know?! are expanded upon in this extended version of the same film featuring a new opening, a variety of new interviews, and three new computer-animation segments. If audiences found themselves questioning anything and everything about the reality that surrounds them after viewing the original film, newly shot interviews with scientists Dean Radin and Dr. Masaru Emoto, as well as author Lynne McTaggart, help to put the previously presented information into a new context while… More
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 27%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Down the Rabbit Hole makes teen sex comedies, action-chick sci-fi and the other usual multiplex chum seem like high-minded discourse."
‑ Mark Olsen, L.A. Weekly
"A sequel for seekers, What the Bleep!? Down the Rabbit Hole is a lightning rod for skeptics and believers alike."
‑ Jeff Shannon, Seattle Times
"...not a sequel but...really more of a "special edition" of the original..., with enough extra material to swell its length to nearly two and a half hours... If you possess anything within yelling distance of a rational mind, you'll giggle mightily before"
‑ Andy Klein, Los Angeles CityBeat
"More talking heads, and a lot more Ramtha."
‑ Jim Slotek, Jam! Movies
"The film doesn't have an agenda, or make any kind of systematic argument as to how quantum physics likely will impact the 21st century. It just looks at the wondrous evidence and asks us to imagine the possibilities."
‑ William Arnold, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"... having sat through the entirety of this bulbous exercise in commerce, I did not come away uninspired."
‑ Rick Groen, Globe and Mail
"With a schlockmeister's showmanship, the directors have simply taken the old film, cut in other footage and outtakes, and re-released it as a different picture."
‑ Stephen Whitty, Newark Star-Ledger
"Only the truest of true believers would want to sit through it again."
‑ Sean Means, Salt Lake Tribune
"The goofy use of animated, Flubber-like blobs aping Robert Palmer's Addicted to Love video (by way of illustrating the irresistibility of desire itself) makes it hard to take the science seriously, which is the Bleep problem in a nutshell."
‑ Maitland McDonagh, TV Guide's Movie Guide
"By its very existence, Down the Rabbit Hole proves false its contention that focused human thought can manifest both internal and external change."
‑ Nick Schager, Slant Magazine
"While it does render scientific and philosophical principles in a highly accessible format, the film is nonetheless a real chore to sit through, especially in this version, weighing in at more than 2 1⁄2 hours."
‑ Frank Scheck, Hollywood Reporter
"It's like falling through the looking glass and finding yourself in the New-Age weekend retreat of your worst nightmares."
‑ Jan Stuart, Newsday
"You'd think after 35,000 years, a warrior spirit would learn to give an interesting interview."
‑ Phil Villarreal, Arizona Daily Star
"The new footage adds almost nothing and feels like a lame, double-dipping cash-grab."
‑ M.E. Russell, Oregonian
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